Vegan Omega-3 DHA (by Deva) is a vegan supplement designed for delayed-release, which cuts out on the fishy aftertaste common to supplements such as this. The DHA contained within each softgel is one of the main components required for rebuilding brain tissue and retina. Read on to find out more about this uniquely vegan fish oil supplement.
- 200mg docosahexaenoic acid
- Ascorbyl palmitate
- Rosemary extract
- Sunflower lecithin
- Mixed tocopherols
- Organic orange oil
- High oleic sunflower oil
- Cellulose capsule (vegan)
Take 1 capsule per day with water and a meal. Each 90-capsule bottle should constitute a three-month supply.
A 90-capsule bottle is £30.30. While this works out at $10.10 per month and is thus very affordable, it should be noted that there are no special offers, such as monthly or bulk purchase discounts, available with this product.
Possible Side Effects
Although the website advises new customers to speak to a healthcare professional before taking this medication – which is always recommendable when taking new supplements – the manufacturer maintains that there should be no adverse reactions encountered when taking this medication.
The manufacturer makes various claims about how fantastic this product is, but there does not appear to be a money-back guarantee or customer satisfaction guarantee available with the supplement. Feedback from previous customers tends to be on the negative side, with the majority complaining about an unpleasant, fishy aftertaste.
Most of the information provided by the manufacturer about this product is very clear and informative, which indicates at least a decent level of customer service. However, the problem is not what is explained, but what is there to explain, which does not include a customer satisfaction guarantee. Furthermore, the many negative customer reviews – none of whom would have been pleased about the lack of money-back guarantee – give us cause for concern with this product, as it does not seem recommendable in the slightest.