10yrs or More
|HCF Quality (4.8)||(4.8)|
|Omega Woman (3.8)||(3.8)|
|Vitabase Ginkgo Biloba (2.9)||(2.9)|
|Double Strength Omega-3 Gold (2.7)||(2.7)|
|CogniMaxx XL (2.6)||(2.6)|
|Memory and Vitality Formula (2.1)||(2.1)|
Omega Woman Ingredients
Omega Woman includes the following ingredients: Omega-3s (EPA, DHA and other Omega-3?s), Omega-9 (Gamma Linoleic Acid GLA), and Oleic Acid, Purified deep sea fish oil, Evening Primrose (Oenothera Biennis) Oil, Lemon (Citrus Medica Limonium) Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) extract, and D-alpha Tocopherol.
Omega Woman is a formula based on a blend of Omega-3 DHA and EPA fatty acids in combination with the Omega-9 GLA. The manufacturer claims the formula contains the precise amount of fish oil so as to direct hormonal precursor prostaglandins 1 and 3, thus providing support to a woman’s unique hormonal needs.
Gamma-linolenic acid or GLA is an Omega-9 fatty acid extracted from primrose oil. Existing research revealed that GLA (and its metabolite DGLA) are the precursors for the synthesis of prostaglandins, a group of substances with strong effects on the psychology of humans, as well as on a number of other important bodily functions (contraction and relaxation of smooth muscle tissue, etc.)
Consumer reviews on Omega Woman are extremely positive, with consumer reporting improvements in mood and depression levels and weight loss effects. Although the manufacturer does not issue any warnings regarding the formula, the ingredients are known to have adverse effects if dosage is exceeded or in case of inappropriate usage.
The recommended dosage is two soft gels daily taken with food or as directed by a healthcare professional or pharmacist.
- Reputable international manufacturer
- The product contains no gluten, milk derivatives or artificial coloring or flavors
- Products are submitted to is third party testing for label compliance, freshness and purity levels
- Relatively high price as compared to similar products (approximately $25 for a month’s supply)
Omega Woman is a product which combines the popular Omega-3 fatty acids with Omega-9 GLA in a formula marketed to specifically address to women’s needs. However, the ingredients are not specifically intended to address their needs, but rather substances needed by all human beings, regardless gender. This is why the core sales argument is rather weak. It is true however that the manufacturer is a reputable company known for its high quality products.
The manufacturer mentions no side effects for the formula, however it should be treated cautiously since individually the ingredients may determine such side effects. We thus recommend a healthcare provider is consulted prior to beginning treatment.