BioSynergy Omega 3 supplement Review

BioSynergy Omega 3 Review

Dylan Wingate
What is BioSynergy Omega 3? In this review of BioSynergy Omega 3, we analyze this blend of EPA and DHA-rich fatty acids as a dietary supplement which is prided by its manufacturer for being sourced from wild fish caught in the clear waters of Norway, and thereafter being uniquely distilled…
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What is BioSynergy Omega 3?

In this review of BioSynergy Omega 3, we analyze this blend of EPA and DHA-rich fatty acids as a dietary supplement which is prided by its manufacturer for being sourced from wild fish caught in the clear waters of Norway, and thereafter being uniquely distilled and coated to prevent the fishy aftertaste commonly experienced when supplementing fish oils. This product aims to offer a wide variety of health benefits, from promoting better moods to the healthy development of breast cells.

Ingredients

EPA and DHA both have reputations for benefiting many aspects of health, including the development of the brain in the fetus during pregnancy, lubricating tears in the eye and even alleviating stiff joints and supporting digestion. Clinical studies have proven that DHA is part of the molecular structure of the cellular membranes in the body, hence all of its benefits. EPA and DHA are renowned for preserving the health of the brain, and therefore lessen the risks of many  neurological associated problems.

What draws our attention is the poor concentration of EPA and DHA in the supplement serving. When we compare the concentration of EPA and DHA in other leading brands to BioSynergy Omega 3, it simply cannot compete. Other leading brands are way more generous with their omega 3 concentration, and use the potency clinically proven to wield results.

Other ingredients:

  • Gelatin
  • Glycerin
  • Water

We are taken aback to see that Gelatin is an ingredient in this blend. This would mean that this product is to be avoided by vegans and vegetarians and is not eco-friendly

Dosage

The manufacturer recommends that 1-4 soft gels are administered once a day with meals. The manufacturer also suggests that this product be used in correlation with other BioSynergy products for optimum results. We are worried that the dosage is way too low as the minimum recommended daily servings of EPA is 800 mg and DHA is 600 mg. Should 4 soft gels be taken a day, EPA and DHA fall short of these amounts which are proven to be effectual.

What is the Cost?

The manufacturer sells their product online for $16.47 for a container that houses 90 soft gels. Free shipping is available for all USA customers.

Manufacturer’s Guarantee

The manufacturer offers a 30 day 100% money back guarantee. The dissatisfied customer needs to log in via their web page and  select the return option under their account menu. We assume that instructions about how to return the product will be mentioned here. The item will need to be received and processed before a refund may be issued, of which the customer will be notified by email.The manufacturer does not mention in what kind of condition the product should be returned in, but we can only assume that they give clearer instructions once the user has selected the return option on their account.

Our Final Review of BioSynergy Omega 3

We like that BioSynergy Omega 3 has some good reviews, and that the product seems to be affordable. Although we have to admit that we are reluctant to recommend this product to anyone because it has a weak guarantee and dietary potency. The manufacturer also never took vegans or vegetarians into account when choosing a coating for the ingredients.


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