FAQ2017-06-02T13:22:29+01:00

Frequently Asked Questions – OmegaBrite, EPA Fatty Acid & More

OmegaBrite General Questions

Is OmegaBrite a drug and will my insurance pay for it?2017-01-13T13:39:37+01:00

OmegaBrite is food supplement. Please check with your insurance company for their terms.

Does OmegaBrite have any side effects?2017-01-13T13:39:37+01:00

OmegaBrite is food supplement so there are no side effects. It is best taken with a meal.

Does OmegaBrite have any aftertaste or smell?2017-01-13T13:39:38+01:00

OmegaBrite is manufactured in an oxygen-free environment, using nitrogen flushing and nitrogen blanketing technology. This reduces oxidation which prevents any aftertaste or smell.

How long does it take to see results?2017-01-13T13:39:38+01:00

Results vary between individuals. You may notice a difference in a few days or it could take a few weeks. It can take several months to balance your omega-6 levels. You need to continue to take OmegaBrite to maintain the benefits.

How is OmegaBrite different from other products on the market?2018-05-11T14:03:20+01:00

The key differences of OmegaBrite are the purity, concentration & our unique 7:1 high EPA ratio. OmegaBrite is the only omega-3 to test every batch before, during, and after production.

What is OmegaBrite?2018-06-27T16:44:16+01:00

OmegaBrite is the purest omega 3 supplement on the market today. OmegaBrite is 100 percent natural. It is formulated by doctors to give you the highest quality omega 3 product.

Omega-3’s in General

What are Arachidonic acid (AA) and Alpha Linoic Acid (ALA)?2017-01-13T14:23:56+01:00

Arachidonic acid is a 20 carbon omega-6 fatty acid with 4 double bonds. Omega-6 fats are polyunsaturated with the first double-bond beginning with the 6th carbon atom from the methyl end of the molecule. An 18 carbon Omega-3 fatty acid with 3 double bonds. Alpha-linolenic acid is found in flaxseed and other plant oils. Note how just 3 double-bonds alters the chemical structure, making alpha-linolenic acid much more highly folded than an 18 carbon saturated fat.

What are EPA Fish Oil and DHA Fish Oil?2017-03-10T12:30:47+01:00

Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) is a type of omega-3 that is essential for healthy immune function, cardiac function, mood, joint, eye, and brain health. Docosahexaenoic acid is also an omega-3 fatty acid. DHA is crucial for neurological and visual development in the human fetus and newborn, and is found in high concentration in the brain. EPA fish oil and DHA fish oil are only found in seafood and marine algae.

Why are Omega-3s from plants (such as flaxseed oil) ineffective in most people?2017-01-13T14:24:23+01:00

Some people