Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Oil. Yukon Pure is not synthesized, denatured, distilled, or over-processed.
Prof. Michael Crawford of the Mother and Child Foundation, Institute of Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition, London, has with his team, carried out much research into the importance of Omega 3 nutrition in pregnant and lactating women. We suggest a visit to their website to read the literature.
Research into foetal health and Omega 3 fatty acids has shown that DHA is very important for the developing foetus.
DHA in Yukon Pure® supports the maintenance of normal brain function & the maintenance of normal development of the eye of the foetus.
Each 3-capsule (3600 mg) serving provides these naturally occurring nutrients:
Omega-3s: On average, 690 mg of total omega-3 fatty acids, including approximately 240 mg of omega-3 EPA and 240 mg of omega-3 DHA†
Vitamin D: On average, 6 ug of Vitamin D or 120% of the EU Daily Recommended Intake†
Vitamin A: On average, 1.8 ug of Vitamin A or 0.2% of the EU Daily Recommended Intake†
Astaxanthin: On average, 16.5 ug††
†Nutrient levels may change slightly from year to year, in accordance with natural seasonal and geographic variations.
††Wild salmon are the only fish that provide naturally occurring astaxanthin: obtained from the krill and zooplankton they eat. Among wild salmon species, sockeye contain the highest levels of astaxanthin and vitamin D3. The astaxanthin natural to our Sockeye Salmon Oil protects it from oxidation more effectively than the weaker tocopherol antioxidants added to standard fish oils.
DOSAGE: Take 3 softgels daily, preferably with meals or as recommended by a health professional. Not a substitute for a balanced diet. Keep out of reach of children.