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Bare Biology Vim & Vigour Vegan Omega-3 & Astaxanthin Caps 60

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Bare Biology Vim & Vigour Vegan Omega-3 & Astaxanthin Capsules: 

✓ Provide a vegan source of Omega-3, from carrageenan, a red seaweed

✓ Provide a vegan source of Astaxanthin, a carotenoid, from this sustainably sourced algae.

✓ Contains 60 capsules per pack

✓ Suitable for Vegetarians & Vegans

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For plant-powered wellbeing. Live life to the full with a daily dose of pure omega-3 & astaxanthin, all from algae.

Made from natural algae oil, these vegan-friendly omega-3 capsules are rich in essential fatty acids DHA and EPA that support brain, heart and eye health.

Astaxanthin is the main reason people buy krill oil supplements. It’s a carotenoid which gives salmon and shellfish their pink colour. It’s great to eat the rainbow and now you can get your ‘pink’ food from this sustainably sourced algae.

Omega-3 & astaxanthin per dose: 2 capsules contain 500mg DHA, 250mg EPA & 4mg astaxanthin.

Sustainably grown algae: We only use sustainably sourced algae in our vegan omega 3 supplements. For the omega 3 we use schizochytrium sp.algae. And for the astaxanthin we use schizochytrium algae.

IFOS 5 Star Certified Purity: Every batch is independently tested on top of the tests we carry out. Your guarantee the capsules are pure, fresh and safe. Our results are published below.

Suitable for Vegans & Vegetarians: Vim & Vigour algae supplements do not contain any fish oils or animal derived ingredients. All the nutrients come from sustainably grown algae. The capsules are made of GMO-free corn starch, glycerol BP, carrageenan (from red seaweed) and sodium carbonate anhydrous.

Who it’s for: Over 18s. Not suitable for children and pregnancy due to limited trials of astaxanthin in these groups.

How much to take: 2 capsules a day. Do not take more than 4 a day.

A bit more about carrageenan:

It’s a red seaweed which has been sustainably cultivated since the 1960s and requires minimal processing.  The one we use is from the USA.  It replaces animal-based products. It has been used as a thickener for centuries and processing is mild.

It has previously been mistaken for poligeenan, aka ‘degraded carrageenan’, which is used in medical imaging applications and is considered a carcinogen. Poligeenan is not a food additive. Poligeenan and carrageenan are two separate compounds with different chemical properties and molecular weight. Carrageenan does not degrade into, or turn into, poligeenan during digestion because the necessary conditions (temperature and pH) do not exist in the human digestive tract.

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IngredientsAlgae oil (schizochytrium sp. oil, high oleic sunflower oil, rosemary extract, tocopherols, ascorbyl palmitate), astaxanthin oil (haematococcus pluvialis extract, d alpha tocopherol). Coating: modified corn starch (GMO-free), glycerol BP*, carrageenan (extracted from red seaweeds), sodium carbonate anhydrous. *British Pharmacopoeia.
DisclaimerThis product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. Results may vary from individual to individual. While we try to ensure that product information is correct, on occasion manufacturers may alter their ingredient lists. Please check the bottle for the most up to date information.
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