Thanks to Life & Food, I received a bottle of their Omega-3 Supreme [1,400 mg fish oil, +75% Omega-3s – for healthy heart, brain, & joint support]. 🙂
Life & Food Omega-3 Supreme Advantage
~ Fish Oil concentrate from IFOS 5-star certified fish oils.
~ Contains the minimum recommended 1,000 mg [1g] of Omega-3s per serving.
~ Pharmaceutical grade 75% Omega-3s [with EPA/DHA meeting GOED Standard levels].
~ Sourced from wild Alaskan caught Pollock. Sustainable and certified operation by MSC.
~ Molecularly distilled, clean refined and tested to show the lowest peroxide and p-anisdine levels on the market.
~ Easy to swallow soft gelatin capsules.
~ Enteric coated for max absorption and no fish burps.
~ USA Manufactured and laboratory tested in FDA, GMP, NSF certified facilities.
How Omega-3 Supreme Benefits Your Health
~ Helps reduce cholesterol and blood pressure levels.
~ Promotes healthy heart functions and reduce inflammation.
~ Helps to improve joint health.
~ Helps maintain and support healthy vision.
~ Shown to reduce stress and improve emotional quality.
Does not contain: GMOs, gluten, egg, additives, fillers, binders, artificial ingredients, soy, milk, peanut, shellfish, Stearates, Sulfates, Dioxides, or Laurates.
This product comes from a fishery that has been independently certified to the MSC’s standard for a well-managed and sustainable fishery. www.msc.org
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getting packages in the mail 🙂
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Majestic Bombay luxury tweezers & scissors set
my Cheshire cat shirt [“We’re all mad here”] 😀
Where The Wild Things Are
Life & Food Omega-3 Supreme
Angry Birds Epic [if you play, add me on FB so we can play together!].
exactly one month til I turn ‘dirty thirty’
my Motorola Nexus 6 phone
writing my weekly #gratitude posts
What are you grateful for?
** I’d like to take this gratitude thing to a whole new level- let’s make it a meme! Every Friday [or whatever day is best for you], consider making a list of the things you’re grateful for on your own blog [and don’t be afraid to share it here!] or, if you don’t have a blog, post it in the comments section below. It has worked wonders for my mental well being, forcing me to think about all the good things that happen each week, and it helps to keep me in a positive mindset, as well as staying grounded and appreciating the little things in life that make all the difference. This simple act inspires me to keep going, and maybe it’ll do some good for you as well. 😉 **