Vitabiotics Ultra Omega-3 Review

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Vitabiotics Ultra Omega-3 Review - For Cognitive And Cardiovascular Support
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Americans only eat an average of 57 mg of Docosahexaenoic (DHA) and 28 mg of Eicosapentaenoic (EPA); about 85 mg of Omega-3 daily. Our bodies need Omega-3 to function properly and we are unable to produce it ourselves. Taking an Omega-3 supplement that is high in EPA and DHA gives us the amounts of these key ingredients that we need to stay healthy.

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published two clinical studies, one in 1990 and one in 2013, which explained the effects of Omega-3 in humans. In the 1990 article, 27 participants were observed over 20 weeks. At the end of the 20 weeks, Omega-3 reduced the amount of unhealthy fat in the subjects’ bloodstreams and increased the amount of health fatty acids. Additionally, high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels greatly increased in the participants.


There are many Omega-3 supplements that use many different types of ingredients. Some medicines use herbal remedies or contain only all natural ingredients. Another popular treatment option is a product that contains homeopathic ingredients. The bottom line is that there are many available choices on the market. This product contains the following ingredients:
• Omega-3 Fish Oil – 541 mg
• EPA – 165 mg
DHA – 116 mg
• Vitamin E – 5.5 mg
• Glycerin
• Orange Flavor


The manufacturer recommends taking two (2) capsules per day, preferably with a meal and a drink such as milk or orange juice

Side Effects

No side effects could be identified for this product. As always, with any medication, supplement or treatment, consult your doctor before use. However, Omega-3 has been known to cause some mild side effects in sensitive individuals. Some of these include a fishy taste in your mouth, fishy breath, stomach upset, loose stools and nausea.

The manufacturer warns that if you have epilepsy or are taking oral anti-coagulants (blood thinners) to consult your doctor or pharmacist before using this product.


Internet pricing may vary from website to website. At the time of writing this review this product was found at a price of $11.76 for a bottle of 60 capsules, which under the suggested use should last about one month.


Many people want a guarantee as an assurance that if they don’t get the results that they are looking for, they will not be punished. Depending on where you buy this product, individual websites may off their own money-back guarantees.

When researching this product, a manufacturer money-back guarantee was not found.

Conclusion Of Our Vitabiotics Ultra Omega-3 Review

There are a lot of great Omega-3 products being sold out there, including Vitabiotics Ultra Omega-3. Nevertheless, when looking at the price of this product, its ingredients and the fact that they do not offer a guarantee, a consumer may feel weary about buying it. It is also appears that it is not FDA inspected.

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