Ocu-Omega is an ultra-pure, molecularly distilled Fish Oil Concentrate that won’t leave a fishy taste while providing you with the highest quality essential fatty acids that your eyes and your body require.
In addition, Ocu-Omega contains Lutein and Zeaxanthin for additional anti-oxidant protection for your eyes.
Sure, you could pay less for fish oil tablets somewhere else, but will you be sure that their are not contaminated with toxic levels of dangerous substances? (Click to read more.)
Current research confirms the benefits of the fish oil you’ll find in Ocu-Omega:
The National Eye Institute research found that patients with Macular Degeneration who consumed high amounts of Omega-3 were 25% less likely to progress to vision loss.
According to Tufts University, women who consumed fish rich in Omega-3 at least once a week had a 15% lower risk of cataracts.
According to Harvard Medical School, women with the highest levels of Omega-3 in their diets reduced their risk of dry eye syndrome by 20% to 68%.
The experts agree that getting the Omega-3 fatty acids will help you see better – and for longer.
If Omega-3 is so important, then why isn’t it included in the comprehensive EYEMAX-plus formula?
Because you can readily get it from your diet: all you need is two servings a week of cold-water fish (mackerel, herring, sardine, tuna or salmon [wild Alaskan salmon is preferred over Atlantic and farmed varieties]).
But if you’re not getting Omega-3 from your diet, then it’s vitally important to the health of your eyes that you supplement with the highest quality you can find.
So, if you can’t (or won’t) eat two servings of fish a week, then use Ocu-Omega to give your eyes what they need.
Ocu-Omega has both types of omega-3 fatty acids in the right amounts to be completely beneficial: Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in the amount of 350 mg., Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) in the amount of 650 mg and total Omega-3 fatty acids in the amount of 1,200 mg.
These nutrients are required in high levels in the brain and retina for optimal neuronal visual acuity, in young and old alike.