OmegaVia DHA 600
OmegaVia DHA 600
- At 600 mg of DHA per pill is perfect for prenatal and breastfeeding supplementation
- Meets the clinically-indicated “sweet spot” for excellent brain and cognitive health**
- Helps maintain eye health as you age**
- Purified with low-heat distillation for mercury, PCB’s and cholesterol
- More manageable even with morning sickness or heartburn thanks to small, enteric-coated pills
- Certified 5-Star and radiation-free by 3rd party tester IFOS
- Now in the better-absorbed triglyceride (rTG) form
- Made only with small fish like sardines and anchovies from Peru, Chile and the U.S.
- ZERO Chinese sourced materials
- Preserved with natural tocopherols and rosemary extract
- Free of dairy, eggs, corn, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat/gluten, soy protein, sugar, GMO, yeast, artificial colors or flavors
- Made with Kosher/Halal fish oil with a bovine gelatin gelcap.
- 100% Satisfaction guarantee, no return required!
The Best Prenatal Fish Oil Supplements Have LOTS Of DHA
Your growing baby needs LOTS of DHA for healthy brain and eye development. Here’s one of the best prenatal supplements for giving your baby this critical building block.
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Always take with a meal
Specific Health Conditions
For prenatal use: Take 1 capsule a day before pregnancy and during first trimester. Increase to 2 capsules for second and third trimesters.
For brain health: Take 1 to 2 capsules a day.
For eye health: Take 1 capsule a day.
Children over the age of 6 may take up to 2 capsules a day.
Maximum dosage: Do not take more than 6 per day.
Store at room temperature in a cool, dry place.
Refrigeration is not necessary.
Keep out of reach of children.
Product may be refrigerated or frozen for long-term storage.
If you are allergic to fish, you should not take OmegaVia DHA 600 or other fish oil supplements. Mixed natural tocopherols in this product is made from soy, however, it is free of all soy proteins and soy allergens.
Pregnancy and Nursing
If you are pregnant or nursing, please talk to your doctor about using Omega-3. Talk to your doctor if you are using blood thinners.
Frequently Asked Questions
View our frequently asked questions section of the site for questions about OmegaVia DHA 600 and our other products.
Fish Oil & Your Doctor
Please consult your doctor if you wish to take fish oil during pregnancy, nursing or while on any medication. Ask your doctor about Omega-3 supplements if you have a blood clotting disorder. If you are taking fish oil with prescription medication and your symptoms of illness disappear, do not discontinue taking the prescription medication without talking to your doctor first.
Fish Oil Side Effects and Safety
When taken as directed above, OmegaVia has no safety risks or serious side effects. Some people may notice occasional fishy burping. Burping usually goes away with regular use and can be minimized if softgels are enteric-coated and taken before meals. Keep out of reach of children.
Aspirin and Blood Thinners
When taken with aspirin or blood-thinners/anti-coagulants like Warfarin (Coumadin®), Omega-3 may increase risk of bleeding. OmegaVia should be taken with anti-coagulants only under the supervision of your doctor. Visit nlm.nih.gov for an unbiased report on Omega-3 and fish oil by U.S. National Library of Medicine and National Institute of Health.
Ultra-concentrated Triglyceride (rTG) form DHA Omega-3 from sustainably-sourced Sardine, Anchovy, and Mackerel (from Peru, Chile, and Morocco), Kosher and Halal gelatin capsule, vegetable glycerin, purified water, plant-derived enteric coating (alginate, stearic acid) to reduce burps, mixed soy tocopherols (Vitamin E for freshness.) Concentrated and purified in Europe. Encapsulated, packaged, and tested in USA.
Does not contain
Soy protein allergens, GMO, Sugar, Starch, Gluten, Corn, Artificial Colors or Flavors, Artificial Preservatives, Dairy, Sodium, Yeast, Chinese Fish Oil.
Purified to remove cholesterol, mercury, and other environmental contaminants.
Kosher/Halal Status: this product has not been certified Kosher/Halal, however the gelatin used is Kosher/Halal.
I am loving Omegavia so far. I have been aware of the benefits of DHA during pregnancy throughout my pregnancy and was taking a highly recommended Fish Oil that had much higher EPA than DHA. It wasn’t until my 6th or 7th month that I found your product and began taking it and have gathered a lot more information about EPA and DHA.**Rachael
The one word that comes to mind when I think of your product is “Clean”! Even my picky wife takes your OmegaVia Fish Oil, when she remembers or I remind her, and that’s saying something. Thank you for your product.**Name Withheld Grass Lake, MI
DHA Omega is what your "Brain and Heart" needs. Most Omega Supplements are high in EPA which unfortunately cannot be converted to DHA in the body, however DHA can convert into EPA.
Do the research yourself. Also Omegavia doesn't give "Fish Oil Burps"
I’m a licensed Esthetician and started taking these Zinc supplements a few weeks ago. This brand is partnered with Face Reality so I 100% trust this company!
Excellent concentrated DHA. I appreciate that these are IFOS approved and that they get good scores for low oxidation and high purity. Customer service is excellent too.
Why The Best Prenatal Fish Oil Has More DHA . . . A Lot More
If you’re pregnant, all of a sudden the world becomes so much more complicated!
Inside of you, this new life is growing into a little person. And you want to give them every advantage possible.
We know how it feels – we’ve been there!
It’s the most exciting feeling in the world . . . and the most daunting. Every decision is HUGE. And when it comes to nutrition, every bite you take becomes even more consequential.
It’s easy to wrack yourself with guilt that you’re doing something wrong . . . or feel paralyzed by all the sometimes conflicting information out there.
Certainly pregnancy advice comes and goes. And there’s a lot of misinformation out there . . .
(Like, for example, the thoroughly unsound advice that pregnant women shouldn’t exercise – Glad that’s been cleared up!)
But one choice piece of prenatal advice is as clear as a bell, bolstered by a strong and growing body of evidence . . .
Your baby (and you) needs lots of the Omega-3 fatty acids. Even more specifically – a lot of the Omega-3 fatty acid, DHA.**
Why DHA Is So Important For Your Baby’s Brain (And Adult Brains, Too!)
DHA is part of every cell membrane. It is a critical ingredient for nerve, brain and eye development.
- 97% of the Omega-3 fats in your brain are DHA
- 93% of the Omega-3s in your retina are DHA.1
In fact, that’s why
- Pre-clinical research and a growing number of exciting human case studies indicates adults can get targeted brain and retina support from using DHA as well.**2, 3
Going back to pregnancy . . . Omega-3s’ benefits seem to go beyond brain and eye health. Research indicates that Omega 3s may make a difference in
- Maintaining a pregnancy for a full nine months**4
- Having a healthy birthweight baby**5
- One recent study even hints that getting lots of DHA during pregnancy can influence how much muscle your child has 5 years down the road!**6
But while the mainstream medical world finally now advocates DHA for healthy pregnancy, they still don’t recommend it enough. DHA may be in most prenatal supplements – but usually in paltry, token amounts.
This is even more of a problem in the third trimester and after birth.
- In the last few months your baby’s need for DHA balloons.7
- And during the first 90 days of life a newborn’s brain grows at an amazing rate of 1% per day.
As you can see, you need to have enough DHA in your diet to help your baby build a powerful brain, healthy retinas and more.**
That’s why we created OmegaVia DHA600.
We designed OmegaVia DHA600 after discovering how hard it is to find a good prenatal fish oil supplement. DHA600
- Gives you and your baby plenty of DHA to support healthy brain and eye development**
- Is relatively easy to manage even with morning sickness or heartburn thanks to the enteric coating, concentration and small pill size
- Has been purified with low heat distillation for mercury, PCBs and cholesterol
- Has a third-party certified 5-star rating and has been confirmed radiation-free by IFOS
Plus, if you’re taking it for targeted brain support as an adult
- It hits the clinically-indicated “sweet spot” for helping your brain stay sharp and vibrant**
How Much DHA Do You Need During Pregnancy?
For a healthy pregnancy and healthy fetal development, the latest consensus is
- Pregnant women should take at minimum 300-600 mg DHA per day during the first two trimesters.
- This goes up to 900-1200 mg in the last trimester through breastfeeding.
But based on the research, that may be just a starting point. Several clinical trials show excellent outcomes for vision and brain development at 2000 plus mg per day.**8
In our families, we’ve used more than 1000 mg in the first two trimesters and doubled this for the third.
It depends somewhat on what your starting point is. You can tell how much you have from a simple Omega-3 index blood test that you can do at home. Most recommendations are that you get this index number up to 5%.
Whatever you decide to do, don’t skip this important prenatal nutrient. And certainly don’t stop it at the end of pregnancy either.
The good thing is, despite some rumors, there are no contraindications for taking lots of Omega-3s . . .
Know The Facts: Prenatal DHA Supplements Do Not Put You At Risk For Excess Bleeding!!
Going back to bad pregnancy advice, you do not need to stop taking DHA at the end of your pregnancy. In fact that’s when you need it the most.
Despite the rumors, you are not putting yourself at risk for excess bleeding by taking fish oil supplements.
- A 2017 review of 52 studies covering both healthy people and people going into surgery found no increased risk for clotting problems when taking fish oil supplements.**9
In fact, when researchers drilled down even deeper, they found something even more mind boggling . . . higher levels of fish oil might even help stop bleeding!!
- In a study involving 1500 cardiac surgery patients, researchers gave the participants a whopping 6500 to 8000 mg of fish oil 2-5 days before surgery and 1700 mg on the day of surgery through to discharge.
Much to everyone’s surprise, researchers saw a significant decrease in how many blood transfusions these patients needed. In fact the patients with the highest Omega-3 levels needed the least amount of transfusions.**10
So the science is there to set your mind at ease: Fish oil – perhaps even as much as 8000 mg - will not put you at risk for excess bleeding. Of course, just to be clear, we don’t see any evidence pointing to taking more than 3000 mg per day in most cases.
Without dispute, if you’re pregnant, planning to be pregnant or breastfeeding, you want to get a lot of DHA in your diet.
What If I Didn’t Get Enough DHA At The Start Of My Pregnancy?
If for some reason you didn’t get a good start with DHA – because you didn’t know about it . . . or assumed you got enough in your prenatal sup . . . or had intolerable morning sickness that made it hard to swallow a pill . . . or got flummoxed with all the choices . . .
Don’t sweat it.
Just start taking it now and in higher amounts to get your stores back on track.
The truth is the baby will get priority for your DHA intake and stores. So in many cases your baby may have been getting enough from what you had already. You just need to restore your supply and beef up on it for those last few months when the demand gets really big.
Also, in addition to getting extra DHA with a prenatal fish oil like this one, you still should take a fish oil supplement that combines EPA and DHA. You – mom – still need a lot of EPA for general use around the body.
Because of this, many women take OmegaVia DHA 600 prenatal fish oil in addition to their basic fish oil supplement. In order to boost the DHA levels up a little.
Two Things You Can Do To Magnify These Omega 3 Fish Oil Pills’ Power
This being said, there are two common threads we’ve seen in our happiest customer stories:
- They don’t just depend on the supplement alone. By making some specific dietary changes that magnify Omega 3s power in the body, they see better results. See the tab, “No Magic Pill” for a full explanation of how this works.
- They take the supplement consistently over the long-term. Omega 3s work by bringing the specific nutrients back into balance in your body. This takes time and consistency. That’s why our Autoship program is so popular (7 out of 10 of our customers use it). Autoship makes it easy to do this. See the “Save Big & Simplify” tab for more details.
When you put these two practices together with OmegaVia’s Ultra-Concentrated Fish Oil, you get beautiful results!
Use OmegaVia DHA 600 To Get The Prenatal Fish Oil Omega 3s You And Your Baby Needs
You now understand how important getting enough DHA is for you and your baby . . .
You also can see how easy it is to get enough with a DHA supplement like OmegaVia DHA600 . . .
Enough talk – try it out for yourself. With our 100% Money Back Guarantee (No returns required) there is no risk. And as you can see below, our Omega-3s pass muster with some of the toughest critics . . .
My doctor READ THE WEBSITE THOROUGHLY and agreed that OmegaVia was THE BEST CHOICE! I have since heard that he is recommending OmegaVia! Thank you, OmegaVia!**Marlene Sabba Farmingville, NY
A friend recommended I try OmegaVia Fish Oil and I am so glad I did. It is such a pure high quality product. It is exciting when I see it has arrived! OmegaVia has excellent customer service as well. Thank you OmegaVia!**MP Monmouth County, NJ
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*Individual results may vary. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Clinical research suggests the omega-3 dosage needed to help maintain healthy triglycerides is 2000-3000 mg per day when used as part of healthy diet and exercise.
**Individual results may vary. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Greenberg JA et al. Omega-3 Fatty Acid supplementation during pregnancy. Rev Obstet Gynecol. 2008;1(4):162–169.
Lewis, M et al.Therapeutic use of omega-3 fatty acids in severe head trauma. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 31, Issue 1, 273.e5 - 273.e8
Michael-Titus, AT.Omega-3 fatty acids and neurological injury. Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids, Volume 77, Issue 5, 295 - 300
Makrides M, Best K: Docosahexaenoic Acid and Preterm Birth. Ann Nutr Metab 2016;69(suppl 1):29-34. doi: 10.1159/000448263
Makrides, M et al. Fish oil and other prostaglandin precursor supplementation during pregnancy for reducing pre-eclampsia, preterm birth, low birth weight and intrauterine growth restriction. Cochrane Review, 2018 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/14651858.CD003402
Hidaka, BH et al. Intrauterine DHA exposure and child body composition at 5 y: exploratory analysis of a randomized controlled trial of prenatal DHA supplementation. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2018; 107 (1): 35 DOI: 10.1093/ajcn/nqx007
Begtrup KM1 et al. No impact of fish oil supplements on bleeding risk: a systematic review. Dan Med J. 2017 May;64(5). pii: A5366.
Akintoye E et al. Fish oil and perioperative bleeding: Results from the OPERA randomized trial. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. 2018;11