Omega-3 for sport

Daily dietary supplement containing:

  • HIGH CONCENTRATION omega-3 EPA/DHA
  • A dietary supplement containing 1,200 mg of omega-3 fatty acids, with HIGHLY CONCENTRATED EPA/DHA, which help keep you fit and in shape in your daily workout.
  • EPA and DHA contribute to normal brain function.
  • DHA helps maintain sight under normal conditions and normal brain function.

Soft capsules with an enteric coating that prevents unpleasant fish taste reflux.

* The beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 250 mg of EPA and DHA.

DIETARY SUPPLEMENT with sweetener

Recommended dose: 1 soft capsule a day with food.

1 capsule % NRV*
Fish oil
1412 mg **
Total omega-3 fatty acids# 1200 mg **
EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) 915 mg **
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) 140 mg **
*Nutrient reference values.
**Nutrient reference value not established.
#Minimum guaranteed amount of the active ingredient in mg.The percentages calculated for the minimum amount in mg may vary.

INGREDIENTS:

Fish oil (minimum 65% EPA, minimum 10% DHA), gelatine, wetting agent: purified water, glycerine, gelifying agent: pectin, sweetener: sorbitol.

Gluten-free. Suitable for people with gluten intolerance.

Greater concentration, greater efficacy

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Omega-3 and sport
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