Coromega Tropical Orange + D

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$34.99

Coromega offers a delicious alternative to fish oil soft gels. Each Coromega Squeeze is a creamy and delicious orange flavored shot of Omega 3 with Vitamin D. All-natural flavoring with no fishy taste or aftertaste! A full daily dose of Omega 3 in every pouch. The first Omega 3 supplement that actually tastes great - each packet contains 650 mg of omega-3 fatty acids - emulsified for better absorption and no fishy burps! Sugar-free, gluten-free and dairy-free - no refrigeration required - best of all - delicious and no fishy taste!

• Tastes great
• 650 mg Omega 3 per pouch
• 3X better absorption than ordinary softgels
• No fish burps
• Easy to take
• Gluten-free
• GMP-certified
• Oxygen-free
Product Info-
Serving Size:1 Packet
Servings Per Container:90
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Amount Per Serving
calories20
calories from fat20
total fat2 g
saturated fat0.5 g
trans fat0 g
cholesterol10 mg
total carbohydrate0 g
vitamin C12 mg
vitamin E3 IU
fish oil2000 mg
long chain omega-3 fatty acids650 mg
EPA350 mg
DHA230 mg
stevia leaf extract10 mg
Other Ingredients:
fish oil, water, pasteurized egg yolk, ascorbic acid, natural orange flavor, natural pineapple flavor, stevia leaf extract, vegetable oil, sodium ascorbate, d-alpha tocopherol, citric acid, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, cholecalciferol, beta carotene color, xanthan gum, menthol
Suggested Use-

Directions: (Adults and children over 4) Take one packet daily with or without food, or as directed by your health professional. Tear along perforation, and squeeze directly into mouth or onto a spoon. Coromega® omega-3 Squeeze may be added to cold food, such as yogurt, or a smoothie. DO NOT FREEZE OR HEAT. Colored with beta carotene. No sugar or artificial sweeteners. No dairy, yeast, wheat or gluten.

Warnings-
Contains egg.


Coromega uses the natural triglyceride form of fish oil, molecularly distilled and third party tested for purity.


consult your physician before taking this or any dietary supplement.


*J Am Diet Assoc. 2009;109:1076-1081