Omega Max (by Nugevity) is a dietary supplement designed, studied, and used by astronauts at NASA (through NASA’s Johnson Space Centre’s Space Act Agreement). It was created to implement the essential fatty acids derived from fish oil into the body. This is to suppress the levels of dioxin, mercury, and other impurities in the body. Read on to find out more.
- Omega-3 fatty acids
- 480mg docosahexaenoic acid
- 720mg eicosapentaenoic acid
- Polysorbate 80
- Pharmaceutical glaze
- Stearic acid
- Purified water
- Potassium sorbate
- Acetylated monoglycerides
- Sodium alginate
- Vitamin E
Take 2 capsules daily before bed.
A 60-capsule pack is $30, and a 180-capsule pack is $79. There is a 5% discount for auto-refill subscribers.
Possible Side Effects
Pregnant and nursing women, children younger than 18, and those who have a pre-existing health condition or are being treated for one should consult a health professional before taking this supplement. Some customers may experience indigestion – if this occurs, start taking the medication at mealtimes to alleviate the aches.
There is a 30-day customer satisfaction guarantee available with this product that offers a full refund on all unwanted items. You are required to pay the cost of the shipping yourself.
Although this is non-vegetarian and thus restrictive to certain people, it is backed by decent auto-refill offers and a reasonable price. Nevertheless, we are suspicious of certain elements of this product (such as the side effects).