Vegetology have cut fish out of the equation when it comes to Omega 3. How exactly? Well, fish get their Omega 3 from algae, so they’ve removed the middle man – or fish if you prefer – and gone straight to the source. This is a great development for vegans and vegetarians alike. You see the goodness many claim as an excuse for eating animals, comes from those animals eating plants and algae in the first place.
Opti-3 Omega 3 EPA & DHA is a totally natural, high strength supplement, with a bonus dose of plant source vitamin D3. It provides all the same benefits of heart, brain, joint and eye health, without the health or moral concerns of eating fish, and it’s higher in Omega 3 than many fish oil based supplements.
Thanks to the Vegan Lifestyle Association, I had a chance to try out a pot of Opti3. So, how do I feel since taking this supplement? I feel more calm, relaxed and able to deal with the stresses of every day life (even though I’ve been taxed to my limits with buying a new house)! I feel more limber during my daily yoga practice and generally healthier overall. As it’s coming into winter, I’m pretty sure this is the supplement, as it’s certainly not the sunshine!
Overall, I think this is a lovely supplement. It costs £16.95 for a tub of 60 capsules (1 month supply), although there is currently a 3 for 2 offer on the Vegetology website. It’s well worth it as far as I’m concerned.
This review has been organised by the Vegan Lifestyle Association. It has not been paid for and the products were sent free of charge. This is my genuine and unbiased review of the product.