Fish Oil for Pets & Animals
Iceland Pure in Vista, California, harnesses the power of fish oil to
strengthen the health of your pet and lengthen their lives. Utilizing the purest
ingredients, the essential health benefits of fish oils for pets and animals are
not diluted with by-products, artificial ingredients, preservatives or other
additives commonly found in other supplements.
Iceland Pure fish oil supplements are carefully harvested, made and
stored to lock in the natural benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids. These supplements
are made from human-grade fish oils found in salmon, sardines, anchovy, shark
and cod harvested in Icelandic waters and specially formulated for animals.
Iceland harbors the purest waters on the planet, and these fish oils contain
nutrients that fight cancer, reduce inflammation and increase blood flow to all
parts of the body. This helps strengthen joints, muscles and organs, including
the vital processes of the heart and brain.
Iceland Pure fish oils are stored in brushed aluminum bottles to prevent
entry of carcinogens found in plastics and use only natural, helpful extracts to
lock in nutrients. Find the purest supplements for your pet on Iceland Pure to
extend a happy, healthy life. Contact us today to get a bottle or for us to
answer any questions you may have.
|Recently it’s been determined
that Omega-3 – contains 2 remarkable nutrients: EPA and DHA. These
nutrients both thin the blood and reduce inflammation in the joints and
blood vessels thereby reducing the strain on our hearts, enhancing easy
blood flow to the brain, and relieving aches and pains. Heart, brain and
joints simply work better and more efficiently – and who wouldn’t want
that? As an added benefit, Omega-3 also increases HDL levels, the “good”
cholesterol, acting to unclog arteries.
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