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Omega 3 and Multivitamins

What is Omega 3 (fish oil)

Fish oil is a well-known term that is often used to describe two well-known fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). These fats are mainly found in oily fish, animal products and phytoplankton. EPA and DHA are involved in various processes in our body.

For whom?

Anyone who does not get enough Omega 3 fatty acids from their diet. In addition, athletes need a higher intake.


  • Helps with high blood pressure – Miller et al. (2014)
  • Antihypertriglyceridemic – Zulyniak et al. (2013)
  • Helps with heart rhythm disorders – Metcalf (2008)
  • Helps against inflammation – Kremer (2005)
  • Helps with depression – Sublette et al. (2011)
  • Helps with the anabolic signal in the elderly – Smith et al. (2010)
  • Can help with weight loss – Noreen et al. (2010)
  • Can help with strength and muscle mass.

Recommended quantity?

300-1800mg per day.


Are you someone who does not have enough time to cook daily, eat healthy meals or has difficulty eating enough?

Then taking a multivitamin can be a good addition to your diet. This allows you to maintain certain nutrients, vitamins and minerals, if you cannot immediately get them from your diet.

Vitamins and minerals are essential for the body. It is important that we consume these daily so as not to compromise the proper functioning of our body.

The basis remains a healthy diet, but if this is not possible due to various circumstances, taking a multivitamin can certainly prove useful.

For whom?

Anyone who wants to be sure of the basic intake of vitamins and minerals. People with specific dietary preferences or who exclude certain food groups may benefit additionally from taking a multivitamin.

Recommended quantity?

2 capsules per day.


Use Omega 3 and Multivitamin in combination with a healthy and balanced diet.


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