Emulsified DHA and EPA formula high in vitamin C:
- Helps maintain cardiovascular health and reduce serum triglycerides in adults
- Helps support cognitive health
- Helps support the development of the brain, eyes and nerves in children and adolescents
- Provides 300 mg of DHA and 148 mg of EPA per teaspoon
- Provides 15 mg of anthocyanins and 25 mg of vitamin C per teaspoon
- Delicious natural berry flavour
Berry DHA is an effective combination of omega-3 fatty acids, anthocyanins, and vitamin C that helps support brain and cardiovascular health. Emulsified oils have superior absorption than fish oils due to improved digestion by pancreatic lipase enzymes.1
DHA is essential to support pre- and postnatal brain development, as it is highly present on neuronal synapses.2
Rods and cones in the retina are rich in DHA, the omega-3 fatty acid necessary for the proper development of retinal structure and visual acuity in infants.2
DHA and EPA lower triglyceride production by increasing fatty acid metabolism by stimulating PPARα in the liver.3,4
Berry DHA provides 15 mg of anthocyanins per teaspoon, which is equivalent to approximately 75 g of fresh strawberries.5
WHY CHOOSE GENESTRA FISH OILS
Natural triglyceride form: NEO-3 and CRYO-3 processed fish oils contain NO ethyl esters (EPA and DHA bound to alcohol molecules) nor additional chemical processing.
Exclusive natural DHA/EPA enrichment process: enriches omega-3 yield, preserves triglyceride form, extracts toxic contaminants to virtually undetectable levels, delivers “”cleaner”” taste.
Independent batch testing: Surpasses international quality standards for: heavey metals (mercury, lead, arsenic, cadmium); pesticides, various chlorinated phenolic products (PCBs); dioxins and furans; PCDDs and PDCFs.
Freshness: Prevents oxidation, maintains stability at time of manufacture and throughout shelf life.
Great taste: Less oily, exceptional freshness, brimming with natural fruit flavours to ensure no fishy smell or aftertaste!
Building sustainability: Compliance with ethical fishing organizations and regulated fishery partners.
1. Garaiova, I, Guschina, IA, Plummer, SF, Tang, J, Wang, D, Plummer, NT. Nutrition Journal. 2007; 6: 4-12.
4. Ikeda, I, Konno, R, Shimizu, T, Ide, T, Takahashi, N, Kawada, T, Nagao, K, Inoue, N, Yanagita, T, Hamada, T, Morinaga, Y, Tomoyori, H, Imaizumi, K, Suzuki, K. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 2006; 1760: 800-807.