PreNatal Pure Omega 3
Finally, a safe way to give your baby the most important nutrients that it
needs to develop it's brain and intellectual capacity before it's even born!
Prenatal Pure Omega 3 is specifically designed for pregnant and nursing mothers.
The product is impurity-free, contaminant free, and contains no heavy metals
Studies have indicated that pregnant and nursing mothers do not get nearly
enough omega 3 fatty acids in their diets. This product contains the exact
amount of nutrients that your unborn baby needs on a daily basis.
The only product of it's kind!
Prenatal Pure Omega 3 is the only product of itís kind designed for women to get
the necessary amounts of omega 3 fatty acids while they are pregnant. A few of
the more advanced baby formulas now contain omega 3ís, but that doesnít do your
baby any good while you are still pregnant.
Doctors advise pregnant and breast feeding mothers to take Prenatal Pure Omega 3
from the day they find out they are pregnant until they are finished breast
Prenatal Pure Omega 3 contains 100% Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil
Total Omega 3 Fatty Acids: 2714 mg, EPA: 1548 mg, DHA: 828 mg, Other Omega 3:
Prenatal Pure Omega 3 is produced from a patented, state of the art,
solvent-free distillation process and is Cholesterol Free with No Saturated
Fatty Acids. Prenatal Pure Omega 3 is also toxin free. It's obtained from
carefully selected oils previously checked before processing for 0% pesticide,
PCB & heavy metal contamination. This process ensures that our product is 100%
free of any toxic organic solvent residues or impurities.
It's important to note that Prenatal Pure Omega 3 is manufactured from edible
fish that do not originate from endangered species. It's also fortified with
Vitamin E to protect the molecular integrity of the purified fish oil.
Over 5000 scientific papers have been published dealing with and documenting the
benefits of Omega-3 activated fish oils for expecting women as well as the
The two most important Omega-3 fatty acids are the biologically activated oils -
EPA and DHA. EPA is effective in supporting healthy cardiac and circulatory
systems, while DHA is an essential structural component of the central nervous
system. DHA is important for optimum development of the brain and the eyes, and
is therefore very important for the health of pregnant women and small children.
Q: What are Omega-3 fatty acids?
A: Fatty acids are the building blocks of dietary fats. These are stored in the
human body mainly in the form of triglycerides. Triglycerides containing Omega-3
fatty acids are usually found in fish and a few plants. The human body cannot
produce omega-3 fatty acids and therefore they have to be provided as an
essential dietary component. Research has shown that a high intake of fat fish
rich in omega-3 fatty acids has positive effects on the development of
cardiovascular disease, rheumatic disease, and a series of other health
Q: What is the difference between Omega-3 dietary supplements and cod liver oil
A: Omega-3 supplements contain fish oil from the meat of fat fish, or fish oil
concentrates of different Omega-3 concentrations, ranging from 30 up to 75%. Cod
liver oil contains only about 20-25% Omega-3 and is primarily consumed for its
high contents of Vitamins A and D.
Q: There are many different Omega-3 supplements on the market. How do the
A: Most Omega-3 supplements are purified fish oils containing 18% EPA and 12%
DHA, the two most common Omega-3 fatty acids. The highest quality oils are
purified to a degree where they are clear and light yellow in color. Most fish
oil products are provided as capsules, but many cod liver oils and some fish
oils products are available in liquid form.
Some of the Omega-3 capsules are highly concentrated (about 60 to 70%%), meaning
that you need to take only half as many capsules compared to fish oil. The
products are available as ethyl esters or as triglycerides, the latter being the
natural form. As for the fish oils, the highest quality products are clear,
light yellow oils. Always look for Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil.
Q: How can I be sure I am getting sufficient amounts of Omega-3?
A: Scientists and the authorities have discussed the minimum amount required to
avoid deficiency and ensure normal body functions.
EU and the Nordic countries generally recommend that Omega-3 fatty acids should
account for 0.5-1% of total energy intake. This corresponds to 0,7 to 1,5 grams
daily intake of Omega-3. This amount is comparable to 3 Prenatal Omega 3
capsules per day. Recent investigations point to the fact that the plant omega-3
alpha-linolenic acid is not utilized as effectively as the "fish-oil" fatty
acids EPA and DHA in the human body.
Q: What are Elevated blood lipids?
A: Elevated cholesterol is the most common lipid disorder. There are two
different fractions: LDL-cholesterol, the bad cholesterol, and HDL-cholesterol,
the good cholesterol. Omega-3 fatty acids increase the good cholesterol but has
only little effect on the bad cholesterol. Another important blood lipid are the
triglycerides. These are commonly elevated in people with overweight and
diabetes, usually coinciding with low HDL-cholesterol values. Scientific data
shows that this combination increase the risk of getting heart attacks and
Q: Effect on inflammatory diseases: joint disease, psoriasis and inflammatory
A: Omega-3 has anti-inflammatory effects which have been demonstrated in a
series of clinical trials. In joint disease, a dose of 3 Pure Omega 3 capsules
often will relieve pain and morning stiffness. This dose should be taken for
about 8 weeks before the optimum effect can be expected.
Q: Can Omega-3 be harmful?
A: In a great number of controlled clinical trials, Omega-3 has been shown to be
safe and without no serious adverse effects.
Q: Does Omega-3 have any side effects?
A: Regurgitation and loose stools are common, especially during the first weeks
of treatment. Omega-3 fatty acids reduce the stickiness of thrombocytes leading
to longer bleeding time. It is advised that people on the waiting list for major
surgery should stop taking omega-3 capsules 4 weeks prior to operation. Patients
treated with anti-coagulants (Warfarin) or Aspirin should consult their doctor
before starting with omega-3 supplementation.
Q: How and where do I get Omega-3 fatty acids?
A: The only important source of Omega-3 in the diet is fatty fish and other
seafood. The amount of Omega-3 in different species of fish may vary a great
deal. The diagram shows the amount of Omega- 3 in a number of common raw and
Q: What is the difference between fats?
A: There are saturated and unsaturated fats. The saturated are common in beef
and milk products and are solid at room temperature. The unsaturated fats may be
monounsaturated or polyunsaturated. These are produced from seeds, vegetables
and fish and are fluid at room temperature. Common monounsaturated fats are
olive oil and rapeseed oil. Polyunsaturated fatty acids from seeds and
vegetables usually contain omega-6 fatty acids. Fish oil contains omega-3 fatty
acids. Both are essential fatty acids and have to be provided with the diet. The
intake of omega-3 fatty acids today is too low due to the fact that people in
the Western World eat too little of fish.
Q: Can Omega-3 be replaced by other dietary supplements?
A: Omega-3 is a unique substance which is essential to the human body. This
means that it cannot be replaced by other fats.