Vegan Omega

Omega 3 is a nutrient needed by almost every cell of your body to grow and perform better. It especially maintains the functionary benefits of your heart and brain. Our Omega 3 is derived from flaxseed and black seed making it a unique vegetarian source of the all-important Omegas.
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Why Omega?


Help in maintaining cholesterol and triglycerides levels in the body. Usage of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the danger of coronary heart disease and maintain overall heart health.


Omega-3 fatty acids promote overall brain health, in order to keep it functioning optimally. They may also improve memory and concentration by managing restlessness, aggression, and impulsiveness.


Their anti-inflammatory actions inside the brain may help you in balancing mood. They facilitate the release of serotonin in your brain cell, thus uplifting your mood, and making you feel happy.


Your retinas contain high concentrations of DHA. Omega 3 fatty acids promote eye health by relieving pressure, supporting retinal integrity, and maintaining visual function.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is omega 3?

    Omega-3s are a household of essential fatty acids that play important roles in your body and may provide numerous health benefits. They are important nutrients in preventing and managing heart disease.  

    As your body cannot produce them alone, you must have them from your diet.

    The three most significant types are ALA (alpha-linolenic acid), DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid). ALA is especially found in plants, while DHA and EPA occur mostly in animal foods and algae.

  • Why do we need omega 3?

    In our modern day food system, omega-3s have grown to be largely absent from the food chain while omega-6s have grown to be overabundant. Even the healthiest diets contain too many omega-6s and insufficient omega-3s. 

    Decades of scientific evidence indicates that EFA imbalance can contribute to a number of chronic health issues. Probably the most beneficial omega-3s that we’re missing are EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). 

  • Can we get enough omega 3 from the food we eat?

    Fish is the primary food supply of the omega-3s EPA and DHA, but Indians simply don’t eat enough fish on a regular basis. Even people who eat fish many times per week aren’t getting enough EPA and DHA because much of the fish consumed today is farm raised and lacks significant levels of EPA and DHA.

    Also, many folks are increasingly avoiding fish due to growing concerns about environmental toxins in fish (such as mercury, dioxins, PCBs, etc.). Moreover, people with health challenges or those people who are currently deficient often require a minimum of 2–4 grams each day of EPA and DHA, that is difficult to obtain from fish alone.

  • Is omega 3 important for pregnant women?

    Adding EPA and DHA to the diet of pregnant women may have a  positive effect on visual and cognitive development of the baby. Studies have shown that higher consumption of omega-3s may reduce the danger of allergies in infants.

  • Which foods contain omega 3 fatty acids?

    Some foods that contain omega 3 fatty acids are salmon, trout, herring, walnuts, flaxseed oil, and canola oil. Other foods that contain omega-3 fatty acids include shrimp, light chunk tuna, catfish, cod, and spinach.

  • Is there an optimal omega 6 to omega 3 ratio?

    Just as omega-3 fatty acids, omega-6 fatty acids are polyunsaturated fatty acids. Omega-6 fatty acids will also be essential, so you will need to acquire them from your diet. These fats are primarily used for energy. 

    Although omega-6 fats are necessary, the present day Western diet contains much more omega-6 fatty acids than necessary. The recommended ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids in the dietary plan is 4:1 or less. However, the modern diet has a rate between 10:1 and 50:1. Therefore, although omega-6 fats are necessary in the proper quantities, many people in the developed world should aim to reduce their omega-6 intake. 

  • When is the best time to take my omega 3 supplement?

    You can take Omega 3 at any time of the day. However, it is recommended to take your Omega 3 supplements after a meal as some people can feel nauseous after taking a supplement on an empty stomach.

  • How should I store my omega 3 supplements?

    You should store your omega 3 supplements in a cool and dry place to obtain maximum shelf life of the product. 

  • Which medication does omega 3 interfere with? Will it have any side effects?

    If you are currently being treated with blood thinning medications, blood sugar levels lowering medications, cholesterol lowering medications, or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, you should not use omega 3 fatty acid without first speaking to your healthcare professional. 

  • What makes Supp Omega different?

    Supp’s Omega contains a balanced proportion of Omega-3, Omega-6, and Omega-9 Fatty Acids. The ingredient is derived by a customizable ratio of flaxseed and black seed together, thereby making it a unique vegetarian source that is suitable for consumption by all, regardless of their preferred type of diet. 

    It is Non-GMO, 100% natural, and solvent free.