The one-of-a-kind source of EPA and DHA Omega-3 for healthy heart, brain and eyes–no 'fishy' burps and no repeating

Omega-3 Calamarine (60 softgels, 1-month supply) | Omega-3 & Calamarine Supplements

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Omega-3 Calamarine® is a clean and sustainable way to boost your dietary intake of healthy omega-3’s

  • Dr. Sinatra’s preferred DHA-to-EPA ratio of omega-3’s for heart, brain and eye health
  • A “no-fishy” burps way to supplement your diet with healthy omega-3’s
  • Promotes healthy blood pressure, blood vessels, circulation and blood viscosity
  • Supports endothelial function and vascular tone
  • Supports normal platelet aggregation and vascular elasticity
  • Promotes a normal inflammatory response
  • Supports the health of your eyes, brain, lungs, bowel and skin
  • Developed by integrative cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra


My Omega-3 Calamarine is the same trusted Calamarine found in all of my Omega Q Plus® products, giving you my recommended ratio of DHA to EPA for heart and whole-body support.

Bodies of research indicates that a diet rich in DHA omega-3’s helps support not only your heart and vascular system, but also cognitive function, memory and eye health. This isn’t surprising, given the fact that DHA comprises 30–40% or more of the omega-3 fatty acids in the brain and eyes. But DHA is harder to obtain through diet alone, and ordinary fish oils typically give you more EPA than DHA.

Both EPA and DHA are important for heart health. In fact, supportive but not conclusive research shows that consumption of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease as part of a healthy diet.

I recommend supplementing with more DHA because emerging research shows that DHA plays a greater role in cardiovascular health than previously thought. Studies show that DHA is better able to promote normal blood pressure, healthy blood vessel function, and healthy triglyceride and HDL cholesterol levels.

Good for your heart and for our global ecosystem

When you take Omega-3 Calamarine for your own good health, you can also feel great about the fact that this oil is sustainably sourced and won’t upset our delicate global ecosystem, like over-fishing for ordinary fish oil has done.

Most fish-sourced omega-3s come from sardines and anchovies. And the growing demand for fish oil has seriously depleted stocks of these fish, which is a threat to the ecology of our oceans.

But the omega-3s in Calamarine come from calamari (squid) that are caught in pristine South American waters and have a very short life cycle, meaning there is a constantly renewing supply and no threat of over-fishing.

The squid is then processed in a state-of-the-art Norwegian facility, yielding a clean oil that’s easy on your digestive system, with no unpleasant smell. And, it isn’t the least bit “fishy” tasting…in fact it has no taste at all! 9 out of 10 Calamarine users reported NO FISHY BURPS!*.

*According to a July 2015 Qualtrics Consumer Study of Calamarine product users with 118 responses.

Scientific Research Results Confirm the Benefits of A Diet Rich in DHA

Growing research shows DHA (not EPA), is the omega-3 your body needs most…

  • DHA helps your blood pressure
  • Your arteries need DHA
  • DHA supports your circulation
  • DHA supports your ability to think
  • Your eyes require DHA for normal function

In a 2 softgel daily dose of Omega-3 Calamarine, you get 570 mg of DHA and 250 mg of EPA—a heart-healthy balance that I highly recommend.

Make the switch to my heart healthy source of omega-3s

For reasons both therapeutic and green, I believe Omega-3 Calamarine is the very best source of heart-healthy omega-3s. And my Omega-3 Calamarine supplement, makes it easy for you to get the exact DHA-to-EPA omega-3 ratio I recommend for your heart and overall good health!

You can safely add Omega-3 Calamarine to any of my omega formulas you’re already taking for extra heart health support. Or you can use it as a stand-alone omega-3 in your supplement regimen. Get started today with this exceptional heart health supplement!

What Our Customers Say:

"A very good product I take it every day."*

— Online Review

"Has helped with my overall health. Highly recommend this product."*

— Online Review

*Results may vary.

 

Dr. Sinatra Says:

Dr. Stephen Sinatra
 

“As a cardiologist, I have long recommended supplementing with omega-3s, particularly with sources naturally high in DHA. For this reason, I do not recommend krill, as they contain minimal quantities of this critical omega-3. I also find the scientific literature supporting their improved bioavailability unimpressive and inconclusive. On top of that, krill are notoriously smelly shellfish, typically requiring manufacturers to add ‘masking’ flavors like vanilla. All-in-all, the cons far outweigh the pros for me to recommend it as a source of heart-healthy omega-3s.”

 
 
Calamarine Oil

What Our Customers Say:

"A very good product I take it every day."*

— Online Review

"Has helped with my overall health. Highly recommend this product."*

— Online Review

*Results may vary.

Dr. Sinatra Says:

Dr. Stephen Sinatra
 

“As a cardiologist, I have long recommended supplementing with omega-3s, particularly with sources naturally high in DHA. For this reason, I do not recommend krill, as they contain minimal quantities of this critical omega-3. I also find the scientific literature supporting their improved bioavailability unimpressive and inconclusive. On top of that, krill are notoriously smelly shellfish, typically requiring manufacturers to add ‘masking’ flavors like vanilla. All-in-all, the cons far outweigh the pros for me to recommend it as a source of heart-healthy omega-3s.”

 
 

Ingredients and Dosage

Doctor's Suggested Use:Take 1 softgel twice daily with a meal.

Serving Size: 1 softgel
Servings Per Container: 60

Ingredient Amount Per Serving % DV
Calories 10  
Calories from Fat 10  
Total Fat 1 g 2%*
Cholesterol <5 mg 1%
Calamarine®♦ Oil Concentrate (from squid) 1 g
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid)§ 285 mg
EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid)§ 125 mg
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Daily Value (DV) not established.

Other ingredients: Gelatin, glycerin, natural lemon flavor, mixed tocopherols, rosemary oil, ascorbyl palmitate

Note: Pregnant or lactating women should consult a health care professional before taking this product.

Keep out of reach of children.

§As ethyl ester.

Calamarine® is a registered trademark of Pharma Marine AS.

 

Science and Quality

A high-quality source of heart-healthy DHA

The ability of the body to convert plant-based omega-3s (ALA) to EPA, and subsequently DHA, is very low even in healthy individuals. And DHA is especially difficult to obtain from plant-based omega-3s. Virtually no DHA is converted from ALA: One study showed that only 0.04% is converted to DHA1 and another study showed healthy males converted only 4%.2


Blood pressure

Research shows that DHA supplementation has a better effect on promoting normal blood pressure levels than EPA.

  • In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study, subjects were given purified supplements of EPA or DHA (4 grams) or placebo for 6 weeks. Researchers found that DHA was superior to EPA for supporting healthy blood pressure levels. DHA (but not EPA) also helped reduce heart rate. It was also found that EPA supplements had no effect on raising blood phospholipid levels of DHA, indicating that the body has a difficult time converting EPA supplements to DHA.3
  • DHA is also better at improving vasodilation and endothelial function (as measured by forearm blood flow) in these same subjects.4

Blood Lipids

EPA and DHA have been shown to have favorable effects on blood lipids, including triglycerides, HDL cholesterol and lipid particle size, all important measures of cardiovascular health. While it appears that both EPA and DHA help to lower triglycerides (dosages greater than 2 grams daily), research suggests that DHA is the omega-3 that is responsible for increasing HDL cholesterol levels in the body.5

Overall heart health

In a study of postmenopausal women, those with the highest levels of DHA (and not EPA or ALA) showed significantly better coronary artery health over a 3-year period.6 Similarly, in men, research shows that higher levels of DHA (and lower levels of saturated fat) are associated with better coronary artery health.7

Brain and cognitive health

  • DHA is highly concentrated in the brain, comprising 40% of the EFAs found there. It facilitates nerve cell communication, increases neurotransmitter synthesis, is part of mitochondrial cell membranes and acts as an antioxidant.8
  • Research suggests that high dose omega-3 supplementation (2.8 grams per day) may also help support attention and various cognitive functions, according to a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial in healthy subjects.9

Eye health

  • Studies show that a higher DHA intake supports eye health.10
  • DHA makes up 30–40% of the fatty acids found in the rod outer segments of the eyes’ photoreceptors, making it the predominant essential fatty acid in the retina.
  • Preliminary research suggests that omega-3s may also help with natural tear production, helping to keep eyes moist and hydrated.11

1 Burdge GC, et al. Br J Nutr 2003;90(2):311–21.
2 Emken EA, et al. Biochim Biophys Acta 1994;1213(3):277–88.
3 Mori TA, et al. Hypertension 1999;34(2):253–60.
4 Mori TA, et al. Circulation 2000;102(11):1264–69.
5 Mori TA et al. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care 2006;9:95–104.
6 Erkkila A, et al. J Lipid Res 2006;47(12):2814–19.
7 Simon JA, et al. Am J Epidem 1995;142(5):469–76.
8 Singh M. Indian J Pediatr 2005;72(3):239–42.
9 Fontani G et al. Eur J Clin Invest 2005;35(11):691–9.
10 Johnson EJ et al. Am J Clin Nutr 2008;87:1521–9.
10 Johnson EJ and EJ Schaefer.  Am J Clin Nutr 2006;83(suppl):1494S–8S.
11 Miljanovic B et al. Am J Clin Nutr 2005 Oct;82(4):887–93.

Product Quality

  • Manufactured to exacting standards using highest quality raw materials
  • Produced in accordance with our strict Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that meet or exceed those set by the FDA’s Good Manufacturing Practices
  • Every batch tested to verify purity and potency specifications are met
  • Quality assured with our Triple-Testing Philosophy™
  • Backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee

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