Omax3 and Me

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Disclaimer: I received a sample of omax-3 in exchange for a review. All opinions are 100% my own.

You all know that Heart Health is kind of a big deal in my life. Have I told you that even though I’ve been working on being healthy the last two years, my HDL is not great. That means I’m struggling with GOOD Cholesterol, which is kind of scary for me. When I was asked if I’d be interested in reviewing omax-3, I decided it was probably a good idea.

While omax-3 Ultra-Pure Omega-3 is a  supplement aimed at delivering essential fatty acids to help reduce LDL (the “bad” cholesterol), it’s still going to help me. Physicians affiliated with Yale University developed this supplement for adults ages 12 and up. It helps improve heart health, musculoskeletal health, and managing inflammation.

(Basically, as a runner, I should totally be taking 2 softgels a day to help keep my heart, muscles, and bones happy and healthy.)

When I first heard about omax-3 Ultra-Pure Omega, this is what I was told:

It’s estimated that only one in four Americans are getting sufficient amounts of omega-3s from their diets, while getting an overabundance of omega-6 fatty acids (see here for more info: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2b46yLkYOO4) . This is due to several obstacles, including a dislike of or lack of availability of fish, the prime source of EPA and DHA omega-3s, or concerns about seafood contaminants.

Uh? Dislike of fish? HELLO, ME!!! When I first learned my HDL was an issue, the nurse said, “Lose Weight. Start exercising three times a week. Eat fish”. Check, check, no way. I am in that group of people who do not like fish and thus the whole “boost your omega-3 fatty acids) thing is not going to go over so well.

Enter omax-3. These softgels, yes, contain fish (full disclosure, the package says “anchovies and sardines”) and will help with my heart health issues. No fish eating necessary, because omax-3 delivers Omega-3 in the purest form (with a concentration of over 91% Omega-3 fatty acids).

Studies on omax-3 have shown that:

  • 78% of participants reduced overall cholesterol by 13%
  • 73% of participants reduced triglycerides by 31%
  • 71% of participants reduced LDL or “bad” cholesterol by 11%

Source: http://www.omax3.com/

omax-3 invites you to “Take the Omega-3 Challenge” if you think you’re ready to reduce your cholesterol and work toward a healthier heart with me.

They’ve even offered up a giveaway for my readers! One reader will win a sample of omax3® Ultra-Pure™ (US Only, 18+, winner must respond by 11/12/13). Enter below.

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omax3 Ultra-Pure is currently available at www.omax3.com or at select GNC stores. A 30-day supply retails for $49.99. You can also connect with omax3 on Facebook for healthy ideas and giveaways: www.facebook.com/omax3.

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