This Scandinavian Rainbow Trout Oil is a premium fish oil that sets the benchmark for environmental sustainability, nutritional quality, as well as freshness and purity. The world’s first certified organic fish oil.
Produced within hours at the source using a gentle process creating fresh, non-oxidised oil with a full spectrum of naturally-occurring fatty acids.
Completely sustainable and socially-responsible fish source. Green practices ensure zero waste and low carbon footprint.
Soil Association certified; the inland fresh water source ensures complete environmental control. Organically controlled inland waters; no chemical or industrial refining and naturally free from heavy metals.
Each 5ml teaspoon typically provides these naturally occurring fatty acids:
Organic Scandinavian rainbow trout oil 97.5%
Omega-3 (total) 780mg
Organic orange & lemon oil and organic rosemary extract 2.5%
DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid) 370mg
EPA (Eicosapentaeonic acid) 150mg
DPA (Docosapentaenoic acid) 50mg
ALA (Alpha linolenic acid) 120mg
Other Omega-3 fatty acids 90mg
Omega-6 (total) 561mg
Omega 6 (Linoleic acid) 465mg
GLA (Gamma linolenic acid) 5mg
Other Omega-6 fatty acids 91mg
Total Omega 7 (Palmitoleic acid)
Total Omega 9 (Oleic acid)
ALLERGENS: This product contains fish.
Fish is considered one of the healthiest foods, and fish oils are amongst the world’s most popular food supplements and for good reason.
The omega 3 fatty acids found in fish oil are thought to be so important for mental health that we wouldn't be human without them. Leading evolutionary biologists believe that a good supply of these fats in our diet was essential for the development of our unusually large brains throughout history; the problem is our modern diets are deficient.
It is estimated that the average intake of omega 3 from eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is around 250mg per day and only 1 in 4 people consume any oily fish at all.
Fish oil actives play an important role in cardiovascular health. Numerous research papers confirm that a daily intake of 250mg of EPA and DHA contributes to normal function of a healthy heart, a daily intake of 2g of EPA and DHA contributes to the maintenance of normal blood triglyceride levels, and a daily intake of 3g of EPA and DHA contributes to normal blood pressure.
Low intake of omega 3 has been implicated in a wide range of mental health issues because these fats make up a significant portion of the lipid fraction of the human brain and play important roles in many neurological functions.
If you and your family are taking a fish oil supplement each day, choose the cleanest, most environmental, purest and most pleasant-tasting fish oil available 100% Organic Scandinavian Rainbow Trout Oil from Viridian Nutrition.
Scandinavian Rainbow Trout Oil is the world’s first certified organic fish oil.
Viridian Nutrition have a commitment to organic products because they strongly believe that organic ingredients are better for the world we live in, and therefore better for us.
The omega oil is sourced from certified organic, fresh-water rainbow trout. This is important for organic certification as no ocean-derived oil can be certified due to the lack of controls and the level of pollutants that occur in the wild.
More than 40% of the Viridian Nutrition range is certified organic by the Soil Association, guaranteeing the provenance and eco-friendliness of the ingredients.
Viridian believe the health of the planet and the health of the individual are inextricably linked. Growing organically, avoiding the use of potentially harmful pesticides, herbicides and other chemicals and having the 100% non-GMO guarantee offers the best chance of long-term good health to people and to the planet. The Soil Association also ensures the highest standards in animal husbandry.
There are a number of nutritional products now available in the UK that using the term ‘organic’ as a brand name or fancy name, or that claim organic status without certification, but you can only be sure a product is truly organically grown if the product is certified by a reputable regulatory body such as the Soil Association.