• We talk a lot about low Omega-3 Index levels but we don’t talk about very high Omega-3 Index levels. First of all, having an Omega-3 index over 12% is very rare. About 3% of the individuals we’ve tested over the years had levels over 12%. We don’t have evidence that being over 12% is harmful but we also don’t have evidence to suggest that being over 12% offers extra benefits.
  • Here is a helpful video that explains what having a high Omega-3 Index level means for your health.

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