FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- Natural source of omega-3s.
- Tested for mercury, heavy metals and pesticides.
- Helps to maintain healthy cholesterol levels.
- Helps to support healthy blood pressure.
- Helps to reduce inflammation and joint swelling associated with arthritis.
- Helps to assist in the maintenance of normal eye and brain function.
Thompson's Salmon Oil is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, the essential fats required by the body which can contribute to the maintenance of healthy skin, circulation and reduce inflammation caused by arthritis.
In the past, some have found that supplementing with Salmon Oil has left them with fishy reflux. Now there is a solution to Fish Breath! Patented technology has enabled Thompson's to release new Reflux-Free Salmon Oil. Micro-emulsion of the fish oil means that it is dispersed into millions of tiny droplets thereby minimising and masking the odour that comes from standard fish oils that form a layer on the surface of the gastric juice. The smell is further masked by the addition of natural orange oil.
Thompson's Reflux-Free Salmon Oil capsules can now be swallowed or even chewed without any fish burps afterwards! In fact the soft capsules can be squeezed into water or juice - an ideal dosage form for young children. Other standard fish oil supplements create a fishy-smelling reflux that can last up to 2 hours afterwards. As an additional masking agent, natural orange oil has been added to give a pleasant flavour to the capsules. The orange in this formulation is 100% natural orange derived from cold pressed Australian Valencia oranges.
Thompson's rigorous quality control procedures test all raw materials to ensure no chemical pollutants such as PCBs, mercury and lead.
|Active ingredients per capsule:
|Fish oil - natural
| equiv. Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)
| equiv. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)
Adults - Take 1 to 2 capsules 3 times daily (with food), or as professionally prescribed.
Omega-3 fatty acids have blood thinning ability. Please consult your doctor if you are taking blood thinning medications such as warfarin or aspirin.