O3 Smoothies: The Essentials

Forget the pills and fishy oils that leave a bad taste in your mouth (that you keep tasting all day long). There’s a better way to get the omega-3 essential fatty acids your body needs (but can’t produce on its’ own).  

O3 Smoothies brings you essential nutrition in the flavors you crave. Each serving is packed with 3000mg MCT and 400mg DHA (the highest quality omega-3 known to man) and comes in the creamy, delicious flavors you’ve been looking for!  

Did you know…your body cannot produce omega-3’s? The only way to get this essential healthy fat that your body and brain crave is through your diet.  

Yet, sadly even if you eat fish once a week, you’re probably not getting enough omega-3. Over 95% of Americans aren’t getting enough EPA and DHA to reach protective health levels.

That means if you’re not eating what you need, you need to supplement.

The best way to get the omega-3’s your body needs, ramp up your health, boost your nutrition, and get your brain cells working better than ever before – is with O3 Smoothies!

Thousands of studies have been done on the benefits of omega-3 that support improvement to brain cognition, heart health, nerve support, and so much more.*  

O3 Smoothies are keto-friendly and paleo-friendly. If you needed a way to get this valuable, vital nutrient in your diet without burping “fish” all day - look no further!

Don’t wait!

Get the omega-3 you need in one delicious, nutritious spoonful a day! Your brain and body will thank you!

5 Reasons You need O3 Smoothies...

  1. A Powerful brain boost! Omega-3 helps support cognitive health and/or brain function.
  2. Part of a heart-healthy lifestyle! Omega-3 helps maintain and support cardiovascular health.
  3. Supports the central nervous system! Omega-3 is a powerful helper of the brain, eye, and nerve development of children and adults.
  4. Helps you feel fuller, longer! Omega-3 contributes to feeliings of fullness and satiety.
  5. An excellent addition to the vegan and ketogenic lifestyles! O3 Smoothies are 100% vegan and keto-friendly.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease.


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