Omega-3+ For Men
Omega-3+ For Men

Omega-3+ For Men

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The research around the cognitive and fertility benefits of these nutrients is so compelling. I am so excited to see them together in a single product.

- Hillary Bennetts, Postpartum Nutritionist and mama

Why Omega-3+ is needed.

The right nutrients in bioavailable forms.

We are thoughtful about every ingredient.

DHA

400mg / 800mg from algae
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) is a long-chain Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid that is abundant in fish. We source ours from sustainable microalgae, a sustainable alternative to fish, and is actually where fish get their Omega-3 from.
How it supports dad and sperm:
How it supports dad and sperm:
  • fertility and sperm health (motility, morphology and count)
  • libido and overall vitality
  • brain function and mood
  • hair coverage and skin plumpness
  • eye and heart health
  • healthy cell membranes

EPA

100mg / 200mg from algae
EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) is a long-chain Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid that is abundant in fish. We source ours from sustainable microalgae, a sustainable alternative to fish, and is actually where fish get their Omega-3 from. EPA is important on it’s own, and also supports the efficient use of DHA.
How it supports dad and sperm:
How it supports dad and sperm:
  • fertility and hormone balance
  • inflammatory/immune response
  • mood and brain function

Choline

100mg / 200mg as VitaCholine™, Vidaspheres® Beadlet Technology
We deliver Choline in plant based beadlets for optimal absorption and nutrient protection.
How it supports dad and sperm:
How it supports mama:
  • fertility and sperm health (motility, morphology and count)
  • healthy metabolism
  • normal liver function
  • efficient uptake of Omega-3 DHA
  • memory and sleep-wake cycle function, due to its role in synthesizing the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine
  • healthy cell membranes
  • healthy blood pressure
  • overall gut health, as a keystone species
  • a healthy vaginal microbiome
  • healthy digestion
  • immune function
How it supports baby:
How it supports baby:
  • overall gut health, as a keystone species
  • optimal immune system development
  • healthy skin
  • reduce allergic symptoms
  • overall gut health, as a keystone species
  • optimal immune system development
  • healthy skin
  • reduce allergic symptoms

Lutein

10mg / 20mg
Lutein is a carotenoid that acts as an antioxidant. It’s abundant in vegetables, such as leafy greens, and eggs, but many need or can benefit from more.
How it supports dad and sperm:
How it supports dad and sperm:
  • overall antioxidant function
  • reduce oxidative stress fertility and conception
  • brain and eye health
  • overall antioxidant function
  • reduce oxidative stress fertility and conception
  • brain and eye health

Zeaxanthin

2mg / 4mg overall gut health, as a keystone species
Zeaxanthin is a carotenoid that acts as an antioxidant. It’s abundant in vegetables, such as leafy greens, and eggs, but many need or can benefit from more. Zeaxanthin is a carotenoid that acts as an antioxidant. It’s abundant in vegetables, such as leafy greens, and eggs, but many need or can benefit from more.
How it supports dad and sperm:
How it supports dad and sperm:
  • overall antioxidant function
  • reduce oxidative stress fertility and conception
  • brain and eye health
  • overall antioxidant function
  • reduce oxidative stress fertility and conception
  • brain and eye health

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What is Omega-3?
Omega-3 is critical fat for before, during, and after pregnancy. You cannot make Omega-3, and must obtain it from diet or supplementation. There are three main types of Omega-3, ALA, DHA, and EPA. ALA is found in plants like chia seeds, flax seeds, and walnuts. ALA needs to be converted into the DHA and EPA forms of Omega-3 in order to be used by the body. This conversion process is highly inefficient (often less than 1%), so it is important for mom and baby to consume DHA and EPA directly. Fatty fish and supplements are the two reliable dietary sources. Fish do not make the DHA and EPA, but instead bioaccumulate them from eating algae.
How do I know if I need Omega-3?
Our testing kit can help. Many are surprised to find that even if they eat a lot of salmon and sardines, their Omega-3 levels are lower than optimal. Our’s were! And, research shows that up to 95% of women are deficient. Even if you are not deficient, the more Omega-3 in your diet the better you will feel, especially when you are building baby as ⅓ of his or her brain is made of Omega-3.