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Mini-Complete Omega-3

100% pure & tested Omega-3 from Epax®. Supports the heart, brain, eyesight, mental health and pregnancy. Provides 830mg of omega-3, including 500mg EPA and 250mg DHA.


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  • 100% premium & transparent omega-3 quality from Epax®
  • Up to 71% better absorption thanks to its natural triglyceride form (high bioavailability)
  • Supports heart, eye, and brain functions
  • Especially vital during pregnancy and while breastfeeding
  • May improve mood and reduce the risk of depression
  • Tested for purity, ensuring the absence of impurities, mercury, or heavy metals
  • Epax® omega-3 holds certifications from Friend of the Sea, Marin Trust, and ISO 14001
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What are the benefits?

First of all, we want to emphasize our clear distinction between omega-3 products of unknown origins and no brand name. Instead, we would like to explain the reasons and benefits of relying on established premium brands such as Epax®, Golden Omega®, and life's®OMEGA.

These three omega-3 suppliers deliver essential fatty acids in their natural triglyceride form, allowing for better absorption by the body and thus ensuring maximum bioavailability. All our formulations, whether from fish oil or algae oil (vegan), have a particularly high content of omega-3, EPA and DHA.

Our Mini-Complete Omega-3 softgel capsules, sourced from the reputable Norwegian company Epax®, guarantee the highest quality, effectiveness, purity, and, most importantly, transparency. As the name suggests, the "Mini-Complete" version has been specially developed for people who have difficulty swallowing larger capsules.

With just 2 small capsules a day, you provide your body with essential omega-3 fatty acids in the natural triglyceride form, rich in DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), providing 1000mg fish oil from Epax®, comprising 830mg omega-3, 500mg EPA, and 250mg DHA daily in an excellent ratio.

From heart attacks and mental illness to premature births – science underscores the importance of omega-3.

From heart attacks to mental illness to premature births, scientific research underscores the importance of omega-3. A deficiency in omega-3 fatty acids is conclusively linked to an increased risk of sudden cardiac death, heart attack, stroke, and high blood pressure. Pregnant women are also at risk, as an omega-3 deficiency may be associated with premature birth and complications. Additionally, omega-3 deficiency is common in depressed individuals and can elevate the risk of suicide. This deficiency may also manifest as poorer brain performance, memory problems, longer reaction times, and conditions such as dementia.

As our bodies cannot produce these essential, long-chain fatty acids ourselves, obtaining them through our diet is imperative. The primary omega-3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), are predominantly found in fatty fish. However, consuming around 1.4kg of salmon every week is unrealistic to meet the recommended daily requirement.

Examining the omega-3 supply in Europe clarifies that we are not alone in this challenge. The average omega-3 index in most Central European countries is between 4 to 6%, whereas an index of 8 to 11% is considered optimal. This shows that the majority of people struggle to get enough omega-3 fatty acids from their diet alone.

Omega-3 plays a pivotal role in our health, making it crucial to provide our body with the required quality. In the case of omega-3, we prioritize transparency and the disclosure of the raw material brand. This is because there is a risk that omega-3 is sourced from fish waste of unknown origin, contains impurities, and may even be contaminated with high levels of heavy metals.

Epax® holds numerous certifications, including those from Friend of the Sea, Marin Trust, and ISO 14001. The company consistently upholds its commitment to environmentally sustainable fishing and has invested substantial resources over many years in the research and science behind its product.

Women's Best Mini-Complete Omega-3 Softgel Capsules provide your body with essential omega-3 fatty acids of premium quality, supporting your heart, brain, eye functions, and mental health, as well as your pregnancy and breastfeeding phase.

How do I take it?

Take two softgel capsules daily with a meal and plenty of liquid.

(Always consult with your healthcare practitioner before starting any supplements whilst pregnant or breastfeeding.)

Ingredients

Fish oil (Epax®), capsule (gelatin (bovine), glycerine, water).


Active Ingredients

Active Ingredients Per capsule Per 2 capsules
Fish oil (Epax®) 500mg 1000mg
- of which Omega-3 415mg 830mg
- of which EPA 250mg 500mg
- of which DHA 125mg 250mg

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Premium quality begins with complete transparency.

We believe that transparency is key to ensuring the quality of dietary supplements. Our Mini-Complete Omega-3 is crafted from high-quality raw materials sourced from Epax®, an industry leader holding certifications from Friend of the Sea, Marin Trust and ISO 14001. These certifications ensure adherence to the most rigorous standards in sustainability and ethical practices. The company has dedicated substantial resources over many years to the research and science behind its product.

Premium quality begins with complete transparency.
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Balanced ratio of omega-3, DHA and EPA.

Each daily serving (2 capsules) provides 1000mg fish oil from Epax®, comprising 830mg of omega-3 fatty acids, 500mg EPA and 250mg DHA. This meticulously balanced combination plays a pivotal role in supporting diverse bodily functions and contributes to overall health. Notably, DHA is recognized for its positive effects on brain function, vision, and blood lipid levels (triglycerides), while EPA supports anti-inflammatory processes, enhances mood, and may alleviate symptoms of depression. Collectively, DHA and EPA promote heart function and contribute to maintaining normal blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Balanced ratio of omega-3, DHA and EPA.

Omega-3 deficiency. Possible symptoms.

An omega-3 deficiency can give rise to a range of unpleasant symptoms and health problems. Among the most common symptoms are sensitive eyes and diminished vision, as omega-3 fatty acids are vital for the health of the retina. Additionally, poor concentration and memory problems may occur, as these fatty acids play a crucial role in brain function. Muscle weakness and compromised blood circulation are other potential consequences that can result in reduced physical performance.

Scientific studies also indicate that a deficiency in omega-3 fatty acids is linked to an increased risk of serious health problems. These include cardiovascular diseases such as sudden cardiac death, heart attacks, strokes, and high blood pressure.

Pregnant women may face risks, as a shortage of omega-3 fatty acids has been associated with premature births and complications. Moreover, it has been observed that omega-3 deficiency is prevalent in individuals with depression and can elevate the risk of suicidal thoughts. Impaired brain function, prolonged reaction times, and conditions such as dementia can further manifest as symptoms of deficiency.

Sources
Dry Eye Assessment and Management Study Research Group, Asbell, P. A., Maguire, M. G., Pistilli, M., Ying, G. S., Szczotka-Flynn, L. B., Hardten, D. R., Lin, M. C., & Shtein, R. M. (2018). n-3 Fatty Acid Supplementation for the Treatment of Dry Eye Disease. The New England journal of medicine, 378(18), 1681–1690.

Gammone, M. A., Riccioni, G., Parrinello, G., & D’Orazio, N. (2019). Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids: benefits and endpoints in sport. Nutrients, 11(1), 46.

Harris, W. S., Tintle, N. L., Etherton, M. R., & Vasan, R. S. (2018). Erythrocyte long-chain omega-3 fatty acid levels are inversely associated with mortality and with incident cardiovascular disease: The Framingham Heart Study. Journal of clinical lipidology, 12(3), 718–727.e6.

Filipovic, M. G., Aeschbacher, S., Reiner, M. F., Stivala, S., Gobbato, S., Bonetti, N., Risch, M., Risch, L., Camici, G. G., Luescher, T. F., von Schacky, C., Conen, D., & Beer, J. H. (2018). Whole blood omega-3 fatty acid concentrations are inversely associated with blood pressure in young, healthy adults. Journal of hypertension, 36(7), 1548–1554.

Wojcieszek, A. M., Shepherd, E., Middleton, P., Lassi, Z. S., Wilson, T., Murphy, M. M., Heazell, A. E., Ellwood, D. A., Silver, R. M., & Flenady, V. (2018). Care prior to and during subsequent pregnancies following stillbirth for improving outcomes. The Cochrane database of systematic reviews, 12(12), CD012203.

Gellert, S., Schuchardt, J. P., & Hahn, A. (2016). Higher omega-3 index and DHA status in pregnant women compared to lactating women - Results from a German nation-wide cross-sectional study. Prostaglandins, leukotrienes, and essential fatty acids, 109, 22–28.

Grosso, G., Galvano, F., Marventano, S., Malaguarnera, M., Bucolo, C., Drago, F., & Caraci, F. (2014). Omega-3 fatty acids and depression: scientific evidence and biological mechanisms. Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity, 2014, 313570.

von Schacky, C. (2021). Importance of EPA and DHA blood levels in brain structure and function. Nutrients, 13(4), 1074.

Lukaschek, K., Von Schacky, C., Kruse, J., & Ladwig, K. H. (2016). Cognitive impairment is associated with a low omega-3 index in the elderly: results from the KORA-Age study. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 42(3-4), 236-245.
Omega-3 deficiency. Possible symptoms.

Our Mini-Complete capsule size.

Undecided on which omega-3 capsules to choose? Once you've determined whether you prefer your omega-3 fatty acids to be derived from fish oil or algae oil, the next step is to choose between the Mini-Complete or Complete version.

For individuals who struggle with swallowing larger capsules, our Mini-Complete version is specifically crafted with an ideal capsule size. The mini softgel capsules are incredibly easy to take with a large sip of water.

Our Mini-Complete capsule size.

1.4kg of salmon per week?

Fatty fish, such as salmon, serve as an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. However, consuming approximately 1.4kg of salmon each week to meet the daily requirement of 2,000-4,000mg is not practical. According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), this daily dose is necessary to achieve a reduction in blood pressure and triglyceride levels. Triglyceride, a type of fat crucial for providing energy to the heart and other parts of the human body, is associated with adverse health effects when levels are elevated.[1]

To avoid a general omega-3 deficiency, a daily dose of 250-500mg DHA+EPA is recommended. This can be easily attained by taking two Mini-Complete capsules, as they provide a total of 1000mg of fish oil from Epax®, including 830mg of omega-3 fatty acids, with 500mg of EPA and 250mg of DHA, all in the natural triglyceride form.



Sources
[1] EFSA Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA); Scientific Opinion related to the Tolerable Upper Intake Level of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and docosapentaenoic acid (DPA). EFSA Journal 2012; 10(7):2815. [48 pp.]
1.4kg of salmon per week?

The natural triglyceride form = up to 71% better absorption.

Omega-3 fatty acids are available in two different forms: natural triglycerides and ethyl esters. A study has demonstrated that the body absorbs omega-3 fatty acids from triglycerides 71% more efficiently than from ethyl esters. Another study revealed that free fatty acids are absorbed 400% more efficiently than ethyl esters.

These findings underscore the crucial role of the triglyceride form in achieving maximum bioavailability of omega-3 fatty acids. By intentionally choosing the triglyceride form, we ensure that the essential fatty acids in our Mini-Complete Omega-3 capsules can be optimally absorbed and utilized by the body.

Sources
Dyerberg, J., Madsen, P., Møller, J., Aardestrup, I., & Schmidt, E. (2010). Bioavailability of marine n-3 fatty acid formulations. Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids (PLEFA), 83(3), 137-141.

J Neubronner, J.P. Schchardt, G Kressel, M. Merkel, C von Schacky, Ahahn. Enhanced increase of omega 3 index in response to long term n-3 fatty acid supplementation from triacyglycerides versus ethyl esters, Eur J. Clin Nutr. 65 (2011) 247 -254.
The natural triglyceride form = up to 71% better absorption.

Omega-3 in sport.

Omega-3 is especially crucial for fitness enthusiasts and sports athletes, as the demand for these fatty acids significantly rises during intensive training. These acids play a pivotal role in recovery, muscle function, and the regulation of inflammatory processes.

The beneficial impact of omega-3 extends to the rejuvenation of muscles and tissues after physical exertion, potentially resulting in reduced recovery time between training sessions. Additionally, it contributes to fortifying the cardiovascular system and supporting joint health.

Therefore, our Women's Best Mini-Complete Omega-3 capsules are the ideal supplement for individuals seeking to enhance their athletic performance and overall health. They can make a substantial contribution to an effective training routine and long-term well-being.

Sources
Gammone, M. A., Riccioni, G., Parrinello, G., & D’Orazio, N. (2019). Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids: benefits and endpoints in sport. Nutrients, 11(1), 46.

Philpott, J. D., Witard, O. C., & Galloway, S. D. (2019). Applications of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation for sport performance. Research in Sports Medicine, 27(2), 219-237.
Omega-3 in sport.

Omega-3. Benefits during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

DHA is regarded as an essential nutrient for the healthy development of the baby. It contributes to the formation of crucial neuronal and cognitive functions, the unborn child's visual acuity, as well as prenatal and postnatal body growth.

Regular omega-3 intake also demonstrates a remarkable 42% reduction in the risk of premature birth, as evidenced by a 2018 study[1] involving 20,000 pregnant women. Simultaneously, maintaining a balanced omega-3 intake yields positive effects for the mother, lowering the risk of high blood pressure, pre-eclampsia during pregnancy, and postnatal depression after birth.

In this unique phase of life, prioritizing the highest quality of raw materials becomes more crucial than ever. We place our trust in Omega-3 from Epax® to address the needs of both mother and child at the highest level during this significant period.

Always consult with your healthcare practitioner before starting any supplements whilst pregnant or breastfeeding.



Sources
[1] Middleton, P., Gomersall, J. C., Gould, J. F., Shepherd, E., Olsen, S. F., & Makrides, M. (2018). Omega-3 fatty acid addition during pregnancy. The Cochrane database of systematic reviews, 11(11), CD003402.
Omega-3. Benefits during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Quality you can trust.

We take quality seriously, and our Women's Best Mini-Complete Omega-3 Capsules are manufactured to the strictest standards in Germany. Each batch undergoes rigorous testing to ensure it meets our high standards when it comes to quality and effectiveness.

Quality you can trust.

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