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Omax3 Welcomes NSF Certified, Professional Strength Omega-3

05:24 EDT 7 Aug 2017 | PR Newswire

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The same Yale-affiliated scientists who developed Omax3 Ultra-Pure have introduced a pharmaceutical grade omega-3 supplement developed for professional athletes, healthcare providers and consumers who are looking for therapeutic results. Omax3 Professional Strength contains the revolutionary ProResolv formula to deliver 1000 mg of concentrated omega-3 in just one softgel; more than 10 times more omega-3 content than the top selling krill oil, targeted to resolve inflammation within the body.

The powerful Omax3 Professional Strength formula is NSF Certified for Sport, which means every box is third party tested to ensure the product contains what the label says, and is tested for more than 200 banned or prohibited substances including narcotics, steroids, stimulants, hormones and other related substances along with diuretics and unsafe levels of contaminants.

Omax3 Professional Strength is the perfect supplement for high performing individuals as it increases mental alertness and concentration, helps to reduce blood pressure and promotes heart health, and improves muscle recovery and delayed onset muscle soreness.

"Omax3 Professional Strength is unlike any other fish oil supplement on the market," said Joseph Maroon, MD, FAC and health expert on the team responsible for supporting the research behind Omax3 Professional Strength. "The top selling fish oils only use 30% omega-3, and when put in the freezer they appear cloudy. Omax3 Professional Strength remains clear because it's 93.9% pure omega-3 content."

Omax3 Professional Strength ProResolv formula consists of a 4:1 ratio of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). EPA is considered the most crucial fatty acid to reduce cellular inflammation in the body. Omax3 Professional Strength contains an additional 250mg of EPA/DHA per softgel compared to Omax3 Ultra Pure. This is over a 30% increase in the therapeutic ingredient EPA/DHA.

"We created Omax3 Professional Strength with high performance athletes in mind," said Kristin Chadwick, President and CEO of Omax3. "Our super-charged omega-3 formula is designed to maximize all the inflammation fighting benefits of omega-3 acids, so you can feel on top of your game, everyday."

Each softgel is individually blister packed for freshness, which reduces the normal oxidation process that happens with bottles. That means no sticky pills, and no fishy smell or taste.

Each box of Omax3 Professional Strength contains 60 soft gels, and retails for $69.95. The product is available through healthcare professionals or exclusively at omaxhealth.com.  

ABOUT OMAX HEALTHOmax Health is a US-based company that develops "Omax3 Ultra-Pure Omega-3" products, the only omega-3 brand to use 93.9% concentrated omega-3 in each pill. The brand was developed by Yale affiliated scientists to help naturally resolve inflammation in the body.

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