Multivitamins & Omega 3

Multivitamins & Omega 3

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Omega 3 & Multivitamins Support


100% herbal origin

gluten free, lactose free, sugar free, for vegetarians



Algae Omega 3, DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), Fortified Yeast (B-complex including Riboflavin (vitamin B2), Niacin (vitamin B3), Vitamin B6, Folate (vitamin B9), Vitamin B12 and others). 

Recommended dose for daily intake:

1 capsules per day, during meals. Dosage for children is established by pediatric or family doctor.


Additional Information on Active Ingredients according to researched bibliography:


Algae Omega 3 

Omega-3 (ω-3) fatty acids are polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) and essential to the human body, by providing significant health benefits, particularly in reducing cardiac diseases such as arrhythmia, stroke and high blood pressure. Additionally, studies have shown they offer beneficial effects to depression, rheumatoid arthritis and asthma. Until recently, the principal source of EPA and DHA for human consumption is marine fatty fish such as salmon, mullet and mackerel. However, the presence of chemical contaminants (e.g. mercury) in fish oil can be harmful to consumers. In addition, fish oil is not suitable for vegetarians and the odor makes it unattractive. That is why we are using Omega 3 coming from microalgae instead of fish oil.


Health benefits of microalgae omega-3 fatty acids:

Omega-3 fatty acids represent an important structural component of human cell membranes, particularly neuronal cells. Studies has shown that consumption of EPA and DHA supplements prevent cardiovascular, nervous system and inflammatory conditions. With regards to cardiovascular health, regular consumption of ω-3 fatty acids can help reduce the risk of hypertension, thrombosis, myocardial infarction and cardiac arrhythmias. In addition to cardiovascular benefits, omega-3 fatty acids have also demonstrated positive effects on brain function and the nervous system. In pregnant women, the adequate intake of EPA and DHA is crucial for healthy development of the fetal brain. Same applies for infants. Interestingly, increased consumption of DHA may also diminish the severity of depression. Better immunity effects have been observed when ω-3 fatty acids were used in the treatment of inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, psoriasis, asthma, lupus and cystic fibrosis, while children ingesting omega -3 had a lower probability of suffering from asthma. Increasing the levels of DHA and EPA in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and ulcerative colitis has also been found to reduce pain and improve conditions.


Potential health benefits: 

Omega-3 supplements may reduce blood pressure and improve blood vessel function, which may lower your risk of heart attack or stroke, reduce triglycerides levels and improve cholesterol levels as well.

In addition, recent clinical trials showed that taking omega-3 reduced the risk of heart attack and all heart disease, as well as death from these conditions. May reduce depression. People diagnosed with depression often have lower levels of EPA and DHA in their blood. Correspondingly, an analysis of studies showed that people with higher intake of omega-3 had a lower risk of depression or an improvement in their symptoms of depression. May benefit eye health. Several studies showed that people with dry eyes or eye fatigue, taking omega-3 helped minimized the symptoms by decreasing the tear evaporation rate, especially for those who experience eye irritation from wearing contacts or working on the computer for more than 3 hours per day.

Algae is a non-fish source of omega-3, which makes it excellent choice for those who have fish allergy or don’t eat fish in general.


DHA (docosahexaenoic acid)

- Reduces Heart Disease Risk

- May Improve Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) - characterized by impulsive behaviors and difficulty in concentration.

- Supports Muscle Recovery After Exercise

- Helps Some Eye Conditions


May Reduce Risk of Certain Cancers. Chronic inflammation is a risk factor for cancer. Higher intake of omega-3 fats such as DHA has been linked to a lower risk of several cancers, including colorectal, pancreatic, breast and prostate cancer. DHA may help reduce cancer risk through its anti-inflammatory effects. Cell studies also show that it may inhibit cancer cell growth. Additionally, a small number of studies suggest that DHA may improve chemotherapy benefits.


May Help Prevent or Slow Alzheimer’s Disease. DHA is the main omega-3 fat in your brain and essential for a functional nervous system, which includes your brain. Studies have shown that people with Alzheimer’s disease have lower levels of DHA in their brains than older adults with good brain function, hence a higher intake of omega-3 fats was linked to a reduced risk of declining mental ability (a characteristic of different types of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease). The evidence suggests that DHA and other omega-3 supplements may be most beneficial before brain function significantly declines and interferes with daily activities.


Lowers Blood Pressure and Supports Circulation. DHA supports good blood flow, or circulation, and may improve endothelial function — the ability of your blood vessels to dilate. A review of 20 studies found that DHA and EPA may also help lower blood pressure. DHA reduced diastolic blood pressure helps against heart attack and stroke.


Aids Normal Brain and Eye Development in Babies. DHA is essential for brain and eye development in babies. These organs grow rapidly during a woman’s last trimester of pregnancy and the first few years of life. According to several studies, it’s important for women to get enough DHA during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.


Supports Men’s Reproductive Health. Almost 50% of infertility cases are due to factors in men’s reproductive health, and dietary fat intake has been shown to affect sperm health. In fact, low DHA status is the most common cause of low-quality sperm and frequently found in men with subfertility or infertility problems. Getting adequate DHA supports both the vitality (percentage of live, healthy sperm in semen) and motility of sperm, which impacts fertility.


Protect Mental Health. Getting adequate amounts of DHA and EPA is associated with a reduced risk of depression. Many studies show DHA and EPA aid serotonin, a nerve messenger which can help balance your mood and their anti-inflammatory effects on nerve cells may reduce depression risk as well.


Algae is a non-fish source of DHA, which makes it excellent choice for those who have fish allergy or don’t eat fish in general.



B complex vitamins

B vitamins are a group of nutrients that play many important roles in your body. Most people get these vitamins through diet alone since they are found in a wide variety of foods. However, factors like age, pregnancy, poor dietary choices and busy way of life, medical conditions, genetics, medication and alcohol use increase the body’s demand for B vitamins. B vitamins are water-soluble, which means your body does not store them. For this reason, your diet must supply them each day. Our B-complex vitamins contains:


B1 (thiamine): Thiamine plays an essential role in metabolism by helping convert nutrients into energy. Reduces the effects of sepsis (a severe response to infection). Helps fight depression. Good for diabetes. Prevents kidney and circulation problems. Minimizes the risk of heart disease. Improves memory.


B2 (riboflavin): Riboflavin helps convert food into energy and also acts as an antioxidant. Riboflavin, along with all other B vitamins, is important for maintaining optimal nutrition and health. It plays an important role in breaking down nutrients in food—including carbohydrates, proteins, and fats—to produce energy. Moreover riboflavin is also considered beneficial in preventing or treating certain medical conditions, including migraines, certain types of cancer, cataracts, preeclampsia, seizures, cardiovascular disease and dementia.


B3 (niacin): Niacin plays a role in cellular signaling, metabolism and DNA production and repair. Improves blood fat levels. May reduce blood pressure. May help treat type 1 diabetes. Boosts brain function. Improves skin health.


B5 (pantothenic acid): Like other B vitamins, pantothenic acid helps your body obtain energy from food and is also involved in hormone and cholesterol production, including converting food into glucose, synthesizing cholesterol, forming sex and stress-related hormones and forming red blood cells. People take vitamin B5 supplements and derivatives to help with a range of conditions. These conditions include: acne, ADHD, alcoholism, allergies, asthma, baldness, burning feet syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, celiac disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, colitis, conjunctivitis, convulsions, cystitis, dandruff, depression, diabetic nerve pain, dizziness, enlarged prostate, headaches, heart failure, insomnia, irritability, leg cramps, low blood pressure, low blood sugar, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, neuralgia, obesity, osteoarthritis, Parkinson’s disease, premenstrual syndrome, respiratory disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, salicylate toxicity, tongue infections, wound healing and yeast infections.


B6 (pyridoxine): Pyridoxine is involved in amino acid metabolism, red blood cell production and the creation of neurotransmitters. Our body can’t produce vitamin B6, so we must obtain it from foods or supplements. Consuming adequate amounts of vitamin B6 is important for optimal health and may even prevent and treat chronic diseases. May Improve Mood and Reduce Symptoms of Depression. May Promote Brain Health and Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk. May Prevent and Treat Anemia by Aiding Hemoglobin Production. May Be Useful in Treating Symptoms of PMS. May Help Treat Nausea during Pregnancy. May Prevent Clogged Arteries and Reduce Heart Disease Risk. May Help Prevent Cancer. May Promote Eye Health and Prevent Eye Diseases. May Treat Inflammation Associated With Rheumatoid Arthritis.


B7 (biotin): Biotin is essential for carbohydrate and fat metabolism and regulates gene expression. The word “biotin” comes from the ancient Greek word “biotos,” which means “life” or “sustenance.” Biotin, help keep your skin, hair, eyes, liver, and nervous system healthy. Biotin is also a crucial nutrient during pregnancy, as it’s important for embryonic growth. Biotin is important for maintaining a healthy pregnancy, for nails hair and skin, for lowering blood glucose, for controlling neuropathy and prenatal care.


B9 (folate): Folate is needed for cell growth, amino acid metabolism, the formation of red and white blood cells and proper cell division. Both Folic acid and folate are used for the prevention of birth defects and pregnancy complications, for folate deficiency (which can occur due to a variety of causes, including inadequate dietary intake, surgery, pregnancy, alcoholism, and malabsorptive diseases), for brain health, for adjunctive treatment of mental health disorders, for reduction of heart disease risk factors and some studies even showed that folate may have protective effects against certain types of cancer.


B12 (cobalamin): Perhaps the most well-known of all the B vitamins, B12 is vital for neurological function, DNA production and red blood cell development. Vitamin B12 may benefit your body in impressive ways.  Helps with red blood cell formation and anemia prevention. May prevent major birth defects. May support bone health and prevent osteoporosis. May reduce your risk of macular degeneration. May improve mood and symptoms of depression. May benefit your brain by preventing the loss of neurons. May give you an energy boost. May improve heart health by decreasing homocysteine. Supports healthy hair, skin and nails.

Nutrients of note

Some main nutritional benefits of fortified yeast include:

Protein: Nutritional yeast contains all nine essential amino acids that you must obtain from food. It’s also a source of high quality plant protein.

B vitamins: Fortified nutritional yeast is especially rich in B vitamins, including thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), and B6 and B12.

Trace minerals: These include zinc, selenium, manganese, and molybdenum, which are involved in gene regulation, metabolism, growth, and immunity.


Do not take the product in case of hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.

In case of osteoporosis or high risk of osteoporosis, do not exceed one capsule per day.

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.

Food supplements should not be used as a substitute of a balanced diet. 

Keep away from young children. 

This product is not intended for the prevention, cure or treatment of a human disease. 

Consult with your doctor if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, taking pharmaceutical treatment or having health problems. 

Special precautions for product storage:

Store in a dry place at 10-25 C, in the original package. 

Protect against dampness and light.

The expiry date refers to the product in an intact packaging which is properly stored.






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