An Ocean of Benefits

Aug 10th, 2012 | Category: Young Living Product Blog

This has been an exciting week at Young Living. We just launched the new OmegaGize³ supplement! Gary and team have taken all the benefits of Omega Blue and enhanced them with more omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D3, and premium CoQ10. This new formula is combined with our exclusive omega enhancement essential oil blend that features pure clove, German chamomile, and spearmint essentials oils for added antioxidant support.

Through rigorous independent and internal testing and research, Young Living was able to source one of the purest fish oils available. You can have confidence that our fish oil surpasses industry standards for purity. As many of you know, omega-3 fatty acids have long been studied for their ability to assist natural immune response, cardiovascular functions, and brain function.*

The addition of CoQ10 plays a vital role in the normal function of the body’s cells* and is found in the highest concentrations of the hardest-working organs in the body—especially the heart, liver, and kidneys. CoQ10 levels start to decline as we age, but with OmegaGize³, we utilized the bioidentical Kaneka Q10™ CoQ10, which is the highest quality CoQ10 in the world and replenishes this vitamin to the body. We then added vitamin D3, which may help maintain already normal circulation, mood, and the body’s ability to absorb calcium.*

When used daily, the ingredients in OmegaGize³ work synergistically to support normal brain, heart, eye, and joint health for improved wellness, purpose, and abundance.* We’d love to hear your comments about this new product; leave your thoughts in the comments section of this post and we’ll pick a random winner next week to receive a FREE bottle of OmegaGize³!

Until next week,

—Marco Colindres III, Associate Product Marketing Manager

*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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