ShoalFoods™ Calamari

In the waters of Argentina’s vast shoal region, sunlight reaches the entire ecosystem and modifies the Near-Surface Omega™ content of all marine organisms. This results in a calamari oil that naturally yields greater than 30 percent Omega 3 and provides a 15:12 DHA to EPA ratio. That means more brain-healthy DHA than other marine sources, and its naturally balanced with EPA. Other brands artificially boost their DHA levels. ShoalFoods™ provide more DHA in an unaltered, Whole Omega Nutrient form.*

This oceanic biome also recovers faster from fishing activity. We’re able to harvest omega-rich deep-sea fish in relatively shallow waters, and that means no harm to deep ocean environments.  It’s an Omega-3 that makes you feel good in every way.

Healthy Marine Ecosystem, Healthy YOU

Today, with modern diets imbalanced in Omega-6 consumption, everyone can benefit from Omega-3 supplementation. ShoalFoods™ Calamari is inherently optimal for brain health and many other benefits.*

Aquatic Omega-3 DHA and EPA are well researched for their effects throughout the body:

  • Maintain healthy cognitive function*
  • Promote healthy focus and concentration*
  • Support balanced mood*
  • Support cardiovascular health*
  • Maintain joint health and comfort*
  • Support a healthy immune system*
  • Promote healthy hormonal balance*

Pregnant and lactating women are often encouraged to supplement with Omega-3 DHA because it has been found to:

  • Promote healthy fetal neurological development*
  • Promote healthy birth weight*
  • Support healthy neurological development in breastfed infants*

Isn’t it time for Whole Omega Nutrients that naturally supply the DHA levels that you need?

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