Muscle & Performance - - Contents - By Jill Schild­house

If you want an amaz­ing rug, you get one from Turkey. If you want the best silk, you buy it from China. And if you want the high­estqual­ity fish oil, you source it from Nor­way. But find­ing top-qual­ity fish oil can be daunt­ing for con­sumers be­cause the mar­ket is sat­u­rated and mis­in­for­ma­tion abounds. A few con­sid­er­a­tions when choos­ing a prod­uct in­clude:

Ȉ evels of omega-͵s eicos­apen­taenoic acid and do­cosa­hex­aenoic acid that meet your health needs

Ȉ xcep­tion­ally pure and ex­ten­sively tested for the re­moval of im­pu­ri­ties

Ȉ No fishy burps (an in­di­ca­tor of ran­cid­ity and dam­ag­ing ex­po­sure to oxy­gen)

Ȉ No fishy taste or smell

It’s From Nor­way, Nat­u­rally

ass­ing all of the afore­men­tioned cri­te­ria with fly­ing col­ors has earned Nordic Nat­u­rals its place as the No. 1 omega-͵ fish oil brand in the nited States. Its best-selling lti­mate mega con­tin­ues to dom­i­nate the fish oil cat­e­gory, thanks to its proven pu­rity, high qual­ity and over­all ef­fec­tive­ness. lti­mate mega 2 is an­other pop­u­lar choice, with un­prece­dented con­cen­tra­tion lev­els and the abil­ity to de­liver 2,000 mil­ligrams omega-3 EPA and DHA in just two soft­gels. Both prod­ucts of­fer high-in­ten­sity sup­port for heart, brain and joint health.

“or 22 years, Nordic Nat­u­rals has been com­mit­ted to pro­vid­ing the best foun­da­tional nu­tri­ents for con­sumers,” says Marci van der Meulen, di­rec­tor of sales, re­tail di­vi­sion of Nordic Nat­u­rals. “ur prom­ise to con­sumers is to pro­vide the high­est-qual­ity es­sen­tial nu­tri­ents at any cost. We vow to make no com­pro­mises and man­age ev­ery step of man­u­fac­tur­ing in or­der to pro­duce best-in-class prod­ucts. We be­lieve health­ier peo­ple are hap­pier peo­ple, and we work hard to con­trib­ute to the well­be­ing of every­one.”

Aside from fish oil, the com­pany re­cently launched a line of pro­bi­otics so that cus­tom- ers have ac­cess to pro­bi­otic prod­ucts with re­search-backed lev­els of in­gre­di­ents. The pro­bi­otics are shelf sta­ble, which makes them a con­ve­nient choice while trav­el­ing.

Green Is the New Black

nown as an in­dus­try pioneer in be­ing green, Nordic Nat­u­rals’ head­quar­ters in Wat­sonville, Cal­i­for­nia, is D ( ead­er­ship in En­ergy and En­vi­ron­men­tal De­sign) Gold cer­ti­fied and its man­u­fac­tur­ing fa­cil­ity in Tromsþ, Nor­way, is pow­ered en­tirely by its own en­ergy, us­ing bio­fuel from the fish-oil pro­duc­tion process. The com­pany’s com­mit­ment to sus­tain­abil­ity is part of what makes Nordic Nat­u­rals a leader in the omega-3 in­dus­try.

Nordic Nat­u­rals uses only the most ad­vanced pro­cess­ing tech­niques and high­est-qual­ity in­gre­di­ents to cre­ate its prod­ucts, which are all non-gm ver­i­fied and its omega-͵ fish oils are riend of the Sea cer­ti­fied. Its fish oils are tested for pu­rity many times through­out the man­u­fac­tur­ing process, and ev­ery batch is also third-party tested for qual­ity. In fact, the com­pany is so con­fi­dent in the ex­cep­tional pu­rity and ef­fi­cacy of its prod­ucts, that it pro­vides a cer­tifi­cate of analysis to cus­tomers who re­quest one, ver­i­fy­ing the qual­ity of their pur­chase.

Healthy Oceans, Healthy Cus­tomers

“As a com­pany who man­u­fac­tures omega-͵ fish oil prod­ucts in the nat­u­ral prod­ucts chan­nel, we know our pres­ence is felt in the oceans where we source our fish and in the com­mu­ni­ties where we make and dis­trib­ute our prod­ucts,” says van der Meulen. “We see it as our re­spon­si­bil­ity to do right by the peo­ple and places that are part of our suc­cess.”

Nordic Nat­u­rals has part­nered with the 5Gyres In­sti­tute, a os An­ge­lesȃbased non­profit, to up­hold its pas­sion for sus­tain­abil­ity, healthy oceans and a health­ier planet. ducat­ing peo­ple about the im­por­tance of keep­ing our oceans safe for fu­ture gen­er­a­tions is es­sen­tial to Nordic Nat­u­rals’ core prin­ci­ples, and they are com­mit­ted to do­ing their part to help en­sure a bet­ter to­mor­row. 

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