I hear it so often; even I say it “I have a bad memory, sorry.” We don’t have to live apologizing for our bad memory. Here in Canada Webber Naturals, has been helping families stay healthy for years. Webber Naturals have a solution to your family’s cognitive health, and more.
What is the definition of cognitive health?
A healthy brain is one that can perform all the mental processes that are collectively known as cognition. Including the ability to learn new things, intuition, judgment, language, and remembering.
The tools are available to us all; we just need to be informed to make the proper chooses for keeping our family healthy. I am excited to share a new product that I will be stocking long after this review for my family. Keeping our cognitive health and more in tip top shape.
Did you know? Omega-3 essential fatty acids help keep cell membranes flexible and functional. All the while supporting cardiovascular and cognitive health throughout life?
We have a child who loses focus very easy. I’ve always believed in vitamins and minerals paired with a healthy diet to be a source of keeping our children on track. Although we live our lifestyle working hard at meeting their needs, I knew I needed to find an Omega-3/ DHA that he would take. When we fall off track, because we all do. I can notice a huge difference in the focus of my children.
Did you know? Clinical trial evidence indicates that omega-3 has benefits for learning and social behavior, supporting emotional well-being and cognition in children and adults (Raine et al., 2015). Plus, DHA is especially important for the development of the eyes, brain, and nerves in children.
Then I was introduced to Webber Naturals new Omega 3 which come in three great flavors – Lemon Cake, Grapefruit and Coconut Lime. These products are created using the freshest, highest quality fish oil in triglyceride form. Unlike unstable ethyl ester liquid forms of omega-3, liquid triglyceride fish oil has superior stability and is readily absorbed, helping to reduce any potential fishy aftertaste.
The first thing I think of when I hear Omega 3, is that fishy aftertaste that lingers in your throat all day. I can assure you after trying Crystal Clean from the Sea-Omega 3 there is no lingering fish flavor making its presence throughout my day.
Crystal Clean from the Sea-Omega 3 is Unique
Yep, there are a few Omega 3 oils on the market, and I’ve tried them all. I assure you they taste fishy. Crystal Clean from the Sea Omega 3 is unique here is why:
- Since it is sweetened with (low-calorie) monk fruit, I am confident my children aren’t getting any refined sugars at the start of their day. Plus, did you know? Monk fruit is 300–500 times sweeter than sugar?
- Highly absorbable and shelf-stable triglyceride fish oil form. Therefore, leaving no fishy taste.
- Sourced from anchovy, sardine and/or mackerel. They don’t sound yummy to me, but Webber Naturals has done a great job-making Crystal Clean from the Sea-Omega 3 taste great!
- Refined, purified and concentrated in Norway and Iceland to ensure freshness, purity, and no fishy aftertaste.
“Above and beyond the no fishy aftertaste. I love that one bottle of Crystal Clean from the Sea-Omega 3 meets the needs of our whole family. Plus, my children are absorbing so much goodness in just one teaspoon. Leaving me confident I am giving them the tools they need to be successful in their day today, and tomorrow.”
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We received one or more product samples mentioned above. However, as always these my own opinions.
Raine, A., et al. (2015). Reduction in behavior problems with omega-3 supplementation in children aged 8–16 years: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, stratified, parallel-group trial. J Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 56(5), 509.