Have you had your
You know you're supposed to eat more fish. Especially Salmon.
It’s packed with the Omega-3s (including EPA and DHA) and other nutrients you need for a healthy, balanced diet. But what if you’re unfamiliar with cooking fish? Or you have a house full of picky eaters?
Taking Pure Alaska Omega is an easy choice.
Pure Alaska Omega salmon oil delivers the full spectrum of Omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins A, D & E and antioxidants—the natural compounds similarly found in fresh salmon.
So if fresh Wild Alaskan Salmon is not on the menu tonight, choose the next best thing: Pure Alaska Omega.
Salmon is essential to a
The American Heart Association recommends eating at least two 3.5 oz. portions of cooked fatty fish, like salmon, per week.
Are you eating enough seafood? Fish, oily fish specifically, is a good source of Omega-3 EPA+DHA fatty acids. See if you are getting enough omega-3 EPA+DHA by taking a short quiz provided by our friends at GOED.
For your Omega nutrition, we believe Pure Alaska Omega salmon oil is the closest alternative to eating fresh fatty fish daily. It’s made from only wild-caught Alaskan salmon, and cold-pressed to shield the oil from damaging high heat. This protects the integrity of the fatty acids and other heat-sensitive companion compounds, which are found in oily fish like salmon.
Omega nutrition as nature intended; Pure Alaska Omega Wild Salmon Oil delivers fatty acids from salmon to you in their natural triglyceride (nTG) state.
No refining, molecular distillation, purification, or esterification steps are utilized in making Pure Alaska Omega Wild Salmon Oil. This natural and unrefined fish oil, compared to refined pale yellow fish oils, maintains a unique amber/orange color and pleasant salmon taste and smell.
Fats in nature are found only in natural triglyceride (nTG) form. Refined ethyl ester (EE) fish oils are man-made and do not exist in nature.
EE fish oil creation starts by removing the natural glycerol fatty acid backbone in order to concentrate fatty acids (EPA & DHA most commonly). Ethanol—ethyl alcohol—replaces the missing glycerol to attach the newly concentrated fatty acids back together.
Wild Alaskan salmon have provided natural triglyceride Omega fatty acids to healthy diets for generations.
Is your fish oil nTG?
Supportive but not conclusive research shows that consumption of EPA and DHA Omega-3 fatty acids may support heart health. Other potential benefits include:
Supports healthy cognitive function
Supports normal visual development
Supports normal brain development
supports heart health
Supports healthy triglyceride levels
Helps maintain healthy blood pressure
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. As with all diet and supplement regimens, please consult with your physician before taking this product.
The fish everyone is talking about
Alaskan salmon swim and feed freely in the cold, clean waters of the Northern Pacific Ocean. Their pristine habitat means they are naturally low in pollutants and heavy metals such as mercury.
These health treasures of the sea contain protein, vitamins, minerals and heart healthy Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, which are found in oily fish like salmon.
So make Wild Alaskan salmon a regular part of your protein routine.
"Pure Alaska omega salmon oil is a great alternative to eating fresh fatty fish daily"