Newsletter

Wondering Where Fish Oil Even Comes From?


Fish oil is obviously oil derived from fish, but have you ever wondered where it comes from.

Well, you may be surprised to know that you don’t have to drill a well into a fish to extract the oil.

The manufacturing process is actually a little bit simpler, and far more humane.

We’re confident you’re going to enjoy using our high-potency version of this fish oil…

And we have the testimonials to prove you’re not the only one!


The Best Fish Oil

This is really good fish oil. It has no fishy taste. I have felt a significant difference taking this Omega 3 supplement.


We hope you enjoy taking this fish oil and all it can do for you…

And now we want to show you how it’s made.

The Ingredients In Fish Oil REALLY Matter

Like with anything in your diet, what you eat and the quality of that food has a direct effect on your health.

Everyone knows that preservatives and potentially carcinogenic food ingredients can cause health issues downstream.

And there’s clear evidence showing that farm-raised meats like cows, fish, and chickens can produce unwanted imbalances in key nutrients.

Because this is true we’ve only selected sustainably sourced and wild caught fish to procure our version of fish oil.

We source our fish from pure Icelandic sardine and anchovies, which are some of the most plentiful fish sources on the planet… and are also some of the healthiest in that they don’t carry high levels of heavy metals.

In fact, the fish we use come from the cold waters of Iceland and carry an Icelandic Responsible Fisheries certification. 

These fish sources have some of the highest levels of EPA and DHA, are not farm raised and all ingredients in our fish oil are non-GMO.

Ok, now that we made mention of that, let’s talk about how fish oil is made.

There are several methods for making fish oil.

The one we like the most relies on pressing cooked fish so that all the fatty acids are collected in a barrel and then placed inside of a centrifuge which spins at a high speed to help separate impurities from the oil.

Other methods to make fish oil rely on acids and chemicals, which aren’t necessarily bad… but we like to get you fish oil that doesn’t rely extensively on chemicals for production.

At the end of the day it comes down to making sure the fish oil you’re taking is the healthiest version possible, and we believe ours fits the bill.

 

Talk soon,

Related Posts

Are You Doomscrolling?
Are You Doomscrolling?
Doomscrolling is a word I’d never heard of until a few days ago. But, if you’re doing it, there’s little doubt that it can have negative effects on your health. So to piggyback off of the article I wrote last week about ways to promote...
Read More
Why Patients Are Raving about This Small Orange Bottle
Why Patients Are Raving about This Small Orange Bottle
Sometimes in life, a simple idea can set the world on fire. And in other cases, it can set a small pocket of the world on fire. Take for instance a product that Dr. Wiggy and his wife Emily produce called Clean It Well.  This little bo...
Read More
Did You Know This about Hand Sanitizer (not good)?
Did You Know This about Hand Sanitizer (not good)?
Over the past 12 months, people have been using an inordinate amount of hand sanitizer in order to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. And who can blame people from feeling like they can’t live without it? The media has drilled...
Read More
fish oil