Enzymatic Therapy Eskimo-3
Why take fish oil?
Omega-3s are an important - but often missing - element of the American diet.
The Omega-3s in fish oil support:
Quality fish oil provides benefits you can rely on with peace of mind.
With a quality fish oil supplement, you can get all the benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids from fresh fish, without potential exposure to mercury and other heavy metals.
Why take Eskimo-3?
Eskimo-3 is safe, effective, and proven.
Up to 10 times more stable than 4 leading U.S. fish oil products. It has been the subject of more than 120 scientific reports.
Eskimo-3 is eco-friendly.
Eskimo-3 fish oil is obtained only from non-endangered species of fish. These Omega-3 fish are harvested from the cold waters of the north Pacific in areas not subjected to over-fishing.
Eskimo-3 - unlike many other fish oil products - has the natural ratio of EPA and DHA.
Other products have artificially concentrated amounts of EPA and DHA, which makes them unstable and can cause them to go rancid.
Serving Size: 3 Softgels
Calories ... 15
Calories from fat ... 15
Total Fat ... 1.5g
Saturated fat ... 0.5g
Polyunsaturated fat ... 0.5g
Monounsaturated fat ... 0.5g
Cholesterol ... 5mg
Eskimo-3 brand Fish Oil provides omega-3 fatty acids including 210-270 mg EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and 130-175 mg DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) ... 1.5g
This product does not contain:
This product contains natural ingredients; color variations are normal.
If taking prescription drugs, consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use.
Product of Sweden.
Certified Kosher and Pareve.
Used only for medical reasons.
Free from detectable levels of mercury, lead, cadmium, and arsenic.
Gelatin, vegetable glycerin, mixed tocopherols (antioxidant), natural lime flavor, natural rosemary flavor, soy lecithin, and ascorbyl palmitate (antioxidant).
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Eskimo-3 kosher?
Eskimo-3 contains fish oil, which is a food source that may be utilized when following a kosher diet. It does not contain ingredients from crustaceans, which are NOT permitted in kosher diets.
This product is also in a bovine source gelatin capsule. Because the cattle were slaughtered according to Jewish law (shechitah), the gelatin is kosher. Therefore, the Eskimo-3 is considered kosher.
How much cold-water fish would I have to eat to get the amount of Omega-3 fatty acids in Eskimo-3?
You would need 2-4 servings of salmon or trout per week, or 9-18 servings of halibut, cod, and/or tuna to meet the suggested minimum intake of essential fatty acids.
What type of fish are used in Eskimo-3? How are they harvested?
Enzymatic Therapy is committed to the sustainability of the planet`s resources. Eskimo-3 is obtained only from non-endangered species of cold-water fish (herring fishes, including anchovies and sardines) harvested from areas not subjected to over-fishing.
Not only are fishing times limited to certain days and certain seasons dictated by federal authorities, but the fish population is closely monitored on a continuous basis. During open fishing seasons, official quotas are established and each fishing vessel is audited. Each vessel must be registered and equipped with a GPS (global positioning system) transmitter to ensure accurate tracking. These measures help ensure that the fish populations stay at sustainable levels.
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