Omega-3 supplements, most commonly taken in the form of fish oil, help support overall well-being - from internal health functions like the brain, eyes and heart - to external benefits like healthy hair, skin, and nails. In fact, studies show that consuming omega-3 fatty acids can help to stimulate new hair growth & strengthen the hair follicles.
What many people are unaware of is that fish don’t naturally produce Omega-3s, but rather they obtain it from algae, which is the original & most potent source of Omega-3. At iwi, we go straight to the source to provide the best supplements available for your health.
Almega®PL, our proprietary form of algae Omega-3, rejuvenates hair, skin, and nails and offers 50% better absorption than fish or krill oil.1 And for even more support, we added biotin as a hair and nail growth stimulator, and Vitamin C to help boost collagen.
We know true beauty comes from within, our job is to help that beauty shine through. Better living begins within, better living begins with iwi!
1 Kagan et al., 2013 Lipids Health Dis
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What vitamins and supplements are you currently using? ⠀ For my vegan followers who may not be getting enough Omega-3s, I just started using @myiwilife which are algae-based Omega-3s (Link in bio).⠀ ⠀ Ingredients: Are 100% Vegan, Non-GMO certified, Gluten Free & Kosher certified. It’s clinically proven to absorb 50% more Omega-3s than fish or krill oil.⠀ Get more support for your heart, brain, vision, joints and overall wellness. This product contains DHA and the world’s only EPA that is naturally bound to glycolipids and phospholipids. It’s also packed with nutrients: chlorophyll, phytosterols, Omega-7, carotenoids and other antioxidants. ⠀ ⠀ Sustainability:⠀ Unlike traditional farms, their algae is sustainably grown inthe desert of West Texas and New Mexico on previously unusable land.They grow their algae with saltwater instead of tapping into the world’sfreshwater drinking supply. 97% of the salt water used is recycled backinto their harvesting system and they lose only 3% due to evaporation.Their new packaging is made out of recycled plastic. And they also give back 1% of net sales to Ocean Unite.⠀ ⠀ You can find them at www.iwilife.com or @wholefoods ⠀ #iwilife #betterlivingbeginswithin #ad ⠀ ⠀
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Did you know algae omega 3s are 50% better absorbed by the body than fish oil? And @myiwilife grows their algae on land from the salt water reservoirs in New Mexico and Texas. So there’s no harm to any ecosystems in the ocean. Double win for you and the plant 💙🌊 🌎 💚 #myiwi #epa #dha #brainhealth #protectouroceans #loveourplanet
While fish oil supplements pose the risk of possible contaminants and heavy metals that may have been present in the fish they were sourced from, iwi algae-based Omega-3 supplements are 100% Vegan, non-GMO, and gluten-free. Algae is also the original and most potent form of Omega-3, both fish and krill obtain their Omega-3’s second-hand, from eating algae.
Sourcing Omega-3's from algae eliminates over-fishing and the disruption of ocean ecosystems, the risk of contaminants, and results in higher bioavailability.
iwi Omega-3 supplements are clinically proven to provide 50% more absorption than fish or krill oil Omega-3s. But why? And what does this actually mean? iwi's Nannochloropsis algae oil is the only known source in the world that is available in a polar lipid form, with both phospholipids and glycolipids, thus making it highly soluble in water and easily absorbed by the human body. Whereas fish oil (available in triglyceride form only) and krill oil (with phospholipids) both lack this water solubility, and thus the human body is capable of absorbing very little of it as compared to iwi algae-based Omega-3. This means your body is able to absorb more, and reap the most Omega-3 benefits, when you take iwi.
For minimum environmental impact, iwi algae is grown on sustainable & environmentally friendly farms located on arid, previously unused land in the desert regions of New Mexico & Texas. In place of freshwater, the farms use saltwater obtained from underground aquifers in the regions. Over 97% of said saltwater is recycled and the remaining percentage is lost only to evaporation. These algae farms consume CO2 and release oxygen, and the majority of the energy is solar and renewable. While the fish oil supplement industry contributes to over-fishing of herring and krill, and the disruption of delicate ocean ecosystems, iwi was founded on the premise that people should be able to reap the benefits of nature without doing any harm to the environment.