Pure Alaska Omega-3 Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil 1000mg 210 ct

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Pure Alaska Omega-3 Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil 1000mg 210 ct

Pure Alaska Omega-3 Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil 1000mg 210 ct

  • Made in the USA using wild caught salmon from the cold clean waters of the North Pacific; Made with sustainable salmon
  • Gently cold pressed and extra virgin to preserve the oil’s natural balance
  • Naturally free of metals, toxins and pollutants; Naturally high in EPA and DHA, the beneficial omega-3s
  • Two Pure Alaska Omega Wild Salmon Oil softgels deliver 600mg Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  • One serving per day is equivalent to two portions of cooked salmon per week

Eating oily fish is the best way to get your Omega-3s (including EPA and DHA). The next best way is to take Pure Alaska Omega Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil! It all starts with the sustainable harvest of wild salmon in the cold and pristine waters of Alaska. Cold processing preserves all the beneficial nutrients of the salmon. The result is a fish oil that contains the purest omega-3s in a naturally balanced state. Pure Alaska Omega Salmon Oil is the only naturally balanced fish oil, delivering omega-3

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  • Anonymous

    291 of 296 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent company!, June 17, 2013

    I was contemplating which fish oil to take and if I should go the “natural” route or the more concentrated route. I decided to email the company and was pleasantly surprised when I received such an excellent, informative response! Even better information than I was able to research on google so I felt I should share it with everyone so everyone can benefit. The email is below.


    Thanks for your continued interest in Pure Alaska Omega(tm) cold pressed wild Alaska salmon oil (WASO) and our clinical strength 85% omega-3 Pollock oil.

    Our salmon oil is very different from our new, highly refined “clinical strength” Pollock oil (HIPPO). Both oils are really great and it is not possible to say one is better than the other. The right choice for you really depends on your needs, goals, and health care providers recommendations. Let me explain a little about the similarities and differences between these two oils so you can make a better decision regarding the two options.

    There are three ways you can get fish oil in supplements:

    Ethyl Esters (EE) – the majority of oils on the shelves at retail are in this form. Natural triglycerides are broken down through refining to free fatty acids and glycerol by breaking the ester bond which attached the three fatty acid molecules to the glycerol backbone (tri – glycerides).
    Reformed Triglycerides (rTG ) – these are EE’s that are enzymatically or chemically reattached to a glycerol molecule so as to put them back into a “Natural Triglyceride Form”. This process is expensive so most fish oil refiners prefer to stop at the EE form for softgel encapsulation. A few Omega-3’s claim to be in the rTG from. There is no scientific evidence that rTG’s are more bioavailable than the EE form and certainly not than the nTG form. Some fish oil markets would like to claim otherwise.
    Naturally Formed Triglycerides (nTG); this is the form that the Omega-3 fatty acids take when you consume them in your diet, like by eating oily fish. This is the natural form that the oils come in, not a chemically reconstructed form from purified EE’s.

    Pure Alaska Omega salmon oil is one of the only nTG oils in the marketplace. It is also the only cold pressed and extra-virgin fish oil. Our 85% clinical strength Alaskan Omega-3 Pollock oil is the highest concentration EE available without prescription. We cover both ends of the spectrum with our two oils, but not the middle, which is contested by thousands of other fish oil marketing companies all drawing their oils from pretty much the same well of south American sardine and anchovy heat rendered oils.

    In order to explain the difference between our two oils, we have to talk about the processes used to produce them. The salmon oil is extracted at low temp, in a very gentle manner. This oil remains in its true naturally formed triglyceride state (the same as you would get from eating fresh salmon). It remains in its naturally balanced triglyceride state and also still contains the oil soluble compounds found naturally in free swimming salmon, like Vitamin A, D, E, and K as well as Astaxanthin and phospholipids which I call the companion compounds.

    On the other hand, our clinical strength oil is heat rendered and then distilled to produce a highly concentrated omega-3 oil in an ethyl ester form. In order to get the higher levels of EPA and DHA in the softgels, the oil must be refined as an ethyl ester. However, the natural oil soluble companion compounds are lost/removed in the rendering and refining processes.

    With that in mind, the two oils have some similarities:
    Both Pure Alaska Omega(tm) oils are:
    a. made in USA (by us)
    b. Harvested in the cold clean waters off Alaska, USA
    c. Certified sustainable
    d. 100% traceable

    The major differences are:
    WASO is extracted in a low temp food grade unique process. HIPPO oil is a heat rendered oil.
    WASO is not in any way further refined after low temp extraction (a truly natural oil). HIPPO oil is distilled and refined extensively in order to increase the level of the OMEGA-3’s from 30% to 85%. The OMEGA-3 fatty acid levels in WASO are those found naturally in the salmon, about 30%.
    WASO remains in its naturally formed triglyceride state. HIPPO oil has been esterified and is sold in an ethyl ester form.
    WASO oil is in a “20 oblong” softgel with 1,000mg of oil in it. HIPPO oil, because it is so highly concentrated, is in a 10 oblong softgel with 625 mg of oil.
    Each WASO softgel contains 300mg of Omega-3’s (30%). Each Hippo softgel contains 530mg of Omega-3 (85%).

    So the real difference is that WASO is still in a naturally formed triglyceride state and in a natural balance whereas the HIPPO oil is a highly refined and distilled oil ethyl ester which is not in a natural Omega-3 balance.


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  • Anonymous

    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Product!, December 13, 2018
    Amazon Customer

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    I have used these same pills for 10 yrs. I take 3 a day. I was off my Cholesterol meds, in about 6 months,after using these.And have not had to go back on my meds since. I highly recommend them.

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