Omega 3 Fish Oil PCOS Diva Supplement
PCOS Diva Ultra DHA Omega 3 Fish Oil Supplement
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“I recently purchased your Omega 3 capsules and they are making a difference in my overall health.” – Vicky

I really like the DHA fish oil. It comes in an easy to swallow capsule and does not give me fish burps. – J. Barry

I purchased Ultra DHA Omega 3 Fish Oil, NAC N-Acetyl Cysteine, and Super Magnesium from PCOS Diva because I know I can trust in Amy and these products.  I feel a lot better since using them and plan to try Ovasitol next!  – Miranda

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PCOS Diva Ultra DHA Omega 3 Fish Oil Supplement

Powerful combination of DHA and EPA Omega 3 fatty acids

$39.00 60 capsules
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Studies show that DHA helps moderate testosterone levels and provide mood support.*  In fact, in overweight women with PCOS, omega 3 fatty acids (DHA) are also proven to reduce fatty liver, control insulin, and improve hair and skin, as well as lower triglycerides and blood pressure.  This powerful nutrient is commonly found in fish and some algae, but adequate amounts are sorely lacking in the majority of even the best diets. PCOS Diva Ultra DHA supplement is a highly concentrated combination of both DHA and EPA for maximum nutritional benefit.  PCOS Diva Ultra DHA may support:

  • Healthy hormone, reproductive and liver functions*
  • Normal cholesterol and blood pressure levels*
  • Mood and heightened brain function *
  • Normal insulin production*
  • Healthy inflammation response*

 

I searched long and hard for supplements I could trust to consistently deliver safe and effective high quality nutrients.  I finally found it  with one of the most respected nutraceutical companies in the United States.   In fact, they are GMP certified, which means their products are held to the highest quality standards.  I am excited to share this windfall with you.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

For more on the benefits of Fish oil, read my article: The Fish Oil Fix.

 

In a modern diet, DHA can be found in fish and marine animals, certain algae, grass fed animals and mother’s milk.  As you can imagine, the vast majority of women do not consume the necessary amount of DHA.  PCOS Diva Ultra DHA fills the gap using its powerful combination of DHA and EPA to help lift your mood and improve your overall health.*

PCOS Diva Ultra DHA is carefully sourced from a company that places quality, efficacy and safety above cost.  This is why they convert to TG (natural triglyceride state) the maximum amount possible, between 90 and 100%.  Their process is the gold standard, resulting in higher expense, but also in a finished product with the highest stability and bioavailability in the form closest to what is found in nature.  Fish oil blends and concentrates bearing the TruTG™ seal are 90 to 100% triglyceride (TG) bound omega-3 fish oils, which are 40%-50% higher than the industry standard for TG fish oil concentrate products!

Resources:

[1] Azadeh Nadjarzadeh, Ph.D., The effect of omega-3 supplementation on androgen profile and menstrual status in women with polycystic ovary syndrome: A randomized clinical trial, Iran J Reprod Med. 2013 Aug; 11(8): 665–672.
[2] Festa, A et al, Chronic subclinical inflammation as part of the insulin resistance syndrome: the Insulin Reistance Atherosclerosis Study (IRAS), Circulation, 2000, 4(102):42-7
[3] Strolien, LH et al, Fish oil prevents insulin resistance induced by a high-fat feeding in rats, Sciuence, 1987, 21(237):885-8
[4] Lawson, L.D. and B.G. Hughes, Human absorption of fish oil fatty acids as triacylglycerols, free acids, or ethyl esters. Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 1988. 152(1): p. 328-35.
[5] Krokan, H.E., K.S. Bjerve, and E. Mork, The enteral bioavailability of eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid is as good from ethyl esters as from glyceryl esters in spite of lower hydrolytic rates by pancreatic lipase in vitro. Biochim Biophys Acta, 1993. 1168(1): p. 59-67.

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