It 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.
Omega-3s are important - but often missing - in the American diet.
The omega-3s in fish oil support heart, brain and joint health, plus support healthy cholesterol levels already within the normal range.†
Liquid 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.
Liquid 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.
* Levels already within normal range
** Independent third party laboratory analysis. Jan 2004.
Also available in Double-Strength Eskimo-3 1000 mg.
Eskimo-3® is a registered trademark of Cardinova Aktiebolag.Product of Sweden.
Certified Kosher and Pareve.
**Based on 2000 calorie diet.
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 Liquid Eskimo-3® is considered kosher.
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.
Kosher is a term used to describe food that has been prepared according to Jewish dietary laws, meaning the food is ritually correct or pure. Kosher certification by a manufacturer mandates that the processing of food items is supervised by a rabbi and procedures follow certification standards. Liquid Eskimo-3® has been certified Kosher by Rabbi Meir Horden of the Jewish Community of Stockholm, Sweden.