A. By using a unique and exclusive process known as “Molecular Differentiation” we can concentrate on specific omega 3 fatty acids while eliminating unnecessary elements.
A. Though we have known for some time that there are 8 members, technology did not exist that allowed us to “standardize” all 8 and guarantee delivery with every batch until now.
A. Molecular Differentiation is a technology used to select specific nutrient molecules from fish while eliminating or reducing the unwanted molecules.
A. Specific types of fish have specific fatty acid profiles. Tuna is naturally higher in DHA and its DPA precursor, therefore tuna oil was chosen as the starting point to maximize those omega-3 fatty acid levels.
A. Anchovies and sardines are both naturally higher in EPA and its ETA precursor. Anchovies and sardines were chosen as the starting point to maximize those omega-3 fatty acid levels.
A. This new leading edge Molecular Differentiation technology is used to select specific nutrient molecules from tuna, sardines and anchovies. The salmon oil used in Salmon Oil Plus and the original Salmon Oil products is derived by cold press processing to provide the whole food goodness of natural salmon oil. .
A. Leading edge research has shown DHA and related omega-3 fatty acid members are more important to overall health than was previously thought.
A. When Omega III Concentrate was formulated the technology did not exist. The oils used from the sardines, anchovies, herring and salmon to make GNLD’s Omega III Concentrate are derived by cold press processing.
A. No, however both the technology and the Salmon Oil Plus formula is exclusive ot GNLD.
A. Because of the concentration and completeness of Salmon Oil Plus it should provide greater overall benefits.
A. Although the percentages of fatty acid sources are considered proprietary we can tell you that salmon oil is the single largest ingredient in the product.
A. Because the Molecular Differentiation process allows us to reduce unnecessary molecules involved in taste and odor most users notice less repeating.