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Omega 3 Plus (60)

Omega 3 Plus (60)

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  • Nitrogen Distilled to Prevent Oxidation

  • Potent EPA/DHA Formulation


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Product Description

Some fat is good and, in fact, essential for optimal health.

Omega 3 Plus contains the best balance of Omega-3 essential fatty acids with the most potent EPA/DHA combination.

This product is nitrogen distilled for purity and protection guaranteeing optimal quality. Nitrogen distillation requires the entire development room to be completely free of oxygen in order to prevent unnecessary oxidation. Quality control steps, such as nitrogen distillation, is a cornerstone of Aceva's quality control systems.

Most of the mercury (known to be present in fish) is distilled out of the first and last 10% of distillation. Aceva discards the first and last 10% to ensure the highest quality product with the least amount of processing. This is the second, but equally important, step of Aceva's fish oil processing

"I couldn't believe that taking a tablet by mouth could change my skin so drastically. I am savings lots of money on lotions!"
M. Chirco
Glendale, NY

"I am glad I am not burping up a fish taste like I did with other brands. I appreciate the advice of keeping the tablets in the freezer but it is not necessary! It is probably the extra Vitamin E in Aceva's brand that keeps it from going rancid. Good job!"
J. Rogers
Pt. Pleasant, NJ

This product is beneficial for anyone striving to reach optimal health because without adequate levels of essential fatty acids all cells of the human body become compromised.

The following conditions can gain benefit from this product:

- Pregnancy
- Inflammatory Diseases
- Autoimmune Diseases
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Premenstrual Syndrome 

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Supplemental Facts

Supplemental Facts


Serving Size: 2 Softgels


Servings per Container: 30


                                                                                                                                                     AMOUNT PER


% Daily Value


Vitamin E

(from non-GMO Sunflower Oil)





Fish Oil TG



     EPA (Eicosopentaenoic Acid)



     DHA (Docosahexanoic Acid)




Additional Ingredients: Bovine gelatin, glycerin and water. 

† Daily Value not established.

Formulated from Anchovy, Sardine, and Mackerel from the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. 

Suggested Use

Suggested Use

As a dietary supplement, take two (2) softgels per day or as directed by your health professional




Endocrine influence
AJP - DHA helps to reduce cellular impairment in insulin-resistant and insulin-deficient induced rat, findings reported
ASO - n-3 inhibits increase of cancer cells in pancreas
CDS - Ω-3 may benefit Cystic Fibrosis
Circ - Fish eaters found to have lower leptin levels, compared to vegetarians
Endocrine - Low intake of Ω-3 alters pancreatic function.
KI – Vitamin D may benefit the kidneys and cardiovascular system.
NEJM - Associations between decreased insulin sensitivity and fatty acid levels in skeletal muscle

Glucose maintenance
AJCN - EPA and DHA and people with type-2 diabetes and high blood pressure, no impact on glycated hemoglobin
AJCN – Association between n-3s and plasma.
AJCN – Ω3 shown to reduce adiposity in women with type 2 diabetes
BJN - DHA an indicator of cardiovascular health status
BJN – EPA has beneficial effects on insulin resistance in rats.
Circ - Consuming Fish and Omega-3 Fatty Acids from fish reduce risk of heart disease in women with diabetes
DIAB - Omega-3 fats protect from high-fat diet-induced insulin resistance, mechanism proposed.
Diab - Omega-3 from fish oil improves glucose uptake in presence of insulin, in vitro study
Endocrine – Low omega glucose metabolism insuline release in rats.
HMR – Omega-3 improves sensitivity to insulin in older adults
JCEM – Vitamin D and Calcium may prevent type 2 Diabetes
PLEFA - How omega-3s help the heart, brain, and gut - plausible explanation

Lipids and triglycerides
AJCardio - DHA improves lipid measures in hyperlipidemic children
AJCN - EPA and DHA on a daily basis enriches blood lipids
AJCN - Fish oil reduces heart disease risk in menopausal women - HRT or not
AJCN - Fish oil with GLA improved lipid and fatty acid profiles in women, measurably reducing heart attack risk
AJCN - Increasing EPA and DHA improved blood lipids and did not affect blood clotting factors
AJCN - omega 3s have beneficial effects on adipose tissue
AJCN - Omega-3 fatty acids in health and disease and in growth and development
AJCN - Omega-3s and dietary counseling improve endothelial markers in hyperlipidemic men
AR – Omega 3s can lower triglyceride levels in AIDS patients.
AS - Fish Oil supplementation lowers triglyceride in horses.
ASN - n-3 fish oil has anticoagulant effect in overweight subjects.
ASN – Fish oil associated with improvement in systemic lipid homeostasis and atherosclerosis in mice.
Ath - Review of omega-3 from plant and fish oil and heart health markers
BJN - DHA effects serum lipids thus promotes cardio health
BJN – Increased n-3 consumption is associated with reduced cardiovascular risk.
EJCN – Fish oil improves hemodynamic parameters in subjects with type II diabetes
EJCN – Omega-3s may amend lipids in diabetes patients
Encephale - Sufficient decrease in Omega-3 fatty acids noticed in patients with depression
GP - Fish oil improves lipid profiles in women taking or not taking oral contraceptives
Heart - Fish oil and statin meds in CHD
HM – Fish oil lowers blood lipids in HIV positive patients.
JN – DHA decreases cholesterol in men with high triglyceride levels
JN – Omega-3 PUFAs shown to regulate blood pressure in patients on hemodialysis
JNut - Exercise and nutrition supplements, e.g. fish oil, recommended as first line of defense for lowering cholesterol
JNut - Impact of fish oil supplementation on blood lipids in infants
JS – omega-3 reduces cell reactivity
Lipids – Fish Oil may help treat hyperlipidæmia.
NH - Scientists suggest that diet is the source of fats circulating in the body
PLEFA - Animal study suggests association between DHA and lipoproteins, especially in brain, heart, and brown fat
PLEFA - Fatty acids have an important role in lipid structure and membrane trafficking
PLEFA - Study shows beneficial effects of fish oil prior to cardiac surgery
PNAS – DHA alters bilayer elastic properties
Study to evaluate impact of pure fish oil among Pro football players
Triglyceride-lowering effect of omega-3 LC-polyunsaturated fatty acids


Metabolic parameters

AJCN - Another way EPA and DHA helps reduce heart disease, favorable impact on SAC
AJCN - EPA and DHA and people with type-2 diabetes and high blood pressure, no impact on glycated hemoglobin
AJCN - Omega-3 fats from fish associated with lower levels of C-reactive protein levels
AJCN - Recommends global consideration of fish oil for metabolic syndrome
AJCN - Study reports beneficial impact of fish oils on heart rate
AJCN – Low omega-3 intake will not effect adiposity in overweight men or women
AJCN – n-3 fatty acids and exercise reduce body fat and improve cardiovascular and metabolic health.
ATVB - n-3 and n-6 ratio must be considered when reducing saturated fat intake
Circ - Meta-analysis report, fish oil reduces heart rate in those with higher heart rates, best results when fish oil is consumed for more than 12 weeks
EJCN – Fish oil improves hemodynamic parameters in subjects with type II diabetes
JACC - Large study, those who eat fish have reduced inflammatory markers, less risk for heart disease
JBC – Increasing EPA will favorably effect heart and inflammatory system
JC – EPA shown to reduce blood pressure without altering heart rate in men
JNut - Omega-3 fats associated with lower levels of inflammatory markers, from Nurses Health study
JNut - omega-3s fatty acids associated with lower inflammatory markers, helps explain how they help reduce heart disease risk
JRheum - 3 year investigation, multiple benefits from fish oil for heart and rheumatoid arthritis

 Primary prevention
ACCardio - Omega-3s from fish, and diets rich in baked or broiled fish, are associated with reduce risk for heart failure
AIM - Fish Oils and Atherosclerosis
AIM - Results from a large, systematic review report that fish oil improves mortality, even compared to statins.
AJ Cardio - Relationship between DHA and CRP reported
AJC – Fish oil supplementation increases heart health
AJC – Low levels of EPA and DHA may be a risk factor for Acute Coronary Syndrome.
AJCN - Another way EPA and DHA helps reduce heart disease, favorable impact on SAC
AJCN - Omega-3 Fatty Acids Improve Arterial Elasticity
AJCN - Omega-3 fatty acids in health and disease and in growth and development
AJCN – EPA has strong association with physical well-being
AJCN – Fish consumption associated with protection from cardiovascular disease.
AJE - EPA and DHA may provide different levels of protection for colorectal cancer.
AJEpi - Eating fish and omega-3 from fish reduces risk for MI
AJM - Fish oil improves tolerance of cold in patients with Raynaud's disease.
AJPHCP - Reducing O6 and increasing O3 greatly reduces cardiovascular risk
AJPM - Omega-3s estimated to be more effective in preventing sudden death than automated external defibrillators (AEDs)
Athersclerosis - DHA shown to reduce coronary heart disease
Athersclerosis – EPA improves carotid IMT baPWV
ATV - Proper Ω-3/Ω-6 ratios are necessary when reducing saturated fat intake.
ATVB - Mercury attenuates the benefits of fish oils, best avoided
ATVB - Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease
BiomedP - The Importance of the Ratio of Omega-6/Omega-3 Essential Fatty A
BJN - the combination of exercise and fish oil supplementation, may help counteract inflammation
CEBP - Fish oil not shown to enhance cancer cells in rats.
Chest - Fish oil shown to help heart rate variability among seniors
Circ - New 2006 Diet and Lifestyle recommendations from the Heart Association
Circ - AHA Scientific Statement on fish, omega-3s and heart health
Circ - Consuming Fish and Omega-3 Fatty Acids from fish reduce risk of heart disease in women with diabetes
Circ - Fatty Acid Level as a Predictive Risk Factor for Sudden Death
Circ - Omega-3, time course benefit with 1 gram omega-3 for heart health
Circ - Reduction in heart rate with fish oils, consistent finding
Circulation - Oily fish help prevent sudden cardiac death
CS - Fish oil improves heart function in healthy men
DOM - Ω-3 status is influenced by inflammatory status.
EJCN - Correlations between DHA and folate in men
EJCPR - Omega-3 PUFA supplementation imposed a favorable effect on arterial elasticity.
EurJAP - Fish oil supports healthy brachial blood flow during exercise
FASEB – EPA and DHA associated with less aortic lesion formation.
Heart - Systematic review: authors conclude that ALA, as found in flax seed oil, does not improve heart risk factors
JACC – Dietary PUFA supplementation may improve heart function in patients with stable congestive heart failure.
JAMA - Benefit vs. risk: Omega-3s significantly reduce coronary death and mortality
JAMA - Consuming fish and omega-3 fatty acids from fish reduce risk of heart disease in women
JAMA - Fish Intake Lowers Risk of Stroke in Men
JCM - EPA and DHA can provide therapy for sudden cardiac death
JLR - More DHA associated with less coronary atherosclerosis in women
JLR - Partitioning of polyunsaturated fatty acids, which prevent cardiac arrhythmias, into phospholipid cell membranes.
Lancet – Evidence suggests use of EPA with statins may aid in the prevention of major coronary events


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