NutraSea Omega-3 (by Ascenta Health) is reputedly a family-friendly fish oil supplement that negates the unpleasant aftertaste most users experience with fish oil products. The fish used for the Omega-3 fatty acids in this supplement were caught in the wild off the coast of Peru, apparently. Read on to find out more about this supplement.
- Green Tea Extract
- Vitamin E
- Eicosapentaenoic acid
- Docosahexaenoic acid
Take 1 teaspoon daily. Refrigerate once opened. Quite worryingly, there are no further directions for usage, which is bizarre given that this product is apparently designed for the whole family. Definitely speak to a doctor before you or your kids begin taking this supplement.
- 200ml Bottle $19.99-$24.99
- 500ml Bottle $42.90
Possible Side Effects
Pregnant and nursing women, children younger than 2, and those who have a pre-existing health condition (especially diabetics and hypoglycemics) or are being treated for one should consult a health professional before taking this supplement.
There is no. customer satisfaction guarantee available with this product, nor are there any return policies or anything of the sort to encourage the risk-averse to invest in this supplement. While there were only a few reviews available for this product from previous customers, most of them were actually positive.
This appears to be a supplement that gets the results it claims it gets – based on the customer reviews. As it is in liquid form, it can be quite a fair bit easier to take than the usual softgel capsules you get Omega-3 supplements in. Better yet, it’s affordable, and a 200ml bottle is around a month’s supply. However, as this is a ‘family-friendly’ supplement, we have to wonder how pricey it would get if your entire family was consuming it all at once. Worse yet, there are no customer satisfaction guarantees to speak of, which gives us pause.