This was surprisingly tasty. I had a spoonful but it’s is kind of weird having a spoonful of oil, so now I add it to smoothies.
Our family likes the light texture and lemon taste. It goes down easy by the spoonful or in our morning smoothy! Great product! Thank you for this great omega 3 supplement!
I actually look forward to taking this fish oil. It has a delightful taste! It is light with just a hint of lemon. You can take a teaspoonful straight from the bottle or drizzle it on a salad. The best fish oil I've had!
we are very happy with the taste
Wild caught and quality fish sources. Great price for what you get. I used to use Carlson's but they switched their fish sources and added extra ingredients to it which I didn't like.
Burp-Less, Non-Fishy Lemon Flavor
One of the best-tasting fish oils on the market and one of the only in the world Certified by Friends of the Sea! Wild Fish Oil does not disrupt fragile aquatic ecosystems. Caught in U.S. Waters and processed in U.S. Fisheries. Support fishermen that respect the fish that give us their wonderful oil.
Caught by Responsible U.S. Fishermen
Caught off the coast of Virginia, Wild Fish Oil is one of the only fish oils processed in the United States, as soon as it gets off the boat!
One of the Only Fish Oils Certified by
Friends of The Sea
Over-fishing is a major problem. One that threatens our entire food supply (since it's all connected).
By supporting the awesome fishermen that do their job with respect to the health of the oceans, you can feel good while feeling good!
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Wild Fish Oil FAQ's
The approximate ratio of omega-3s in our Wild Fish Oil are - EPA: 108mg/g - DPA: 21mg/g - DHA: 95mg/g.
So in 1x 14g serving: EPA: 1512mg, DPA: 294mg, DHA: 1330mg.
Our fish oil is molecularly distilled and is 100% naturally occurring in triglyceride form.
Yes. It is tested multiple times + purified through the distillation process!
It sure is! Wild Fish Oil is tested multiple times throughout the production process. Also, it has to pass all COA analysis before each batch is shipped to market.
Our supplier also owns the actual fishing boats that supply the fish, and thus controls the entire supply chain. Finally, we use menhaden and not the more common anchovy, sardines and mackerel that are over-fished and often have issues with rancidity and higher levels of mercury.
By using molecular distillation, heavy metals that might be prevalent in the fish are removed and what's left is a pure, clean oil. Also, with menhaden fish, which this product is 100% derived from, these small fatty fish replenish so quickly (which is why they are sustainable), that the fish are rarely in the water that long and thus have a shorter total lifespan which reduces heavy metal toxicity tremendously. Typically, the bigger the fish the more exposure to heavy metals. Hope that helps.
Yes, they are.