Fish oil is famous as a rich source of Omega-3 fatty acids. However, one of the classic struggles is finding an oil supplement that is clean, potent, and palatable.
“We have many products that feature a very high concentration of Omega-3 fatty acids,” explains Arctic Blue founder and CEO Ludo van de Wiel. “A single 5 ml dose of our Pure Arctic MSC Fish Oil gives you the same amount of Omega 3s as if you ate half a herring. This concentration of 380 mg of EPA and 450 mg DHA on a daily basis is good for your heart, your eyes, and your brain.”
Van de Wiel adds that while the concentration is important, the flavor profile is a big part of why so many people love his company’s fish oil products. “The high concentration is a great way to access key nutrients on a daily basis,” he explains, “but it’s the smooth orange flavor and lack of a fishy aftertaste that makes our products particularly appealing. It’s a truly non-fishy fish oil that provides all the benefits without the unpleasant taste.”
Arctic Blue is able to maintain this high standard of potency and palatability due to the way it obtains its oils. The Norwegian-sourced bottles are considered a “full spectrum fish oil.” This means it is a natural, non-concentrated cod oil with a very broad fatty acid profile that is unique to Norwegian wild cod.
More than 75% of the oil’s fats are mono or poly-unsaturated, and it contains more than 30 different fatty acids. This includes multiple Omega fatty acids, all of which are present in the product. It also includes five types of Omega-3 fats besides the classic DHA and EPA.
The brand’s fish oils have an agreeable flavor profile and are sourced from the Arctic (Norway and Alaska) along with algae-based vegan alternatives, marine collagen, and other related products. Learn more at arctic-blue.com.