Making a sustainable choice with omega-3s

life'sDHA Editors


Published on

08 June 2018


The krill oil industry has recently faced negative media coverage due to over fishing in areas that have been put forward as ocean sanctuaries. Keeping these areas protected will support marine ecosystems in building resilience to the combined impacts of climate change, pollution and fishing.

Krill are harvested for their high omega-3 content, but did you know that the omega-3 in krill and certain fish is due to the algae that they eat? Certain strains of algae produce omega-3 EPA and DHA and are 100% sustainable. Look for the life’sDHA logo when choosing an omega-3 supplement for an eco-friendly, plant-based, vegetarian source of omega-3.


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