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Nanomega - Vegan Omega-3 Supplement

You may have considered a fish oil supplement to increase your omega-3 intake, but perhaps fish oil pills are not an option because you are a vegan, vegetarian or you just cannot handle the fish burps. You can still get the omega-3 EFAs that you need with our vegan omega-3 supplement. Made with organic flaxseed and marine algae, Nanomega gives you your omega 3 fatty acids and helps to maintain optimal overall health.

• SCIENCE-BASED: Nanomega is our vegan/vegetarian alternative to fish oil. By incorporating DHA, organic golden flaxseed, Vitamin E, B6, B12, folic acid, and vegan vitamin D, we have created a superior supplement to support: cholesterol levels, blood pressure, vision, mood, joints, and gastrointestinal health.

• ENHANCED BIOAVAILABILITY: Created from the world's best organic flaxseed and marine algae, this formulation is brilliantly put together to give you your essential omega-3 fatty acids and help keep your heart, brain, and vision working at an optimal level. With our natural enhanced absorption, you see and feel the benefits much faster.

• HEALTH BENEFITS: Nanomega is far richer in vitamins, fiber, antioxidants, and phytoestrogens. This vegan product is made from organic ingredients from an environmentally sustainable source.

• THE PUREST SOURCE: Created from the world's best organic flaxseed and marine algae. The secret is our Meadow Pure Flaxseed ™ which is carefully selected from fully mature flaxseeds, which are richest in antioxidants.

Mix 1 scoop of nanomega with 6-8 oz. of cold water. Shake briskly or blend in a blender bottle. We love to take ours first thing in the morning to alkalize, energize and give you what you need to get the day started. Try mixing with Nanopro and Nanogreens to get a nice fruity flavor. Or, try mixing with unsweetened almond milk, coconut milk or add it to a smoothie.


How To Enjoy: Mix one scoop of nanomega with 6-8 ounces cold water, juice or milk. Shake or blend and enjoy!

Children under 12 take half a serving.

IMPORTANT: Must be refrigerated upon arrival. Consume within 6 weeks of opening. Product is guaranteed for 90 days from date of invoice and only if stored properly.

Be your own mixologist! nanomega is delicious when mixed with other nanos too. Our favorite way is with coconut or unsweetened almond milk!

When to take : nanomega is great any time of day. We love to take ours first thing in the morning to alkalize, energize, increase awesomeness and give you what you need to take on the world.

Getting flax in your daily diet is as important as brushing your teeth or taking your multivitamin" David Williams, DC, Editor, Alternatives Health Technology Report.

Essential fatty acids (EFAs) are long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids that are essential for health and are classified commonly into omega-3 and omega-6 families. The omega-3 family includes alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), while the omega-6 family includes linoleic acid (LA), gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), dihomogammalinolenic acid (DGLA), and arachidonic acid (AA).

The North American population consumes in excess of LA and AA but not enough of omega-3 EFAs. Due to modern life style and dietary habits, LA is not metabolized properly leading to a functional deficiency of GLA and DGLA. DGLA produces anti-inflammatory, vasodilatory and anti-aggregatory eicosanoids while AA produces pro-inflammatory, vasoconstrictor, and pro-aggregatory eicosanoids. Excess of AA may be contributing to many of the health problems common to North American society.

A change in dietary habits to include more fruits and vegetables and the elimination of processed foods can correct this imbalance; however, changing dietary habits is a most difficult act. EFAs can be supplemented as capsules but many people do not want to take them.

Fortification of food with EFAs provides an excellent opportunity as more people are buying foods that offer healthy choices. At the same time, people do not want to sacrifice taste. - Essential Fatty Acids and Functional Foods. Rakesh Kapoor, Bioriginal FoodScience Corp., Canada

To help you better appreciate the importance and potential of plant based omega3 supplementation with synergistic vitamins in functional food, or "super food" formulas, there follows below articles and charts written or selected by Doctor Maher, V.P. of Education and Research for BioPharma Scientific.

This brief article presents the pros and cons of supplementing omega 3 fatty acids with fish oil vs flax and presents the scientific rational for the unique combination of ingredients in nanomega. Fish vs. Flax: The

Alpha and the Omega (34 KB)

Although fish oil is well known to promote heart health, flax has a surprising amount of positive heart health research as well as this article demonstrates.

Flaxseed for Heart Healthy Nutrition (28 KB)

This two page article reviews a scientific paper on the unique benefits of ALA (alpha linolenic acid) versus EPA/DHA.

Omega-3: Overlooked and Misunderstood? (23 KB)

This two page report of a scientific study explains why nanomega is as complete as fish oil when it comes to omega3 nutrition, while providing so much more.

New Study: Dietary ALA sufficient to raise omega-3 levels (282 KB)

Some may know flaxseed is the most readily available plant source of the essential omega-3 fatty acid, alpha-linoleic acid (ALA), and is rich in both soluble and insoluble fiber. Fewer, however, are aware of the potentially wholesome effects of the antioxidant phytoestrogen lignans found so abundantly in flaxseed.

Making a Case for Flax Lignans (26 KB)

Flaxseed lignans might offer protection against breast, prostate, colon, and skin cancers while the soluble fibre they contain could help maintain steady blood sugar levels according to...

Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety (11 KB)

This one page review of research announced in the Journal of Nutrition reports that the phytonutrient phytoestrogens and antioxidants in flaxseed are more bioavailable when crushed.

Crushed and Ground Flaxseed More Bioavailable (9 KB)

These charts demonstrate that flaxseed and flax oil are by far the richest plant sources of omega-3 fatty acids.

Content of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids in vegetable oils and seeds (23 KB)

Flaxseed is one of nature's most nutrient rich grains. Flax healthy omega-3 EFA, lignan, fibers, balanced protein and natural antioxidants and their potential to support a wide range of general health functions are briefly reviewed here.

Nutritional Benefits of Flax (66 KB)

Understanding the composition of flax helps in recognizing its value in a healthy diet. The physical descriptors of flax or linseed, as it is sometimes called, distinguish it from other major oil seeds such as canola and sunflower. The following discussion provides a basis for considering the health benefits of flax.

Flax Primer (128 KB)

Flaxseed is rich in ALA, a short chain omega3 that can be converted somewhat into the long chain EPA. However, its conversion to the long chain DHA is poor. A vegan marine algae source (non fish) DHA has been added to nanomega because of its many unique benefits as outlined in this abstract published in Pharmological Research.

The Health Benefits of DHA (20 KB)

Lignans, for which flaxseed is the richest source, have a very positive influence on health, especially in women.

Lignans Linked to Healthier, Thinner Women (16 KB)

Better methods for stabilizing fish oils are needed to protect consumers from the toxic products produced when they go bad, says a team of New Zealand researchers.

Warning: Oxidized fish oils on market may harm consumers! (16 KB)

Two recent studies published in the International Journal of Cancer Nutrition and Cancer (IJCN) provide further evidence that higher intake of omega-3-fats, vitamin E, beta-carotene and dietary fiber can help reduce the risk of breast cancer. Previous evidence suggests that as much as 50 percent of breast cancer cases are attributable to faulty dietary behaviors.

Breast Cancer: Protection with Omega-3 Fats, Vitamin E, Beta-Carotene, and Dietary Fiber (16 KB)

With all the concern with sun exposure and toxins from fish, sub-optimal vitamin D status may be endemic in Northern States why the recommended daily intakes of vitamin D should be quadrupled to 800 International Units, says a leading US expert from Boston University School of Medicine.

Scientists Recommend Doubling Vitamin D RDV (12 KB)

Over half of adolescents are low in vitamin D and at risk for osteoporosis and other immune related problems later in life in later life.

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (20 KB)

Various study results involving folate (AKA folic acid or vitamin B9) reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, including analysis of existing data on folate levels during the fortification efforts begun in 1998, as well as papers on plasma folate and cognitive performance, and folate intake and cardiovascular endothelial health, are briefly reviewed herein.

Increased Folate Needed for Cardio-Vascular and Brain Health (19 KB)

According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, vitamins B12, B6 and B9 (folic acid) work closely together to control blood levels of the amino acid homocysteine. Elevated levels of this substance appear to be linked to heart disease. Plus, vitamin B6 is essential for normal brain development and function, participating in the process of making important brain chemicals called neurotransmitters.

University of Maryland on B Vitamins (9 KB)

According to Dr. James Meschino the preferred form of vitamin E to help patients support breast and prostate health may be vitamin E Succinate.

Vitamin E Succinate: The Preferred Form of Vitamin E to Combat Breast, Prostate and Other Cancers (31 KB)

Ingestion of prebiotic inulin and maltodextrin greatly increases probiotic (healthy microorganisms) in the alimentary canal (intestines) of humans.

Double Blind Placebo Controlled Study to Establish the Bifidogenic Dose of Inulin in Healthy Human (602 KB)

To better prove that nanomega is of the highest nutritional potency, purity and bioavailability, we provide the following reports and independent analysis results below.

Oxygen Radical Absorption Analysis shows nanomega to provide 4,584 ORAC antioxidant units per serving with a particularly strong lipophillic component.

ORAC Report, nanomega, 04.03.08, Lot # 662008, Brunswick Labs (17 KB)

Typical Nutritional Analysis of just the Golden Flax and Vegan DHA portion, including microbial report.

Flax and DHA Nutritional Analysis (61 KB)

Our Golden Flax, Soluble Rice Bran and Rice Maltodextrin are all Certified Organic. For rice certifications email Vincent Duprat.

Organic Certification Flax (2355 KB)

Our fatty acid oxidation levels are all below "Non-Detectable" (ND)

Lipid Oxidation Test Reports (533 KB)

NSF Independent Nutritional Analysis fats, proteins, carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins and minerals.

NSF Nutritional Analysis (84 KB)

Global Lifescience Solutions, LLC., an NSF International Co., has tested the first 2007 run of NanOmega3 and found it free of steroids, stimulants, diuretics, beta agonists and illegal drugs or false positive tests for same.

nanomega Tested for Illegal Drugs, Stimulants and Steroid False Positives (102 KB)

VitaFiber* Certificate of Analysis

VitaFiber* C of A (89 KB)

nanomegas golden color comes from its organic golden flax and non-GMO curcumin extract containing 85% circuminoids. Each serving of nanomega provides 70 mg of circumin extract from turmeric!

Curcumin Product Specification Sheet (57 KB)

We use only natural vitamin E Succinate, as this form is thought to best promote breast health.

Natural Vitamin Succinate Specification Sheet (21 KB)