Omega-3 fatty acids are essential and can only be obtained from the diet. However, the standard western diet is severely deficient in these critical nutrients. This Omega-3 dietary deficiency is compounded by the fact that pregnant women become depleted in Omega-3s because the fetus uses Omega-3s for its nervous system deployment.
Choline and DHA Omega3 fatty acid have been both studied for their importance on early neural development. Supplementation with Alpha and Omega prenatal vitamin ensures sufficient amounts of these vital nutrients for every woman and her baby.
Beginning on November 1, 2018, Marine Ingredients and InnovaGel combined systems to become a unified brand called KD Nutra.
Building on the substantial health benefits of EPA and DHA Omega-3 fatty acids, ReGen3™ is an enhanced marine lipid concentrate with enriched levels of pre-resolving mediators (PRMs) that may offer superior efficacy from Omega-3 supplementation. PRM’s are metabolites of Omega-3s that are further converted into active compounds that widely mediate many of Omega-3s known biological actions and functions. Naturally found at low levels in marine lipids, the KD Pharma Group uses our proprietary fractionation methods to create high PRM enriched ingredients.
Marine Ingredients, a KD Pharma Group Company, has brought to market an ingredient called NutraSolve3, made from fresh caught livers of Bering Sea cod.
The oil is touted for its vitamin A and D content, as well metabolites it refers to as 'pre-resolving mediators'.
Omega-3 and… eggshells? New joint support ingredient positioned for active individuals hits the market
A company’s success or failure certainly can float on the product category a business is in, but at the end of the day it’s people that run the business, and top-shelf people can help make a business viable and profitable for the long term. So it is with Marine Ingredients, a pioneer in the omega-3 fish oil business and the No. 3 omega ingredient supplier in the world—and this year’s NBJ Large Company Growth Award recipient.