OmegAvail Ultra Softgels
OmegAvail™ Ultra (formerly OmegAvail™ Ultra TG) still provides the same levels of omega-3 fatty acids per serving. The only change – we’ve enhanced this product with the addition of lipase, a digestive aid to ensure maximum absorption.
Designs for Health fish oil products carry the TruTG™ seal, which are delivered in the form found in nature and are of superior TG potency. The TruTG™ seal guarantees a minimum 90% triglyceride-bound (TG) omega-3 fish oils, a level that is 40% – 50% higher than the industry standard for most TG fish oil concentrate products.
As always, our fish oils are molecularly distilled and filtered to ensure purity and to maximize the removal of heavy metals, pesticides, solvents, PCBs, and other contaminants.
Made with non-GMO ingredients.
OmegAvail™ Ultra (formerly OmegAvail™ Ultra TG) still provides the same levels of omega-3 fatty acids per serving. The only change – we’ve enhanced this product with the addition of lipase, a digestive aid. Lipase also helps to prevent any fishy aftertaste, known as ‘repeat’, that sometimes occurs with fish oil supplements.
The TruTG™ Advantage
OmegAvail™Ultra still carries our TruTG™ seal, your assurance that the fish oils are in their natural triglyceride form and are of unmatched TG potency.
Fish oils in the TG (triglyceride) form are as they occur in nature. Fish oil blends and concentrates bearing the TruTG™ seal are 90% to 100% triglyceride (TG) bound omega-3 oils – 40%-50% higher than the industry standard for TG fish oil concentrate products!
Why the addition of lipase?
We have added lipase as a digestive aid. Lipase is an enzyme needed for breaking down lipids (fats). Lipase is primarily produced in the pancreas but is also produced in the mouth and stomach.
While most healthy individuals produce sufficient amounts of pancreatic lipase, everyone can benefit from its inclusion as it relates to better digestion of fish oils. This is supported by studies that address:
- The importance of lipase for the efficient digestion of dietary fats
- The need for lipase for those with digestive disorders that lead to pancreatic enzyme insufficiency
- Why more lipase may be needed beyond normal production in the pancreas