Eighty percent of the population eats a diet that is deficient in Omega-3 fatty acids and should supplement with Omega Q. However, if you are eating a diet high in cold-water fish and other sources of Omega-3 fatty acids, you may not need to be taking Omega Q. One thing to note, however, is another beneficial ingredient in Omega Q called CoQ10, an important nutrient for heart, brain, and immune health. Both Omega Q or Biopro Q (which also contains CoQ10) are supplement choices that can help you ensure adequate levels of CoQ10 in your diet.
Articles in this section
- Do I need to take Biopro-Q if I am already taking Omega-Q?
- If I eat a lot of cold-water fish, do I need to be taking Omega-Q?
- What are the health benefits of Omega-Q?
- What are the key ingredients in Omega-Q?
- What are the TOTOX levels in Omega-Q?
- Why did ARIIX combine C0Q10 with Omega-3 fatty acids?
- Why is CoQ10 important for the heart?