Ocean Blue Review & Giveaway (US)

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

My entire family takes a fish oil supplement every day, including our three children. We began taking Omega-3 supplements several years ago on the recommendation of my daughter’s pulmonary specialist as he indicated it can help to calm the inflammation associated with her severe asthma. It is therefore extremely important to me that we are using the highest quality supplement available.

Ocean Blue has an ultra-high potency super concentrated fish oil supplement that meets the daily requirements in one tiny pill! What sets Ocean Blue apart from other brands is that it addresses the need to include sufficient EPA and DHA. It is 88% pure which is significantly more purified than the comparable 30 percent or less of other leading fish oil and krill oil formulas. In fact, Ocean Blue Minicaps® have 350mg of omega-3 per serving!

Ocean Blue Review

What immediately got my attention while initially researching this product is that it is molecularly distilled and it is purified to remove contaminants, has a concentrated dose in one tiny, easy to swallow pill with no detectable odor as it includes vanilla. The first important thing that I made sure to check is that Blue Ocean Omega-3 Minicaps® are mercury free which is a requirement for me in any supplement that I give to my family. Having no odor or fishy aftertaste is extremely important to me too because it means that there is less chance that the supplement has gone rancid or undergone oxidation.

According to Ocean Blue, scientific studies have shown that Omega-3 (EPA and DHA) may help to:

  • Reduce the risk of coronary disease
  • Support brain and cognitive function
  • Promote a healthy immune response
  • Support healthy skin and hair, eye health and joint mobility
  • Maintain healthy triglycerides levels

I am pleased with our experience so far using Ocean Blue over the past 30 days.

You are invited to visit Ocean Blue to read the latest research on what you need to know about Omega-3 supplementation. There are three primary products available from Ocean Blue including the Ocean Blue Minicaps®, Omega-3+D3 and Omega Power. You can purchase the product that is best suited for your needs and shipping is free! It is also available at retailers including Walgreens, CVS and select Rite Aid locations.

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Comments

  1. Mihaela Day says

    I learnt that it contains 3 times more Omega-3 than regular fish oil and is clinically proven to maintain healthy triglyceride levels

  2. kathy pease says

    Some researchers have found that cultures that eat foods with high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids have lower levels of depression. Fish oil also seems to boost the effects of antidepressants. Fish oil may help reduce the depressive symptoms of bipolar disorder.*

  3. Bo says

    I learned that EPA and DHA are found in certain fish and plants, with the purest forms coming from the oil of fish that feed on algae

  4. says

    Numerous studies have shown that the Omega-3 fatty acids, better known as EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), provide significant benefits for cardiovascular health, including lowering triglycerides in the body.* The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends a daily intake of 500 – 1,000 mg of EPA and DHA for individuals with borderline high triglycerides (150-199 milligrams per deciliter), 1,000 – 2,000 mg for individuals with high triglycerides (200-499 mg/dL), and 2,000 – 4,000 mg for individuals with very high triglycerides (≥500 mg/dL). Optimal triglyceride levels are considered to be 100 mg/dL or lower. According to the AHA, more than 31% of the U.S. population’s triglyceride levels are at least borderline high.

  5. melikegarfield says

    I didn’t know why it was good, but it says Research has shown that Omega-3 fatty acids primarily help boost heart health by lowering triglyceride levels. I’m adding to my diet, whether or not I win :)

  6. socratesjr says

    I already buy Omega 3 but would be interested in trying this brand, especially since they are running a $5 off coupon on the site!

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