Vegan Omega 3 Capsules - High Strength
Vegan Plant-Based Omega 3 from Algae.
Did you know that algae provides a more effective form of Omega 3 than fish oil? As well as being more effective, it is also toxin-free, pure, cruelty-free, free from microplastics and free from mercury. Fish eat a diet rich in algae in order to obtain Omega 3, therefore these supplements cut out the middleman - and the toxins.
The Omega 3 in these Eco Living capsules is DHA and EPA which are the superior and more effective forms of Omega 3. DHA and EPA help to support a healthy cardiovascular system, along with heart, brain and eye benefits.
The algae is sustainably grown in pools of water away from marine life so there's no interference or damage to any ocean food chains. There's also no contribution towards the issues of overfishing or by-catch.
100% natural, high strength 835mg Omega-3 supplement with 200iu of unique plant source Vitamin D3.
Each glass jar contains 60 capsules.
Eco Living recommend 1-2 capsules per day, with food. For babies and young children, capsules can be pierced and the oil contents consumed directly or added to food.
- Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
- 60 tablets in glass jar, with metal lid and a home compostable tamper proof seal
- Sustainably produced
- An ethical alternative to fish oil
- Ideal for children, pregnancy and breastfeeding
- No Palm Oil
- Made in the UK
Vegan Omega 3 Capsules Ingredients:
Microalgal oils, helianthus annuus oil, antioxidants (rosemary extract, tocopherols, ascorbyl palmitate), Cholecalciferol, Vegetarian capsule shell (modified starch, vegan glycerol, carrageenan seaweed, sodium carbonate).
Do not exceed stated dose. Store in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight. Store out of reach of young children.
We love Eco Living because they are a member of 1% For The Planet, donating a portion of profits to protecting our oceans from plastic pollution. Eco Living is also in partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects, planting native trees to help stop climate change and reduce extreme poverty.