Are Omega-3 supplements from the sea sustainable?

Published February 10, 2015

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Fish, krill and Life’s DHATM from Red AlgalTM are all natural marine sources of omega-3. For many consumers, it’s important to know whether the omega-3 supplements they choose to use are responsibly and sustainably sourced. Buying from a trustworthy and reliable supplier such as Nature’s OwnTM is vital to achieving peace of mind.

Fish oil

The fish used in the manufacture of Nature’s OwnTM fish oil products are sourced from the cold waters of the deep sea and include fish such as mackerel, sardines, anchovies, herring and salmon. These are sustainably harvested from pristine waters off the coast of South America, according to strict industry regulations.

Krill oil

Nature’s OwnTM sources its krill sustainably from Antarctic waters, where the particular species harvested (Euphausia Superba) is found in abundance. Krill fisheries and quotas in the Antarctic are also strictly monitored by the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR). This ensures that the ecological balance of the area is protected.

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