Fish Oil

Researchers say low doses of fish oil resulted in a seizure frequency 33.6% lower than the placebo control.

Omega-3 may reduce epilepsy seizures

By Annie Harrison-Dunn

Low doses of omega-3 rich fish oil may reduce epilepsy seizure frequency by around a third, according to research published in the British Medical Journal.

Supplement industry represents a,

A North Atlantic first: Pharma Marine wins MSC omega-3 source backing

By Annie Harrison-Dunn

Supplements firm Pharma Marine has won Marine Steward Council (MSC) Chain of Custody standard for its by-product ingredient line CodMarine, but it’s critical other supplement players follow suit in addressing their sizable marine footprint, says the certification...

Omega-3 sustainability drive steps up a gear

Omega-3 sustainability drive steps up a gear

By Lynda Searby

Functional food and supplement producer Bio-Life SPRL claims to have become the first company in Belgium and France to offer fish oil derived omega-3 supplements with sustainability certification, as the drive to have origins audited by Friend of the...

Could fish oil supply dip provide added opportunity for krill?

Could fish oil supply dip provide added opportunity for krill?

By Hank Schultz

Uneven supply in the fish oil market has had an effect on store shelves, according to Royal DSM, one of the world’s biggest suppliers.  Could that create a bigger opening for alternative sources such as krill?  It’s too early to say for sure, but krill...

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