#1 Omega 3 Fish Oil Capsules – Triple Strength Omega 3 GOLD – 1200mg, 180 Softgels (Contains 1,060 mg of Omega 3 per Softgel) (Pharmaceutical Grade) (1000mg EPA + DHA)


Triple Strength Omega-3 GOLD by Nutrigold®

– The Gold Standard natural fish oil concentrate

– Made with IFOS 5-Star Certified fish oil

– Each 1,200 mg fish oil softgel contains 1,060 mg of Omega-3s (750 EPA, 250 DHA, 60 other EFAs)

– Exceptional purity – No foul breath, fishy aftertaste or burps

– Sourced from Alaskan deep ocean waters (NOT from farm-raised fish)

– Pharmaceutical-grade – Tested and certified by 3rd party labs to ensure purity and potency

– Guaranteed free of harmful Mercury, Dioxins, PCBs, and toxins

– Exceeds GOED, CRN Voluntary Monograph, and International Fish Oil Standards (IFOS)

– MSC certified “Sustainable” fish oil source

– 100% sourced, purified, and manufactured in USA

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Softgel
Servings per Bottle: 180

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Ingredient : Amount per Softgel
Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil Concentrate : 1,200 mg
(Molecularly Distilled, Ultra Purified)

– Total Omega-3s : 1,060 mg
– EPA : 750 mg
– DHA : 250 mg
– Other Omega-3s : 60 mg

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Ingredients: Purified Fish Oil Concentrate (from MSC-certified sustainable, wild-caught, US Whitefish such as Walleye Pollock, North Pacific Whiting or Hake and/or North Pacific Cod from Alaskan deep ocean cold waters), Softgel (Bovine Gelatin, Vegetable Glycerin, Purified Water), Natural Mixed Tocopherols.

Does NOT contain artificial ingredients, colors, flavors, Milk, Lactose, Gluten, Wheat, Yeast, Starch, Peanuts, Soy Protein, or Shellfish.

About Omega-3s
Plenty of research evidence has confirmed the usefulness of Omega-3 fatty acids in supporting healthy heart, brain, joints, vision, and skin health.

Learn and Compare
Most other brands provide only 250mg to 350mg of Omega-3 fatty acids in a 1,000mg or 1,200mg fish oil softgel. This product contains 1,060mg Omega-3s in each 1,200mg fish oil softgel.

$ 32.95

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  1. 80 of 81 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nutrigold VS. Prescription(Lovaza), May 31, 2012
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    TG (California) –

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    This review is from: #1 Omega 3 Fish Oil Capsules – Triple Strength Omega 3 GOLD – 1200mg, 180 Softgels (Contains 1,060 mg of Omega 3 per Softgel) (Pharmaceutical Grade) (1000mg EPA + DHA) (Health and Beauty)

    When buying an Omega-3 supplement you want to check how much EPA and DHA is actually provided per serving (EPA and DHA are the beneficial fatty acids you are looking for in Omega-3’s). Having the background of someone working in the medical field I recommended Nutrigold to my father who happens to be a heart patient. The amount of Omega-3’s(specifically EPA & DHA) provided per capsule for Nutrigold are slighter higher than his prescription strength Lovaza. Nutrigold: 750mg EPA + 250mg DHA vs Lovaza: 475mg EPA + 365mg DHA. As an added bonus they cost much less than the prescription. Don’t fall for the gimmicks of the big drug companies who pay the FDA millions to get approval and pass the cost onto the consumer. I would highly recommended this product to anyone looking for a great source of essential Omega-3’s. I will follow up this review at a later time with more info with regards to taste and compliance.

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    UPDATE(06/04/2012):

    I recently visited the IFOS(International Fish Oil Standard) website(Google it). They are an independent lab in Ontario, Canada that tests fish for consistency and heavy metal content. I was unable to find any Nutrigold info on their site. So I emailed Nutrigold support a few days ago to request a copy of the IFOS Certificate from their quality control department(IFOS website suggested this). I received an email this morning with the certificate attached and they even offered to send me an updated certificate when their new batch gets analyzed. The lab results are ecactly in line with what the product claims with complete accuracy in the amount of essential Omega-3s provided. This product is 90% of the stuff your looking for (EPA + DHA) and that is a really good number. I found this info to be very reassuring of my decision to purchase this product. Here is Nutrigold’s support email for anyone that may be curious: support(at)nutrigold.com

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  2. Daniel Tittle says
    39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Omega-3 “bang” for your buck, January 17, 2012
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    Daniel Tittle (Long Beach, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: #1 Omega 3 Fish Oil Capsules – Triple Strength Omega 3 GOLD – 1200mg, 180 Softgels (Contains 1,060 mg of Omega 3 per Softgel) (Pharmaceutical Grade) (1000mg EPA + DHA) (Health and Beauty)

    This is what I’ve recently learned about shopping for fish oil supplements: look at the CONCENTRATION of Omega-3 present in a given supplement. In the case of Omega-3 Gold, it contains 750 mg of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and 250 mg of DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). In other words 1000 mg of each 1250 mg softgel is actual Omega-3 fatty acids, i.e. the actual stuff you’re taking these to get. The remaining 250 or so mg is just fat, which, while not necessarily bad for you, isn’t the same thing as Omega-3 (also a fat; a particular kind).

    The label from the bottle of a different brand I’ve bought in the past lists, per softgel: 1200 mg Fish Body Oils (marine lipid concentrate). Of that, 400 mg is EPA and 200 mg is DHA. That’s only 1/2 Omega-3. Other supplements, including a lot of less-expensive ones, can be as little as 1/3 or 1/4 Omega-3.

    For me, this means:

    If I’m comparing brands on a softgel-by-softgel basis it may look like I’m getting a good deal with the cheaper brand, when in fact I may need to take more capsules of it to get a proper dose of Omega-3. For that reason a seemingly pricier brand like Omega-3 Gold starts to look like a much better deal.

    When I’m trying to work out the right dosage for me, I need to do a little extra math when I go from brand to brand, because two different brands don’t necessarily match up capsule-for-capsule, or mg-to-mg.

    I hate taking pills, and have to carry what I do take around with me when I travel: so if I can get more Omega-3 out of fewer pills–as I can with Omega-3 Gold–so much the better.

    Anyways, no real problems with it so far–for being such a big 1250 mg of fish oil it doesn’t seem any harder to swallow than any 1000 mg softgels I’ve taken. It contains no orange or lemon “flavor”, but any lingering fishy aftereffects range from subtle to nonexistent. My wife, who’s much more sensitive to these sorts of things than I am, has had no complaints.

    It’s molecularly distilled, which is important for avoiding PCBs and heavy metals, and seems to help with the odor too.

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  3. Lucas Downard says
    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Potent Omega-3 Supplement, August 12, 2011
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    Lucas Downard (Jacksonville, FL) –
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    I’ve been taking fish oil off and on for a few years at least. I believe there’s quite a bit of research showing the omega-3 oils are important for skin, brain, etc. At least on the surface, this product appears to be superior to others I have used.

    1. It has alot (more than other supplements I’ve used and liked) of omega-3 oils

    2. You only have to take one pill to get it. Other suppliments i’ve seen require 2 or more to reach the same level EPA/DHA – even though they might have the same amout of fish oil total, it’s the EPA/DHA levels that are important.

    3. It’s purified to eliminate mercury. I think every fish oil supplement should be this way – why would you want to consume mercury or other toxic material?

    Some other things to consider:
    1. It’s nice that you only need one pill, but that also means you should keep in mind it’s probably a larger pill than others. It’s fine for me, I prefer it actually since your supply will last longer, but it’s just something to consider.

    2. I’ve taken some omega-3 supplements that smelled nice and were maybe a bit smoother on the surface. This one is just a simple pill. It doesn’t smell bad though and it’s not bad going down, but just wanted to mention it.

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