WHY SEAL OIL?
Seal oil is a superior source of Omega 3 compared to fish.
Seal oil is less polluted than fish oil. Fish has long been a source of Omega-3 for humans. However, industrialization has brought ocean pollution, which accompanied contamination of the fish to the discussion. Once PCBs, mercury, and heavy metals are
in our body, they are hard and often impossible to expel and, when these contaminants are accumulated, they create many tangential health problems. Because of this, supplementation of Omega-3s is recommended, and seal oil is the most pure source available.
There is no greater naturally occurring source of
Docosapentaenoic acid (DPA) than seal oil except for a mother’s breast milk. In fact, seal oil can supply up to ten times as much DPA as would fish oils. Not only is DPA important for early childhood development, including visual acuity and mental development deficiencies in DPA can impair visual and motor skill development as well.
Seal oil is more sustainable than fish oil.
OmegaGold International Inc. proudly promotes Omega3 from seal oil rather than fish or krill oil due to their unstable sustainability around the world. By far, OmegaGold is truly sustainable and the purest source of Omega3 from deep-clean Arctic Ocean.
Seal oil is more resistant to oxidation than fish oil. Studies have shown that the extent of oxidization of Omega 3s in seal oil was less than half that of fish oils. This can have major implications since there is significant research linking anti-oxidants to a reduction in free radical acids – and thus helping to reduce the risk of cancer and other diseases.
Seal oil is easier to refine. The processing required to refine seal oil from seal blubber is a much milder process than those required to make fish oil or vegetable oil. It is not heated or dissolved in any chemicals ? it is the pure oil derived from seal blubber containing pure, intact and undamaged essential fatty acids.
Seal oil absorbs more readily and more thoroughly into the human body
than fish oil. The Canadian Harp Seal Oil sued in OmegaGold is mammalian and therefore absorbs much more readily in the human body than fish oil.
The Omega 3 content of seal oil is 20%-25%, which is higher than most
fish oils, making seal oil capsules a much more effective source of Omega 3 than fish itself.
Seal oil is virtually free of cholesterol, while many fish and fish oils are relatively high in cholesterol.