Omega-3 Content

Spending money on supplements that don’t work is like throwing your hard-earned cash down the drain.

Too often, the amount of active ingredient listed on the label doesn’t match what is actually inside the product. Too low, and it may not be effective. Too high, and it could be unsafe for consumption.

This is especially common with omega-3 supplements. Some brands will claim to have certain quantities of EPA and DHA in them, when really the capsules contain another (usually cheaper to manufacture) type of omega-3 altogether.

IFOS provides you with peace of mind so you can easily find products that deliver what the label promises. Just look for the IFOS certification mark on product labels.