I browsed supermarkets looking for omega 3 tablets which didn’t contain any fish in vain for years. One day, I just gave up on my not-so-good memory. But it’s exciting times – Nothingfishy finally created a vegan omega 3 supplement! This is probably the best news I’ve heard in a long time.
Nothingfishy obtains omega 3 straight from its original source – algae. So no need to harm fish or krill to get our dose in! This is by far the most sustainable way to get omega 3.
Each tablet contains 200mg omega 3 DHA, which is pretty good – especially considering no fish was harmed in the process. What does it mean, though? They are good for your mood, brain, eye, and heart health. They are also lactose, soy, and gluten-free and don’t contain any GMOs, additives, or pesticides.
The pills are tasteless and don’t leave any algae aftertaste, which is great. Believe me – I had to take alage powder every day for 2 weeks a while ago, and it was pretty horrible. They also aren’t too big, which helps anyone (like me) who has difficulty swallowing bigger tablets. Just take one every morning for improved mood, brain, eye, and heart health.
Nothingfishy only uses algae that have been grown in a controlled environment. This means that they are free of toxins and are a ‘cleaner’ source of Omega 3 than fish oil.
I fell in love with this product. I can finally fill up on omega 3 without having to eat large amounts of flax and chia seeds. While they aren’t the cheapest, these pills have a ‘nothing fishy guarantee’ and are produced in a much more ethical way than the average omega 3 supplements. Nothingfishy is definitely a brand to support.
You can buy Nothingfishy’s omega 3 tablets on their website or from Amazon. Prices start from £22 for 60 capsules.
*I was sent a sample of Nothingfishy tablets for review. However, the opinion expressed in the post is impartial, and I endorse the product only because I believe it is good.