My family has been taking Omegabrite for some time now. It is even part of my one year old daughters diet, but in less concentrations. Out of all the supplements on the  market, I strongly recommend some type of high grade Omega-3 in the form of DHA and EPA.

There is so much great and valid research on Omega-3 fatty acids. These acids may decrease triglycerides, lower blood pressure, reduce blood clotting, decrease stroke and heart failure risk, reduce irregular heartbeats, lower high levels of inflammation, and in children may improve learning ability.

In my experience, I have lowered my triglycerides and LDL cholesterol. The only change I made was adding Omegabrite to my diet. For me, 2000 mg a day was the dose I needed. Every individual in my opinion is different on their dose needs.

EPA is key in reducing inflammation and lowering triglycerides. It inhibits arachiodonic acid when the levels in your body get too high. Normal levels of arachiodonic acid heals injuries and helps you recover from disease. This is part of the inflammation process.

Chronic inflammation, on the other hand, is the cause of many degenerative diseases such as cancer, arthritis, and heart disease. High levels of arachiodonic acid can cause this. Foods that are high in arachiodonic acids are egg yolks, organ meats, and red meat. Avoid trans fats.

There are 3 reasons why I chose Omegabrite as my omega-3 supplementation.

First, the pills are small enough not to cause problems while swallowing, and aftertaste is minimal.

Second, I like the ratio of EPA and DHA, which is 7 to 1.

Third, Omegabrite is a 90% pure Omega-3, 70% pure EPA  pharmaceutical-quality fish oil.

You do not have to take the Omegabrite brand of Omega-3 fish oil to get the above health benefits. There are a couple of other brands on the market that are similar. But  out of the above 3 reasons are why my family chose Omegabrite.