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Gut-Specific FIsh Oil - 60 Softgels Default Category Microbiome Labs
MegaOmega - 60 Softgels Default Category Microbiome Labs
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    Gut-Specific Fish Oil - 60 Softgels



    Microbiome Labs Gut-Specific Fish Oil is now MegaMarine!

    Formerly MegaOmega. Same product with a new label.

    Gut-Specific Fish Oil is the most comprehensive, full-spectrum fish oil scientifically formulated to support a healthy gut microbiome with a superior ratio of EPA, DHA, and the “forgotten” DPA, as well as naturally-occurring metabolites called pro-resolving mediators (PRMs) shown to support a healthy immune and inflammatory response. Gut-Specific Fish Oil is specifically formulated with higher EPA content than DHA content in order to support a healthy gut.


    Serving Size: 2 Softgels  Amount/Serving
    Calories 25
    Total Fat 2.5 g
    Cholesterol 10 mg
    Protein <1 g
    Total PRMs
    (including 18-HEPE, 17-HDHA, and 14-HDHA)
    200 mcg
    Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids 1500 mg
    EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) 850 mg
    DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) 450 mg
    DPA (Docosapentaenoic Acid) 100 mg

    Other Ingredients: Highly Refined and Concentrated Omega-3 Marine Oil (one or more of anchovy, squid, sardine, herring, and mackerel), Capsule Shell (gelatin, glycerin, purified water), Natural Lemon Flavor, Natural Mixed Tocopherols.

    Suggested Use

    Ages 8+: Take 2 soft gels daily with a meal, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

    More Info.

    There is no doubt that fish oils are beneficial to human health, but many fish oil supplements miss the mark when it comes to formulation. Furthermore, some fish oil products that claim to benefit the gut microbiome are actually formulated more for brain health than gut health based on their omega-3 ratios. Fish oil is indispensable in natural medicine, but it has been severely underutilized for digestive and intestinal health.

    What's inside?

    EPA is the most powerful omega-3 for supporting gut health and well-documented for its ability to protect intestinal mucosa and reduce oxidative damage in the gut. A recent experimental study published in the Journal of Scientific Reports found that EPA supplementation reduced levels of fecal calprotectin and improved mucosa production and goblet cell differentiation.

    DHA is most known for its beneficial impact on brain health. One of DHA’s most important roles is the modulation of an important part of phospholipid membranes, known as phosphatidylserine (PS). This substance promotes healthy signal conduction and protects neuronal survival not only to cells in the brains but also to neurons in the GI tract.

    DPA, also known as the “forgotten fatty acid”, is receiving more attention in the omega-3 family due to its unique ability to increase EPA and DHA tissue status, but it also supports a healthy gut by reducing pro-inflammatory cytokines and macroscopic damage. Supplementation with DPA can also inhibit inflammatory cyclooxygenase (COX) pathways, resulting in healthier cells and tissues.