More powerful than krill oil
More powerful than krill oil
Pharma-grade omega-3 potency. Just 2 Omax3 Ultra Pure gel caps have the same amount of omega-3 as 16X the leading krill oil softgel*
Patented EPA to DHA ratio to resolve inflammation
Twice tested by independent laboratories for mercury, lead, and other contaminants for your safety.
**Based on Mega Red Krill 300 mg
Created by Yale-Affliated Physicians. Created to make a difference.
There are many fish-oils on the market, but only Omax3 contains the revolutionary ProResolv™ formula, a 4:1 ratio of EPA to DHA which Yale-affiliated research has shown to resolve inflammation.
Omax3 Ultra-Pure delivers 93.9% pure omega-3 content and greater value.
Omax3 Ultra Pure delivers a high dose of omega-3 (1,500mg per serving) and is twice-tested to certify purity and concentration.
Competitors’ products turn milky and cloudy when in placed in the freezer overnight. Notice how Omax3 soft gels remains clear.
Contains 1.500mg of omega-3 per dose, up to 16 times more omega-3 content per serving than krill oil*
Unparalleled concentration: Omax3 Ultra pure with ProResolv™ is a highly-concentrated omega-3 fish oil that delivers results you can feel!
EPA to DHA ratio promotes promote proper inflammatory response2
Locked-in Quality. Omega-3 products stored in bottles are exposed to air, turning them rancid and causing upset-stomach and fishy burps. Omax3 capsules are sealed in pharmaceutical-grade blister-packs, ensuring freshness in each dose.
Omax3 achieves exceptional purity because of its double-molecular distillation–a process that takes place in a vacuum and uses no heat or special enzymes. Double-molecular distilled. Cold-pressed for exceptional purity. Omax3 is the clear choice!
Joseph C. Maroon, MD, FACS is Professor and Vice chairman of the Department of Neurological Surgery and Heindl Scholar in Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. In addition to being a renowned neurosurgeon, he is a sports medicine expert, health and nutrition expert and Ironman triathlete.
Dr. Martin Hasenfeld, MD graduated from New York Medical College and completed his residency at Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. He is board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, is a certified independent medical examiner and specializes in treating injuries and disorders of the spine and extremities. As a physiatrist, he takes a nonsurgical approach to helping people function optimally, whatever the nature of their impairment.
Dr. Coric, MD supervises and teaches at the Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Coric has been as an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine since 2001. He served as Chief of the Yale Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit from 2001 to 2007 and he served as Director of the Yale Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Research Clinic from 2002 to 2007. Dr. Coric served as the Program-Wide Chief Resident for the Yale Department of Psychiatry from 1999 to 2000.