Who says fats are unhealthy? Get your hands on omega-3 fatty acids also known as fish oil. It’s one of the best fats you must get through your diet to maintain health.

If you love your health, then you must love omega-3 fatty acids! Let us discover how Omega 3 Fatty acids benefits your health.

Omega-3 Loves Your Heart

Some people may have higher heart rate, putting them at higher risk of having sudden cardiac death. However, researchers proved that daily supplementation of omega-3 fish oil helps to maintain heart rate in people with higher heart rate, reducing risk of sudden cardiac death. It also helps to reduce triglyceride level, one of the causes that leads to heart attack and stroke.1

Omega-3 Loves Your Baby

Omega-3 fatty acids are a major component in the development of baby’s brain and eyes. It’s essential throughout pregnancy and into the childhood years. It also supports healthy vision development and promotes better sleep.3,4

A research showed that 92% of pregnant and breastfeeding moms in Malaysia DID NOT take enough omega-3 fatty acids daily.
Mommy, love your health and baby. Start by taking 1000mg of fish oil daily!

Omega-3 Loves Your Mind

The brain is the most important organ in the body as it helps us perform our daily tasks. Researchers found that brains rich with omega-3 have reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease and brain nerve damage.

As a result, you have better memory, enhanced learning ability, higher attention span and better mood.5, 6

Omega-3 Loves Your Joints

When cartilage that cushions your bone end in the joints start to become thinner, you will experience joints stiffness, less in joint movement, and joint pain with tenderness at the affected area.

Omega-3 work to decrease the inflammation that cause the pain, slowing down the progression of joint pain and act as lubricants for you to move freely and pain free!7, 8

List of foods that are rich in omega 3 fats

Here are 8 Incredible Omega 3 Rich Foods that you can add to your daily diet:

  1. Soybeans (Roasted)
  2. Walnuts
  3. Salmon
  4. Canola Oil
  5. Sardines
  6. Chia Seeds
  7. Mackerel
  8. Flaxseeds

Another way to fill in the nutrition gaps that we could not gain from our diet alone is by supplementing. Oh yes, there are a lot of brand of fish oil supplement in the market but what makes OmegaGuard outstanding from others is the quality and criteria that involved in the making and the final products.

The OmegaGuard Shaklee Difference

Concentrated fish oil

OmegaGuardTM provides a full spectrum of seven pure Omega-3 essential fatty acids, naturally found in small, cold-water fish. Each serving contains concentrated 999mg of Omega-3 (546mg EPA which benefits your health and 360mg DHA which is important for normal development and function).

Triple Molecular Distillation

To ensure purity and potency, the fish oil in OmegaGuardTM undergoes a modern Triple Molecular Distillation process that concentrates the beneficial Omega-3 fatty acids while removing harmful compounds like mercury, lead, arsenic cadmium, dioxins, PBCs, and other contaminants. Minimizes odor and fishy aftertaste.

Friends of Sea

Certified by Friend of the Sea® to help ensure a constant supply of high-quality fish oil for Shaklee products without harming the environment.

Nutritional Facts

Suggested use:
For adults only. Take 3 capsules one time a day with meal.

In this month of January 2020, Shaklee is offering a great deal on OmegaGuard, so grab the opportunity to save more on your purchase.

Interested to prioritize your health with Omega Guard?

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** These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease


  1. Mozaffarian, D., Geelen, A., Brouwer, I. A., Geleijnse, J. M., Zock, P. L., & Katan, M. B. (2005). Effect of Fish Oil on Heart Rate in Humans: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. Circulation, 112(13).
  2. Krauss-Etschmann, Hartl D, Rzehak P, Heinrich J, Shadid R, Del Carmen Ramírez-Tortosa M, Campoy C, Pardillo S, Schendel DJ, Decsi T, Demmelmair H, Koletzko BV. Decreased cord blood IL-4, IL-13, and CCR4 and increased TGF-beta levels after fish oil supplementation of pregnant women.
  3. Harris MA. Implementation of evidence-based recommendations for omega 3 docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in pregnancy. Talk presented at: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2015 Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo; October 5, 2015; Nashville, TN.
  4. Lammi-Keefe CJ. Nutrition’s role in successful pregnancy outcome: omega-3 fatty acids. Talk presented at: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2015. Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo; October 5, 2015; Nashville, TN.
  5. Cole, G.M. and S.A.J.T.J.o.n. Frautschy, DHA may prevent age-related dementia. 2010. 140(4): p. 869-874.
  6. Uauy R, Dangour AD. Nutrition in brain development and aging: role of essential fatty acids. Nutr Rev. 2006 May;64(5 Pt 2):S24-33.
  7. Lopez HL. Nutritional interventions to prevent and treat osteoarthritis. Part I: focus on fatty acids and macronutrients. PM R. 2012 May;4(5 Suppl):S145-54.
  8. Miles EA, Calder PC. Influence of marine n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on immune function and a systematic review of their effects on clinical outcomes in rheumatoid arthritis. Br J Nutr. 2012 Jun;107 Suppl 2:S171-84.

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