• The Omega-3 Index is a very unique and complex test and any lab attempting to do it needs have serious expertise in the methodologies that are involved. There are 6 seemingly mundane steps that make all the difference in a final Omega-3 Index score. Any changes in those steps from another lab will impact a result. Because OmegaQuant’s Omega-3 Index has been used in more than 200 studies, its test has been standardized over time, which means you can trust your Omega-3 Index score.
  • Here is a blog post we wrote about how the Omega-3 Index from OmegaQuant is different from other labs doing omega-3 testing.
  • Here is a helpful video about how the Omega-3 Index test is unique.

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