Krill & Fish Oil, Move Over. Vectomega is in the House!

Krill & Fish Oil, Move Over. Vectomega is in the House!

ARTICLE BY | Dan Stearns

Most people—and if you’re reading this, you’re probably one of them—know how important it is to get your omega-3s every day. After all, omega-3s have been clinically studied for healthy heart, brain, skin, immune, vision, and nervous system support.*

However, if you don’t eat a lot of fish, have found it tough to keep up with your omega-3 supplementation (and are getting tired of fish burps), or have found the many omega-3 supplement choices like krill and fish oil just too bewildering, you’ll end up missing out on these benefits altogether.

Fortunately, there is a convenient way to get your omega-3s from fish: Vectomega. This amazing three-in-one supplement goes beyond krill oil and fish oil for sheer nutrient value and convenience. Aside from supplying your EPA and DHA in just one tablet or capsule daily, it delivers valuable phospholipids and peptides that you just can’t get from those other supplemental sources.

Vectomega® Products

The reason this is all possible is because of the way Vectomega is made. It doesn’t rely on harsh chemical solvents like hexane—the process simply uses water and enzymes to extract the omega-3s from salmon, which are bound to phospholipids—the natural carriers for EPA and DHA. This helps the omega-3s absorb much better than the triglycerides in any fish oil. In fact, it makes Vectomega® very close to the way you’d get your omega-3s from eating fish. It is an incredibly clean way to get the nutrients you’re looking for. Plus, the phospholipids in Vectomega make it a very stable source of omega-3s so you have no worries about rancidity—or that dreaded “fish burp” aftertaste. In fact, tested against the stringent International Fish Oil Standards versus five other leading fish and krill oil products, Vectomega was clearly the best, with zero TOTOX value.  

The phospholipids in Vectomega are practically a supplement unto themselves. They aren’t just the taxi that transports omega-3s—they have an array of benefits, too. They are like the “supplement inside the supplement.”

Here is just a sampling of what these phospholipids can do:

Phospholipids in Vectomega

What Each One Can Do

Phosphatidylcholine (PC)

Helps DHA absorb into the heart muscle. Protects mitochondria—the “engines” of our cells—from oxidative damage, supports healthy aging, vision, and hearing.*

Phosphatidylethanolamine (PE)

Assists with building the myelin sheath, the cover for nerves and brain cells.*

Phosphatidylserine (PS)

Provides broad spectrum brain support.*

Phosphatidylinositol (PI)

Has a positive impact on mood, brain and heart health.*

Sphingomyelin (Sph)

Associated with nerve cells and supports healthy cholesterol levels already within normal range.*

Vectomega also contains bioactive peptides. These peptides are unique to Vectomega—you won’t find them in flax, krill, or fish oil. And you definitely want peptides, because they do amazing things. Peptides help relieve occasional anxiety, fight oxidative stress—particularly in the brain—and support a strong heart and resilient blood vessels, too. Additionally, these peptides may help improve absorption of the DHA and EPA omega-3s, as well.

So, if you’ve been skipping out on this valuable and essential part of your regimen lately, consider this truly revolutionary form. Vectomega is a smart and convenient way to get your omega-3s. It’s available as a tablet or a capsule, so the choice is yours: simple omega-3s plus other valuable nutrients, or a heavily processed krill or fish oil that doesn’t offer the same level of goodness? When it comes to the essentials—plus a whole lot more, Vectomega is the only “mega” supplement you need.



Dan is a health and medical writer who primarily focuses on botanical ingredients, whole foods, and natural medicine. He is fascinated with traditional medicine practices and has a diverse background in reporting, editing, publishing, and marketing.