VISTA-Omega 3 capsule is made up of 1.1g of purified, pharmaceutical-grade fish oil. The 1.1g of fish oil is made up of 1g of Omega-3 fatty acids, of which 450mg is DHA or docosahexaenoic acid and 500mg is EPA or eicosapentaenoic acid. VISTA-Omega 3 does not contain any sugar, sweetener, or salt and it is free from gluten and what’s more it has not genetically modified products. Furthermore there are no preservatives, colourings or flavours contained in the supplement. The essential fatty acids which are found in VISTA-Omega 3 are protected from any oxidation or corrosion by a range of all natural anti-oxidants, which are known as tocopherols. Essential fatty acids promote overall good health and wellbeing and due to their importance, it is important to find a supplement that is able to provide the correct intake of EFA (essential fatty acids).
Vista-Omega 3 is made up of the following ingredients:
- 1g of purified, pharmaceutical-grade fish oil and 1g of Omega-3 fatty acids, The Omega-3 fatty acids, are broken down to include, 450mg of DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and 500mg of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid).
- Additional ingredients found in the supplement, include gelatin, a wetting agent: glycerin, water; an antioxidant: natural tocopherols.
The recommended dosage is a single capsule once a day.
During the research, no information could be found on the cost of the supplement. It was discovered that the product is available in Belgium, and is sold in 60 capsule containers obtainable through a dealer network. The online users is unable to purchase the product online. Prospective customers, not in Belgium were advised to contact the vendor directly to find out if the product could be bought locally.
No information could be found relating to a guarantee or to a return policy. The only available information was a contact phone number in Belgium and an email link which could be used to ask additional questions relating to the product.
Conclusion – Vista-Omega 3
It could be that this product can only be purchased in Belgium. A prospective customer located in a different country would need to contact the vendor to find out if the product is available locally and if there are local dealers. Should a local dealer exist, they should be able to provide additional information on a guarantee and cost. It’s recommended that a customer from Belgium also find out this information before purchasing. Since the product is not locally manufactured, it may raise warning flags for prospective buyers.