Omega 3-6-9 Review

Editor's Review: 2.7 / 5.0

Omega 3-6-9

What You Should Know

Omega 3 and Omega 6 are essential fatty acids, which means the body cannot make them on its own and they must be derived from food sources. Omega 9 is a non-essential fatty acid, which means that while the body needs it for optimal health, it can be produced by the body and does not need to come from food sources.

List of Ingredients

Omega 3-6-9 contains Omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids the body needs in order to be healthy. Many different companies produce supplements like this, so it is important to take a closer look at your individual brand preference to ensure that if there are other ingredients in the formula you are okay with it.

Product Details

Omega 3 fatty acids can be found in several different species of fish. The American Heart Association recommends getting at least two servings per week of fish such as: salmon, sardines, herring, and tuna. For those who do not like fish or are worried about mercury poisoning supplements are available to get it in the body, though it is always better for the body if it comes directly from natural sources. The oil is also found in grains, various seeds and oils, and leafy green vegetables. It helps combat: asthma, diabetes, heart disease, depression, attention disorders, and more.

Omega 6 fatty acids can be found in: raw nuts and seeds along with various oils. It provides many of the same benefits as the Omega 3, but for the proper ratios in the body, you should consume about twice as much Omega 6 as you do 3.

Omega 9 is a non-essential fatty acid, made by the body when there is enough Omega 3 and Omega 6 available to the body. If you don’t have enough, the Omega 9 must come from food sources such as: avocados, cashews, hazelnuts, pecans, almonds, and olives or olive oil.

The Good

  • Your body needs Omega 3-6-9 to be in optimal health. These fatty acids are abundant in many food sources.

The Bad

  • Though Omega 3-6-9 promotes good overall health, these are not used directly for weight loss.
  • Since several companies produce supplements with all three fatty acids, it can be hard to find a quality supplement.
  • There are no free trials.
  • There are no customer testimonials.
  • The money back guarantee policy will vary from company to company.

Conclusion

Any Omega fatty acids you can get in food are healthy for you and recommended to help fight heart disease and high cholesterol. They are important for all systems in the body and making sure you have enough of them will help ensure you are healthy. That said, we do not recommend them solely for weight loss purposes.

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6 User Reviews about Omega 3-6-9

  • 1
    LaRee

    I was told that this product does not need to be kept in the refrigerator. However, since it is oils, how does it not turn rancid, especially in the summer heat? The health food stores put their oil products in a cooler. Thanks.

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    Martin Beaulieu

    I did not get a decent answer. My question was about side effects of Vitalux. It was not about ingredients.

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    Omar hany

    What is the name of the company that works in omega 3-6-9 That Silencer christrul

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  • 4
    Omar hany

    What is the name of the company that works in omega 3-6-9

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    Bo cook

    I was told recently by a Nurse practitioner that Omega product enhances the risk of Prostate cancer in men over 70. Are there and studies to verify this?

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  • 6
    Wanda

    I have just started taking omega 369 and now tonight I am noticing bruises on the backs of my lower leg, is this anything to do with the omega 369

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