Rejuvenation Science® provides only high-quality Omega-3 fish oil supplements. Omega-3 Wild Fish Oil contains oils from specially selected stocks. Every batch is tested, and only the cleanest oils are chosen for encapsulation. Guaranteed by assay, every softgel will contain less than the following limits established by GOED (Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s) in their latest monograph, formerly the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN).
PCB's 0.09 ppm (parts per million)
Arsenic 0.1 ppm
Cadmium 0.1 ppm
Lead 0.1 ppm
Mercury 0.1 ppm
In the past, the unpleasant taste of fish oil products was generally due to rancidity. Today, Rejuvenation Science Omega-3 Wild Fish Oil contains a natural anti-oxidant complex of rosemary, vitamin C and natural tocopherols to inhibit the process of oxidation which causes rancidity. The development of this anti-oxidant complex involved repeated trials and extensive testing until the optimal formula was finalized. The ability of this proprietary anti-oxidant complex to preserve the oil from rancidity has been proven by Accelerated Oxidation Tests, as well as long-term shelf life studies.
Every batch is tested and guaranteed by assay to have an anisidine value of less than 20, and a peroxide value of less than 5 meq/kg. Anisidine and peroxide are two important measures of freshness, giving our customers the assurance that they are supplementing with a fish oil that is free from rancidity and oxidation.
We consider "pharmaceutical grade" as close to synthetic as possible. While this is appropriate for synthetic pharmaceutical drugs where one may want to isolate the side effects of these unnatural compounds, it is not an appropriate model or paradigm for food-derived supplements (unless, of course, you are a pharmaceutical company trying to market the benefits of your patented laboratory creation).
Other fish oil supplements, especially the "pharmaceutical grade" concentrated ones, use the molecular distillation process. In the molecular distillation process, omega-3 fish oils are repeatedly raised in temperature to 200°C (390 °F) to concentrate the EPA and DHA and remove contaminants such as pesticides and heavy metals. When the omega-3 fatty acids are exposed to this heat level, they cook and their molecular structure is altered. When this occurs, trans fatty acids are formed. When fish oils are so altered, they may lose their biological activity and therapeutic value.
Few studies, if any, of the more than 10,000 studies on omega-3 in fish oils, have been done with molecular distilled fish oil. A search on pubmed.gov for "molecular distilled fish oil" or "molecular distilled omega-3" returns 0 results, whereas a search for omega-3 returns 10,500 results.
Rejuvenation Science Omega-3 Wild Fish Oil supplements are manufactured via a proprietary refinement process in low-temperature conditions. The natural anti-oxidant complex is added at specific phases of the process to provide protection when it is most needed.
Finally, some omega-3 products use a chemical process to concentrate the omega-3 content. This process alters the molecular structure of the EPA and DHA. With Rejuvenation Science Omega-3 Wild Fish Oil, you are assured of receiving omega-3's in their more natural unconcentrated forms.
Rejuvenation Science® Biom3ga Krill Oil also uses a low-heat purification process.
Omega-3 fish oil 1 g
Omega-3 fatty acids 350 mg
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid) 180 mg
DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid) 120 mg
Other Omega-3 Fatty Acids 50 mg
with natural lemon flavor, rosemary, vitamin C, and natural tocopherols
in a gelatin softgel
Rejuvenation Science® Omega-3 Wild Fish Oil provides quality and freshness you can actually taste. Simply cut open a softgel to see that it does not have the bad taste and rancid odor often associated with common, cheap, mass-produced commodity fish oils. In addition, a natural lemon flavoring leaves a pleasant aftertaste.
GOED Voluntary Monoagraph (v.3 - July 1, 2006) formerly CRN Omega-3 Voluntary Monograph, October 2002
Rejuvenation Science Omega-3 Wild Fish Oil specifications
Certificate of Analysis - Omega-3 Wild Fish Oil, January 2004