Innate Choice Omega Sufficiency Review

Innate Choice Omega Sufficiency Review

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Darryl Powers, Ph.D.

What is Innate Choice Omega Sufficiency?

We all know that Omega-3 fatty acids are good for health and wellbeing. The problem is that the most readily available source of Omega-3 is fish oil – and fish oil generally tastes awful. Even worse, it has some unpleasant characteristics such as inducing a fishy aftertaste and what’s become known as “fish burp”.

Innate Choice has therefore introduced something different for its Omega Sufficiency supplement – favors. Innate Choice’s liquid Omega-3 fish oil and capsules come in two different flavors – lemon; and strawberry/lime.

The availability of the supplement as a liquid means it can be taken by children as well as adults who struggle to swallow tablets and capsules.

Although wild fish sources are becoming increasingly toxic with mercury, dioxins and other pollutants, Innate Choice guarantees that its product is mercury free. During its manufacturing process, the fish oil extracted is triple distilled and purified to pharmaceutical grade before being infused with natural antioxidants. It is also not chemically altered or concentrated but kept in its natural triglyceride form to provide a pure, safe, natural source of Omega-3 fatty acid.

Ingredients

Omega-3 Fatty Acids as TG 1400 – 1700mg

  • Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)  – 740 – 825 mg
  • Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)  – 480 – 559 mg
  • Other omega-3 fatty acids  –  200 – 325 mg

Omega-3 source: wild anchovy, sardine, herring and mackerel oil.

Natural strawberry and lime flavor.

Antioxidant blend (naturally mixed tocopherois; rosemary extract, ascorbyl palmitate)

Capsule: gelatin, glycerin and purified water

Dosage

Adults: Take 2 servings daily of 1 tsp of Omega Sufficiency oil or 4 Omega Sufficiency capsules – more if you weigh more than 160 lbs (73kg).

Children: take a ½ serving for every 40 pounds of body weight.

What Is The Cost?

The manufacturer offers a 10% discount when you buy two or more of each product.

The cost per individual bottle is:

  • 500ml liquid – lemon and strawberry flavor (100 servings per bottle): $60. With a recommended dose of two teaspoons per day, this is the cost of a one-and-a-half month supply.
  • 240 capsules (60 servings @ 4 capsules per serving): $55. With a recommended 8 capsules per day, this is the cost of a one-month supply.

Manufacturer’s Guarantee

While Innate Choice offers a 100% refund on products that do not satisfy you, there are conditions: the products must be unopened, they must be returned within 30 days of purchase; and you have to call their offices to obtain approval to return the product. And after that, you will still have to pay for the shipping, as well as a restocking/handling fee of at least $5.

Our Final Review Of Innate Choice Omega Sufficiency

Innate Choice Omega Sufficiency offers an innovative way to deliver essential Omega-3 fatty acids – by disguising the notoriously fishy taste of the active ingredient with natural flavors of lemon and strawberry. And it appears that they have largely succeeded, with comments from users ranging from “palatable” and “not bad taste” to one or two who claimed to actually like it.

That’s good. However, the product is expensive when compared to other Omega-3 supplements on the market. This leads us to wonder if, when taking it in the capsule form, the premium price is worth it. There are similar products that deliver much the same quality and quantity of Omega-3 oils at considerably lower cost.

What is Innate Choice Omega Sufficiency? We all know that Omega-3 fatty acids are good for health and wellbeing. The problem is that the most readily available source of Omega-3 is fish oil – and fish oil generally tastes awful. Even worse, it has some unpleasant characteristics such as inducing a…
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Dr. Powers holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of Michigan and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Michigan Technological University. Darryl is a published biomedical researcher with an expertise in the field of dietary supplement research. Additionally, he is a well-known speaker on consumer healthcare issues. He feels strongly about bringing his wealth of knowledge to the consumer in order for the layperson to make educated decisions about their health and wellbeing. Nothing energizes him more than helping people advocate for their own health. In his downtime, Darryl enjoys attending sporting events with his family and running on the treadmill while listening to his favorite podcast of the moment.


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