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Ovega-3 Vegetarian Softgels, 500 mg, 60 Count

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60 Softgels
  • Heart healthy benefits of fish oil but without the "fishy" aftertaste or "fish burps" associated with many fish oils
  • Sourced from algae
  • GMO-free
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Ovega-3 Vegetarian Softgels, 500 mg, 60 Count + Nature's Plus Source of Life Garden Vitamin D3 -- 60 Vegetarian Capsules + Deva Vegan Vitamins Daily Multivitamin & Mineral Supplement  90 tablets (Pack of 2)
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Size: 60 Softgels

Ovega-3 is a vegetarian omega-3 supplement containing high levels of both DHA and EPA omega-3 fatty acids, to support heart health.

Product Details

Size: 60 Softgels
  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 2.3 x 4.6 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B004LL7AXE
  • UPC: 092961020166
  • Item model number: 02016
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (192 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,289 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

There is no fishy smell or taste as with other brands.
Shannon Quinn
This seems like a good product but I have no way to know either what is in it or if it does anything useful.
Ronald Doctors
Great source of omega-3 for vegetarian who does not want to take fish oil.
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96 of 97 people found the following review helpful By s. kyle on January 7, 2012
Size Name: 60 Softgels Verified Purchase
i used to buy the deva omega3 supplements ([...]) and liked them very much except that i had to take so many per day because they only contain 200mg DHA per capusle (no EPA). the last time i went on amazon to reorder the deva supplements i found these and decided to give them a shot - with 320mg DHA and 130mg EPA (not sure what makes up the other 50mg, the facts say 500mg total) i can cut down on how many capsules i take each day (i take these for inflammation which requires a higher dose than what is usually recommended).

so the pro is that the capsules contain 120mg more DHA and 130mg more EPA than the deva supplements. also, for the amount of omega3 you're getting ovega-3 is less expensive (even with the deva price being reduced on amazon). the cons are:
* capsule size is significantly larger...i'd say by 30%-40%. however, they are still relatively easy to swallow as they have a smooth coating
* the capsules have an odd smell...sort of a plastic/seaweed combo. not super strong so it's not a big deal to me, though i prefer the deva supplements on this point (they didn't have any noticeable scent)

overall i think i like the ovega-3 supplements better - mostly because i have to take fewer per day, and also because they are a bit less expensive. however, if i only required 200mg-400mg of omega-3 per day i'd probably stick with deva because they are smaller and don't have an odd scent.

EDIT: some reviews of this product imply that you would need to take 2-3 deva supplements to equal one ovega-3 supplement which is misleading. the deva supplements contain 200mg of DHA, 0mg EPA. the ovega-3 supplements contain 320mg DHA, 130mg EPA.
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107 of 115 people found the following review helpful By mama2desi on May 26, 2011
Size Name: 60 Softgels Verified Purchase
I just received this item last week. I am really impressed with it!

I searched 2 weeks for a product with exactly what I was looking for at a decent price and I found this!

The Product:

~Pros:

*60 soft gels (2 month supply at one a day (on bottle) or 30 day supply if you take 2 a day)

*The pills give 130 EPA and 320 DHA in the form of algal oil for EACH soft gel

*They are soft gels (made with all plant materials and non gmo) Modified cornstarch, carragreenan, glycerin, sorbitol, water, beta-carotene, caramel

*The pills kinda large, but easy to swallow, especially with it being a soft gel

*The glycerin in this is made from palm oil and the cornstarch used is made with
NON-GMO based corn!

*They don't smell like fish..they have a faint dry grass smell to them kinda like dry rabbit pellet food.

*Doesn't cause fishy burping taste, etc (theres never any indication that i've taken it really, which is good)

*Comes in a Large Dark colored bottle

*has more DHA per serving than other pills and is supplemented with EPA which some other pills are not!

~Cons: No Safety Child Cap! Hopefully they will give this option in the future!

(I do keep mine up in the top cabinet, but you never know what can happen when you have kids)

Delivery/Shipping/Price:

This price was good for $22 plus FREE shipping, But they ended up charging me $11 for shipping...Next time I will buy directly from Amazon since they have it for $24 with definite super saver shipping!

I received in less than a week, which is average =)

~Overall great product and I highly recommended it! I am a Vegan and am so glad that I found this!

for more info on the source of their algae, etc..check out the oveg-3 website..it has lots of good info and even a free coupon for $1 off! W@@T!
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By M.C. Hewins TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 13, 2011
Size Name: 60 Softgels Verified Purchase
This is a excellent vegetarian product and alternative to fish oil. I usually purchase Deva Vegetarian Supplements, but this is a MUCH better deal and product than Deva's comparable Deva Vegan Omega-3 Dha, Algae, 200 mg,, 90 Vcaps or DEVA Vegan Vitamins Vegan DHA (Algae) 200mg Vegan Softgels, 90-Count Bottle - Deva requires 3 capsules to compare to what Ovega can do two capsules, all while saving you a few extra bucks. I cannot even find a comparable product at my local natural foods store. This is the best value for Vegetarian Sourced Omega Supplements. Highly Recommended!
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74 of 89 people found the following review helpful By rickdd68 on September 18, 2012
Size Name: 60 Softgels Verified Purchase
It's Vegetarian, but it contains:

Caramel color
(search: caramel colors under fire Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI))
The class of caramel colorants seems to matter.

Carrageenan
(search: Stonyfield The Question of Carrageenan Safety)
The type of carrageenan seems to matter.

Sorbitol
Why add an artificial sweetener to a pill that's swallowed?
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mandy on March 8, 2013
Size Name: 60 Softgels
I wrote their customer service voicing concern over the caramel ingredient and this is what they said:

"The colorants used in Ovega-3 are caramel and beta-carotene. Both are derived from natural sources and considered safe for use in food products (dietary supplements) when meeting certain standards set by the FDA. As the algal oil is very sensitive to heat and light, we added a colorant in the soft-gel capsule to add an extra layer of protection for the algal contained within. The source of the caramel in from DE highly refined corn syrup."

I then inquired about the sorbitol ingredient. I asked if it was naturally sourced or synthetic [...] and this is what they said:
"There are no synthetic ingredients in our products. Also, all ingredients are non GMO."
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