Myprotein Omega-3 is an Omega-3 supplement that adds to the endless list of products in the market that claim to contribute towards the distribution of Omega-3 benefits. As the rules of the book demand, this product has its own host of claims to make in regard to what it offers to the consumer. Some of these claims are listed below:
- Contributes to the normal function of the heart; and
- DHA also contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function and vision.
In regard to its packaging and marketing, this product employs the traditional norms, ways and tools that we are all familiar with. This means that you can find this particular product packaged in the usual packages/bottles and you can access it through the traditional channels of distribution either by walking into that drug store or outlet near you or by ordering for it online.
The main ingredients in this supplement include:
- Omega 3 Fish Oil (18% EPA, 12% DHA);
- Softgel (Gelatin, Glycerin);
- Purified Water; and
- Vitamin E (DL-Alpha Tocopherol Acetate).
The recommended daily intake is 2 softgels 1–3 times with meals.
Hitherto there are no known adverse side effects arising from the usage of this product.
The retail price of acquiring for a 90 soft gel container, enough to take you for 45 days of 2 soft-gels daily is $8.08. This price tag passes for an affordable product. In matters of discounts, it still remains within the vendor’s discretion.
This supplement comes with a 28-day money-back guarantee. This comes in as a soft landing for customers in the event that the product fails to perform as per expectation.
Unfortunately, this product with all nice things said about it, is not FDA approved.