Support healthy triglyceride levels3,4
Research suggests that omega-3 EPA + DHA may lower triglyceride levels (lipids) in the blood.3 Supplementation with omega-3s has been recommended for patients who need to lower their triglyceride levels.4
Help protect your patients against cardiovascular disease and other heart health risks1
Omega-3 fatty acids are a family of polyunsaturated fats, including eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Because they are not produced naturally by the body, omega-3s must be obtained from the diet or through supplementation.2
With all the benefits omega-3 EPA + DHA brings, a recommendation of an omega-3 rich diet or supplement is crucial to protecting your patients’ heart health.
Eating seafood twice a week is recommended by the USDA/HHS Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and has been estimated to reduce the risk of dying from heart disease by 36%.8,9
Supportive but not conclusive research shows omega-3 EPA + DHA may help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease – the leading cause of death among both men and women.10,11
Eating a balanced diet including foods high in omega-3 EPA + DHA (such as high omega-3 fish and seafood) can help ensure adequate omega-3 levels are achieved.3
NOTE: The studies and findings presented are those of the authors and were not conducted on behalf of the Know Your Ω™ initiative or DSM Nutritional Products. In no way do the authors or their body of work endorse any products or the Know Your Ω™ initiative. All materials are for informational purposes only. Any recommendations made therein are not intended to act as medical advice and should not be regarded as such.
Omega-3 EPA + DHA fatty acids promote heart health. Supportive but not conclusive research shows they may help protect against cardiovascular disease.11 Find out if you’re getting enough.TAKE THE QUIZ
Research shows that inadequate blood levels of omega-3 EPA + DHA are associated with increased risk of cardiovascular events.2SEE THE SCIENCE