OmegaQuant Omega 3 Index Basic
This simple at home blood test measures the amount of EPA and DHA in the blood. Studies show 8% is the optimal level of omega-3.
What’s your number?
An Omega-3 Index of 8% or higher is optimal, the lowest risk zone. Unfortunately in the US, most people are at 4% or below – the highest risk zone.
Raising your Omega-3 Index to the desirable zone of 8% will help ensure you are getting enough of the right omega-3s — EPA and DHA — to protect your health.
Higher Omega-3 EPA and DHA levels have been linked to improved:
- Heart Health
- Brain Health
- Eye Health
Why Should You Test?
Your diet is only one factor in the amount of the omega-3s EPA + DHA in your blood. There are many other factors that can impact your Omega-3 Index such as:
The omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) have been shown to benefit a wide variety of health conditions. Including benefits for the heart, brain, eyes, joints and healthy aging. Thousands of research papers have been published on their positive effects on the body. Unfortunately, most people don’t get enough omega-3 fatty acids from their diets, which is why testing blood levels is so important.
Optimize Your Omega-3 Level in 3 Easy Steps
A simple finger prick blood sample is all that’s needed. Mail in the sample - it’s that easy
Once you get your results back, it can be optimized with simple dietary changes.
Retest every 4 months to ensure your levels are optimal.