Ancient Omegas Whole Body 1000 mg

  • A powerful, omega-based support system featuring essential fatty acids from land and sea
  • Supports cardiovascular and joint health†
  • Promotes healthy cognitive function†
  • Promotes healthy aging by supporting smooth, healthy skin†
  • Organic chia oil and wild-caught fish, No farmed fish


  • Adults take three capsules daily with 8 ounces of water or juice.
  • 3 softgels = 1,000 milligrams of omega-3 fatty acids

Ancient Omegas Whole Body

Ancient Omegas Whole Body features a special combination of organic plant and wild ocean omega fatty acids, including some unique omegas you may have never heard of, like eicosatetraenoic acid (ETA).

Whole Body combines the best of ancient wisdom with modern technology to give you the proper balance of omega-3s, 6s and 9s, along with antioxidant oils that can take your health to the next level.

The Whole Body formulation is designed to provide your body with the building blocks it needs for supporting:

  • Healthy eye function†
  • Exercise performance†
  • A healthy response to oxidative stress†
  • A healthy immune system†   
  • And so much more…

    The Omega-3 Shortfall Crisis

    Ready for a staggering statistic? An estimated 90% of Americans aren’t getting enough omega-3s. So just a small slice of the population is cashing in on the whole body support these fats provide.

    So how do we get them? Omega-3 fatty acids are known as "essential fatty acids" — meaning your body doesn't naturally produce them but does need them for overall function. That’s why getting omega-3s in your diet is crucial to your health. Even the American Heart Association advises all Americans to eat at least two 3.5-ounce servings of fatty fish per week.

    Meanwhile, most of us have an improper balance of omega fatty acids, as the standard American diet includes way too many omega-6s and omega-9s. Ideally, you should be getting about a 1:1 ratio of omega-6s to omega-3s. But the “normal” ratio of omega-6s to omega-3s for most people in the U.S.? 20:1 omega-6s to omega-3s.

    Omega-3 Shortfall Consequences

    Overall, omega-3s play important roles in normal brain function, healthy growth and supporting a healthy response to inflammation.

    Typically, when a person is coming up short on omega-3s, it can affect the:

    • Brain
    • Heart
    • Joints

    Ancient Omegas Whole Body is designed to address this shortfall. Along  with consuming more omega-3s in your diet, you can take them to get your levels back in balance.

    What Sets Ancient Omegas Whole Body Apart from the Rest?

    Ancient Omegas Whole Body is ancient nutrition for a modern world, created with:

    • Certified organic chia seed oil
    • Oil from wild-caught fish (tuna and New Zealand hoki)
    • Sustainable fishing methods
    • Infusions of ancient botanicals like lemon peel oil and black pepper fruit oil

    Omegas in Seconds

    • 3 softgels = 1,000 milligrams of omega-3s
    • Perfect for an easy omega boost on the go
      • Includes eicosatetraenoic acid (ETA), an emerging omega-3

    Ancient Omegas Whole Body Goes Above & Beyond Your Typical Omega Supplement

    Ancient Omegas Whole Body includes whole food ingredients with benefits such as:

    Omega 3-s ALA, DHA and EPA support:

    • Cardiovascular health†
    • Healthy cognitive function†

    Astaxanthin, an Antioxidant, Supports:

    • Healthy aging by supporting smooth, healthy skin†
    • Healthy skin maintenance in healthy people†
    • Eye health†
    • A healthy response to oxidative stress†
    • A healthy immune system†
    • Healthy cognitive function†
    • Muscle health†
    • Less muscle fatigue during exercise†
    • Joint health†
    • Healthy eye function†
    • Exercise performance†

    Diving Deeper: 4 Major Types of Omega-3s in Ancient Omegas Whole Body

    Ancient Omegas Whole Body contains all 4 of these vital omega-3 fatty acids, including eicosatetraenoic acid (ETA), an emerging omega-3 powerhouse you won’t find in many standard fish oil supplements on the market.

    Alpha-linolenic Acid (ALA)

    This plant-based omega-3 is found in green, leafy vegetables, flax seeds, walnuts and chia seeds. ALA is known as a short-chain omega-3, meaning your body has to convert it into longer-chained EPA and DHA to synthesize it.

    Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)

    EPA is a 20-carbon fatty acid found in oily fish, algae oil and krill oil. Your body is able to synthesize this molecule in its original form. Generally, this, along with DHA, are the omega-3s your body needs in balanced quantities to achieve the benefits they offer.

    Eicosatetraenoic Acid (ETA)

    ETA is a lesser-known omega-3 fatty acid that also contains 20 carbons like EPA, but only four bonds instead of five. It’s found richly in roe oil and green-lipped mussel and, overall, is only recently being recognized for its health benefits. While more studies need to be done, it is indicated that ETA can also limit your body’s production of the omega-6 fatty acid arachidonic acid (ARA). In fact, some studies indicate that ETA redirects the enzyme that normally creates ARA to convert it to EPA instead.

    Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)

    This 22-carbon molecule is also found in oily fish, krill oil and algae oil. Your body will convert some DHA molecules back to EPAs in order to keep them at fairly equal levels if you consume more DHA.


    Adults take 3 softgel capsules daily with 8 ounces of water or your favorite beverage.