Fish Oil Q&A

Fish Oil Q&A


You had some questions, and now we have answers. Below are the answers to some frequently asked questions about Fish Oil. If you find that a question you’re specifically curious about hasn’t been answered in this article, please feel free to reach out to and find out more! Once you find the answer you’re looking for, we’ll do our best to help keep this Q&A up to date! 

Q: Where is your fish sourced?
A: The Fish oil is made from anchovies and the fish oil is sourced from South America with Peru being the usual country of origin.

Q: What kind of fish is used?
A: Our Fish Oil is cold-water fish and comes from sardines and anchovies. No salmon.

Q: Is Fish Oil allergen free?
A: Our Fish Oil is screened for Gluten, Soy, Milk, Eggs, Tree Nuts, Peanuts, and Wheat.

Q: Will there be a fishy aftertaste?
A: Our enteric coated softgels provide a burp-free option for those who may be sensitive to fish oil.

Q: What form are the omega-3s in? Ethyl Ester (ee) or Triglyceride (tg) form?
A: The omegas in our fish oil is from Ethyl Ester.

Q: What are the benefits of taking Fish Oil?
A: Fish Oil has been used to help aid in heart health, brain health, joint flexibility and immune system support.

Q: What is different about the Zhou formula?
A: Our fish oil goes through a strict purification method to remove unwanted ingredients found naturally in fish. 

Molecular distillation is a process used during manufacturing to remove heavy metals, pesticides and PCB in order to provide the highest quality fish oil to our customers.

Sustainably sourced fish are used in our product to ensure we buy only from those fisheries who comply with the "Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries". This code is a framework for national and international efforts to ensure the sustainable harvesting of aquatic living resources are in harmony with the environment. 

Wild caught means our fish are never farmed and supports our efforts to only purchase sustainably sourced fish.

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