Omax3 Reviews and Consumer Product Report
You may have seen the TV commercials on Omax3. This manufacturer touts this supplement as the cure for just about everything. Its true Omega 3 Fatty Acids can benefit many physical conditions from Mental Health, Heart Health, The Battle Against Inflammation and Even Joint Health. But does Omax3 do anything different than any other Omega 3 Supplement?
There are many types of Omega 3 supplements. Sometimes they are marketed as miracle joint health supplements, other times, like this one, they are a miracle health fix from head to toe. Other times, they are simply a dietary supplement to be taken to improve or enhance your overall health. Truth is, that omega 3 has thousands of health benefits. Finding the right one has more to do with reading the fine print than getting excited over some infomercial with overblown benefits. Stick with us, we will get you the answers you need.
When we visited the website, we found it to be well made and professional. There was some small print that troubled us as “salesy” area touting Yale-affiliated physicians. That seems strange. Either say where your physicians are from or don’t. Other than that, the information on the website seemed to be fairly accurate and informative. There are some silly supposed frozen images of competitors products and so forth, but again nothing more than marketing. It can be insulting to assume we, as consumers, cannot see past all of this.
Overall, it seems that this is a professional organization that may push the envelope from a marketing standpoint, but no reason to hold that against them.
Supplement Facts and Dosage
This is a fairly concentrated dose of Omega 3 per the supplement facts. 1.125 g of EPA and 275 mg of DHA is the yield, with dosage being 2 soft gels per day. Each bottle will last you roughly 30 days.
While the website mentions on numerous occasions that the Omega 3 is Ultra Pure, it does not ever mention the sources of the omega 3, which we typically prefer to see. There is a lot of information on the website, so it is entirely possible that we simply missed it.
Overall, this brand gets a good bit of attention due to high dollar advertising campaigns. As for the product quality, it certainly seems as though the product is a high concentration with respectable yields. We would prefer to have learned about the location of the source of omega 3, is it wild caught fish or fish farm, etc. These things make a difference in the quality of course.
The price of the product was a bit on the high side, but then again they have to recoup the cost of the advertising campaign so what can you really expect. Decent product, decent results, a little on the high side price wise, but not outrageous. In our opinion there are better values on the market but this is certainly among the industry leaders