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proven in practice.
Proving that our products work in a lab or at a biochemical level isn’t enough. Hear from our community about how our Omega-3 performs in their lives.
Omega-3 during pregnancy is needed.
In my practice, almost 90% of the patients that I test are deficient in Omega-3s. Unfortunately, many prenatal vitamins lack the DHA + EPA that most mamas and mamas-to-be need.
Far from fishy
It’s far from fishy. Omega-3s are so great for kids, especially, as well as adults. The powder is sweet and pleasant tasting, and you can eat it alone or blended into foods.
Novel, effective, and needed.
I am thrilled to be in partnership with Needed as they launch their novel, effective, and needed Omega-3 Liposomal Powder. It's a delight to see our copy of nature’s simple, elegant, and highly efficient delivery system introduced to consumers, providing widespread access to the benefits of key nutrients.
My son and I tried it, and it was fantastic! No taste whatsoever.
Mild and slightly sweet.
The kids and I tried out the products. They didn't notice a taste, and I found it to be mild and slightly sweet.
This works for me!
I put in a smoothie, and it was totally undetectable in consistency and taste! I love getting my hidden health benefits, so this works for me.
Kids loved it!
My kids and I loved it! I sprinkled it on our "healthy" pancakes.
My favorite things about Needed's Omega-3 is that it’s vegan and my kids couldn’t taste it in their smoothies!
Far better than the liquid stuff.
A slight fish taste was present but not strong. If I didn’t know it was in there, I wouldn't have noticed it. It was far better than the liquid stuff and packaged powders that make smoothies taste gross.
No fishy after taste.
I love that it was in powder form and that I didn’t have a fishy after taste in my mouth.
Versatile and simple.
I like how versatile it is and how simple it is to incorporate into your family's routine. I also love that it does not rely on fish as the main source of omega-3.
Omega-3 is key during pregnancy.
Pregnant women consuming long chain omega-3 fatty acids such as found in seafood, fish oil and algal oil can reduce the earliest and most risky preterm births by 42%, according to the Cochrane Review (2018). Pregnant women should try to achieve a DHA intake of around 500 mg/day during pregnancy. Women who don’t consume enough seafood, can receive DHA from prenatal supplements that contain DHA. Most DHA supplements are in a capsular form, however, a powder source that can be added to foods and beverages is now available for women who prefer not to take capsules.