THE OMEGA-3 TEST

Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA are not produced in sufficient amounts by the body and must be replenished through the diet. The main source of omega-3 is oily fish, which is why the government recommends we eat fish at least twice a week, with at least one meal being an oily fish like salmon, mackerel or sardines. For those who don't eat fish, you can consider omega-3 cod liver oil and fish oil supplements to top up your omega-3 levels.

WHAT ARE YOUR OMEGA-3 LEVELS?

We're here to help - our online Omega-3 test allows you to quickly and easily track the amount of nutrition you're getting through your daily diet alone - helping you to understand what your body might need more of to support your diet and lifestyle.

COMPLETE THE QUESTIONS BELOW AND LET THE TEST DO THE REST

About You
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What age bracket do you fall into?
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Do you follow any specific dietary choices?
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From the fish groups below, please select how many items you would eat from that group in a typical week:
Herring, Mackerel, Salmon,
Sardines, Trout, Fresh Tuna
Cod, Haddock, Plaice,
Pollock, Dab
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How often have you used an Omega-3/Fish Oil/Cod Liver Oil supplement in the past 6 months?
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What supplement brand are you using?
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What are the Omega-3 levels per daily supplement dose?
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Your Omega-3 Levels Are:

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Importance of Omega-3