FeelGood® – Omega
All natural calamari oil
Skin, joints, brain, inflammation and cell membrane health. A pure, sustainable source of EPA and DHA for the whole family. Tested mercury and toxin free. Made in Norway.Reserve Now
“When my team and I embarked on our journey to find the best quality source of omega fatty acids (EFAs) we didn't know how hard the journey would be. We navigated the sea of different sources and made many discoveries.”
- Toxins & PollutionWe had to take into consideration that fish is no longer sustainable because of overfishing, plus mercury and radioactive pollution is now an issue.
- GMO & High CostWe discovered that the originally promising algae based EFA are mostly produced with GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) which we do not use in our products.
- UnsustainableWe also found out that krill, another possible source, is a primary source of food for a huge variety of marine mammals and is being erradicated by overfishing.
- The SolutionFinally, we came across one great surprise and that is Calamari EFA’ s made of squid, keep reading to see why we chose squid over the alternatives!
Ocean over-fishing is a serious problem and we need to be responsible by reducing fish consumption. Mercury accumulation and radioactive pollution in fish is also a serious problem.
How is Calamari [squid] different?
Research has shown that the squid population has been on the rise since the 1950’ s which may be a result of climate change and a decrease in the numbers of squid-eating fish.
The great news is that squid is an incredibly rich source of EPA and DHA - the most valuable EFAs [Omega-3]. Calamari also lacks bones and it is low on the food chain, which makes it non-toxic and safe.
Safety & Testing
There are several steps that we take to make sure that FeelGood Omega is safe and toxin free.
- 1Micro-filtered to ensure no heavy metals or toxins.
- 2Tested for EPA and DHA content to ensure top quality.
- 3Lab tested for toxins and heavy metal.
- 4We perform additional batch testing to confirm results.
*We found squid met all of our criteria for a quality Omega-3 source: It has a great balance of EPA and DHA with extremely low toxin levels and a steady population rise for over 50 years.
To summarize, squid oil is the omega-3 winner. It is not only nutritionally comparable with the best sources of omega oil but it is also a ‘feel-good oil’ because its production does not deplete or disturb the natural food chain.
Rich in the most valuable Omega-3; DHA and EPA.
What you need to know about Omegas EPA and DHA
Omega oils can be sourced from either plants or marine animals. Nutritionally, the most valuable omega oils are Eicosapentaenoic (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).
DHA is great for the skin and coat as well as nervous system function, which can be very beneficial for young developing puppies, adult dogs and senior dogs for preventing senior dog dementia.
EPA is the anti-inflammatory component of omega oils so if your dog has joint issues, all you need to do is to increase the overall dose.
Squid has a perfect balance of EPA and DHA and research confirms that the right omega oils have a very comparable anti-inflammatory effect to NSAID’ s (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), without the serious side-effects.
Omega 3, 6 or 9.
Which one is the most important?
Omega-6 is already a very common component of meat, eggs, grains, nuts and seeds.
Omega-9s can be produced by the body naturally and they’re also a common component of animal fat and vegetable oils.
Unlike Omega-3, Omegas 6 & 9 are common in these food groups
Omega-3 must be your focus to maintain health & longevity!
They are almost always deficient in both, domestic animals and people.
This group of essential fatty acids [EFAs] is the most valuable when it comes to maintaining health. Omega-3 has very potent anti-inflammatory agents and they are the key building blocks to a healthy healing response. In my experience and as recent studies show, dogs do not get enough omega-3 in their diet for optimal health and that is why they need to be supplemented.
Omega-3 is essential for optimum
health in canines and people
When you are looking for an omega supplement for yourself, your children, or your animal friends, omega-3 fatty acids should be your main focus.
When we embarked on the search for safe omega oils in 2015, I had no idea how long and hard the journey would be, but it also taught us how to source quality omega-3 to keep your dog safe and in peak condition.
How do we compare to other leading omega oil brands?Total Omega-3 in mg per 5ml (1 tsp).
- FeelGood® Omega1,450 MG
- Standard Process Calamari Oil1,200 MG
- Canine Omega 3 Oil Fish Oil - Anchovies1,170 MG
- Dr. Sinatra Calamarine softgels900 MG
- Whole Mega520 MG
We strive to carry the most complete, toxin free, and sustainable Omega oil on the market. Since FeelGood® Omega is an extremely pure Omega-3 oil, it is also the most cost-effective Omega-3 oil p/gram currently available.
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Each bottle contains 200ml (approximately 80 servings for a medium sized canine or 30 servings for standard human portion).
Canine Serving Size Details
|Less Than 22lbs||23lbs - 55lbs||56lbs - 110lbs||+110lbs|
|Serving size||1/4 tsp (1.25ml)||1/2 tsp (2.5ml)||1 tsp (5ml)||1 1/4 tsp (6.25ml)|
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Dr. Peter Dobias has 28 years of experience as a veterinarian. His love of dogs and passion for natural healing and nutrition led him to writing, teaching and helping people create health naturally without drugs, chemicals and processed food. Through his work and the all natural supplement line, he helps dog lovers to get the gift of extra time with their dogs. He lives with his family and his dog Skai in Vancouver, Canada.