Herring Gold, Whole Earth & Sea
The rich herring fishery of Norway is one of the main sources of food for the Norwegian people. Whole Earth &Sea Pure Food Herring Gold™ contains Romega 30™ herring roe extract, sustainably sourced from Norwegian spring-spawning herring. It is rich in the important omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA, as well as choline and astaxanthin. It is also a significant source of DHA and EPA in phospholipid form, which is easier for the body to absorb.
Omega-3s are essential for heart and brain health. DHA and EPA in phospholipid form are particularly important for cognitive function. Choline also plays a role in cognitive performance, as well as liver health. Astaxanthin is a carotenoid, and one of nature’s most powerful antioxidants.
Herring Gold contains more omega-3 phospholipids than krill oil, and is a sustainable alternative to krill. The Norwegian spring-spawning herring fishery has been independently certified by the Marine Stewardship Council, whose mission is to conserve the marine habitat. Herring is classified as a “species of least concern” by the International Union of Conservation of Nature.
Herring Gold is guaranteed non-GMO and is available in small and easy to swallow softgels, with no fishy repeat.
- Supports brain health, cognitive function, and cardiovascular health
- Helps relieve psoriasis and improve skin health
- Provides more fast-absorbing DHA and EPA in phospholipid form than krill oil
- Supplies the natural antioxidant astaxanthin and brain-beneficial choline
- $2 from each bottle sold goes to the Plant a Seed &See What Grows Foundation
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