OmegaBrite Review

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OmegaBrite is following the popular trend of promising weight loss by upping one’s intake of essential fatty acids. This product states that it promotes weight loss, but it does not say how and the ingredients in it are not scientifically proven to promote weight loss. OmegaBrite retails for $22.00 a bottle and one bottle will last users twenty days. Users are instructed to take one capsule with a full glass of water with the three largest meals of their day; preferably breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The OmegaBrite website does provide a lot of relevant and important information for this product. There are also user testimonials posted on this product’s website. Those wishing to use OmegaBrite will not need a prescription because it is sold as a dietary supplement.

List of Ingredients

EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), Other Omega 3 Fatty Acids, Omega 6 Fatty Acids, Other Fatty Acids, Fish Oil Concentrate, Certified Kosher Gelatin, Certified Kosher Glycerin and Vitamin E (as mixed with tocopherols and rosemary extract).

Product Features

OmegaBrite contains many Omega 3 fatty acids which are believed to promote a healthy cardiovascular system. It is also believed to help prevent memory loss, balance cholesterol levels and lower bad cholesterol and help alleviate the symptoms of depression.

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Advantages

  • Omega 3 fatty acids do show some potential in providing some health benefits.
  • There are user testimonials posted for OmegaBrite.
  • OmegaBrite does encourage a healthy diet.

Disadvantages

  • There does not seem to be a satisfaction guarantee available for OmegaBrite.
  • The ingredients in this product have not been scientifically proven to promote any weight loss.
  • OmegaBrite does not contain any proven fat burners or appetite suppressants.
  • Those taking this supplement are encouraged to take several more to reap the full benefits of this product.
  • Those with bleeding issues or those taking a medication which can thin the blood such as NSAIDS, aspirin or Warfarin should consult a physician before taking this product.
  • Those who are expecting to have surgery should not take OmegaBrite.

Conclusion

OmegaBrite does not really stand out from the rest of the supposed Omega fatty acid rich weight loss supplements available today. OmegaBrite may not be an effective weight loss supplement because there does not seem to be any proven appetite suppressants or fat burners in it so those seeking a weight loss supplement with the ability to suppress the appetite and burn fat may want to research other products that are intended for appetite suppression and fat burning. Those seeking weight loss may also benefit from developing a healthy diet and exercise program that suits them and their lifestyle. Users will need to assess their health and fitness goals and decide if using OmegaBrite is right for them.

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3 User Reviews about OmegaBrite

  • 1
    brendA W

    thsi company has horrible customer service save your time and money and order from somewhere else

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  • 2
    renee

    how long does it take to see a difference? is it common to see when you first start taking the supplement for the person to go opposite of what the supplement supposed to do then will he get better in a more length of time? please email me back asap with the answer thank you very much

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  • 3
    Susan Evans

    My doctor recently put me on 1200 mg three times a day because of my high cholesterol and because I refuse to take a statin drug.
    I purchased the product at a retail store, it is by nature made. I am told it is just as good as your product which I have ordered off and on. I would like to order your product again, Would you tell me the difference between the two. Thank you in advance for your answer.
    Omega Brite

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