NutraOrigin Omega 3 Review
What You Should Know
NutraOrigin Omega 3 is a fish oil supplement that is the manufacturer’s best selling product. People take Omega 3 supplements for the benefits of the fatty acids it contains. Claims concerning these benefits include cardiovascular, cognitive function, and mood improvement.
Beware of the NutraOrigin free bottle offer. Several customers have lodged complaints that relate stories of biting on the free offer line only to find out later they have agreed to purchase more supplements on an automatic shipment basis. In some cases, the company has automatically charged a customer who signed on for a free sample for several shipments at $26.99 per bottle. Be sure to read the fine print thoroughly before making any order, even for free products.
List of Ingredients
Fish oil, containing eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), decosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and other Omega-3 fatty acids, gelatin, glycerin, mixed tocopherols, anchovy, mackerel, sardine, purified water.
NutraOrigin markets its Omega 3 supplement as being “ultra-purified” and “molecularly distilled.” The company states that this purification process delivers a high-potency concentration of healthy supplementation without the fishy flavor you might expect.
NutraOrigin is a Hyde Park, New York based manufacturer of health supplements whose self-stated mission is to operate under “the highest standards of ethics and integrity.” NutraOrigin also guarantees the purity, potency, integrity of formulation and strict follow-through on all label claims.
- NutraOrigin provides a certificate of analysis
- Few non-active additives make a purer product
- Highly concentrated formula provides higher doses of EPA and DHA than comparable products
- None of NutraOrigin’s claims of benefits are FDA tested or approved
- The company’s auto-ship program may not be your preferred purchasing method
- Super-concentrated formula may deliver more than your system needs or can tolerate
NutraOrigin’s lists possible benefits of its Omega 3 supplement as including the promotion of healthy aging, joint health, improved bone mineral density, enhanced cognitive function, enhanced eye health, healthier pregnancy, mood boosting, the support of normal heart rhythm, maintenance of blood viscosity, support of mental health, support of weight loss, and helping you to feel full. None of these claims are endorsed by the Food and Drug Administration.
One way to glean any benefits from fish oil is to include cold water fish such as mackerel or salmon in your regular diet, thus enjoying the nutritional benefits as well.
If you do decide that Omega 3 supplements are the best way for you to provide your system with the fatty acids you need, you will pay just under $30 for a one-month supply of the NutraOrigin Omega 3 product, a cost that does not seem to be exorbitant alone, but when you consider the combined costs of all the health supplements you purchase, may be an expense you could put to better use in enjoying of a fresh fish dinner a few times per month.