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Res-Q 1250 Omega-3 Lemon Coated Fish Oil - 90 ct - Softgels

750 mg Combined EPA & DHA per Softgel, Lemon Fresh
Res-Q 1250 Omega-3 Lemon Coated Fish Oil - 90 ct Item #0142

Regular Price: $26.95

Special Price $19.95

Res-Q 1250 Omega-3 Lemon Coated  Fish Oil - 90 ct Quality Guaranteed
  • Lemon Coating for a Refreshing Aroma
  • Over 750 mgs of Heart Healthy750 mg Combined EPA & DHA per Softgel Omega-3s in Each Softgel
  • Molecularly Distilled and Ultra-Purified in Norway
  • No Fish Oil Aftertaste
  • Satisfaction Money-Back Guarantee*
  • Proud Member of GOED
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Gluten Free Dairy Free Caffeine Free Non-GMO Norway Fish Oil
Description

Doctor Testimonials

"Res-Q 1250 is essential to our health. The pharmaceutical grade omega 3 fatty acid promotes heart health, eye health, brain health, and bone health. It also helps reduce total cholesterol levels.”

-Dr. Eric Lebby, MD
Comments above are the opinion of the doctor quoted and may not be typical; results vary.

Res-Q 1250 Lemon Coated contains the same omega-3 concentrate as our Res-Q 1250 omega-3 softgels with the added bonus of lemon coating on the softgels. Ultra purified to give you omega-3s with no fish oil aftertaste. Lemon coated to give you a burst of lemon freshness every time you open the bottle.

The omega-3s in fish oil are found to support: 

  • A healthy heart*
  • Triglycerides*
  • Circulation*
  • The natural inflammatory response*
  • Joint mobility and flexibility*
  • Brain and eye health*
  • Overall health and wellbeing*
  • Mood*

CONCENTRATED OMEGA-3s

Res-Q 1250 is formulated with 750 mg of combined EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexeanoic acid), the two most researched omega-3s.

Growing evidence shows that EPA and DHA are anti-inflammatory and heart healthy.*  

CLEAN AND PURIFIED IN NORWAY

Res-Q 1250 undergoes an extensive purification process to ensure its purity and safety.* We start with small cold-water fish caught in deep regions of the ocean.

In a pharmaceutically licensed, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certified facility in the fjords of Norway, the fish oil undergoes an extensive purification process including molecular distillation to remove pollutants such as PCBs, dioxins and heavy metals like mercury. Each batch is independently three-party tested for purity from 250 possible toxic compounds by Eurofins, one of the top toxicology labs in the world. Lastly Res-Q 1250 is encapsulated and bottled in the U.S.A.

STAYS FRESH WITH NO FISH OIL AFTERTASTE

A special antioxidant blend maintains the freshness inside the capsule. We include a very light lemon/lime flavor for a pleasant taste.  

SATISFACTION MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE

If you are not completely satisfied with Res-Q 1250 simply return it within 60 days of purchase and we will refund your product purchase.  

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It is recommended that a physician be consulted before taking any supplements. Results not typical and may vary.

Research

  1. Berger et al. “Metabolic and nutritional support in acute cardiac failure.” Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care. 2003 Mar; 6(2):195-201
  2. Nair SS, et al. “Prevention of cardiac arrhythmia by dietary (n-3) polyunsaturated fatty acids and their mechanism of action.” J Nutr. 1997 Mar;127(3):383-93
  3. De Caterina R. et al. “Antiarrhythmic effects of omega-3 fatty acids: from epidemiology to bedside.”. Am Heart J. 2003 Sep;146(3):420-30
  4. Bucher HC, et al. “N-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in coronary heart disease: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.” Am J Med. 2002;112:298-304
  5. Supari F., et al. “Fish oil treatment decreases superoxide anions in the myocardium and coronary arteries of atherosclerotic monkeys.” Circulation. 1995 Feb 15;91(4):1123-8
  6. Richter WO., et al. “Long-chain omega-3 fatty acids from fish reduce sudden cardiac death in patients with coronary heart disease.” Eur J Med Res. 2003 Aug 20;8(8):332-6
  7. Yli-Jama P. “Serum-free fatty acid pattern and risk of myocardial infarction: a case-control study.” J Intern Med. 2002 Jan;251(1):19-28
  8. Mozaffarian D, et al. “Effect of Fish Oil on Heart Rate in Humans…” Circulation. 2005 Sep 19 [Epub ahead of print]
  9. Paillard F. “Nutritional counseling for coronary and hypertensive patients.” Arch Mal Coeur Vaiss. 2003 Sep;96:27-33
  10. Armitage JA. “Increased blood pressure later in life may be associated with perinatal n-3 fatty acid deficiency.” Lipids. 2003 Apr;38(4):459-64
  11. Mori TA. et al. “Docosahexaenoic acid but not eicosapentaenoic acid lowers ambulatory blood pressure and heart rate in humans.” Hypertension. 1999;34:253-260
  12. Frenoux JM. et al. “A polyunsaturated fatty acid diet lowers blood pressure and improves antioxidant status in spontaneously hypertensive rats.” J Nutr. 2001 Jan;131(1):39-45
  13. Rousseau et al. “Dietary n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids affect the development of renovascular hypertension in rats.”. Mol Cell Biochem. 2001 Sep;225(1-):109-19
  14. Morris MCB. “Does fish oil lower blood pressure? A meta-analysis of controlled trials.” Circulation 1993
  15. Curtis CL. “Effects of n-3 fatty acids on cartilage metabolism.” Proc Nutr Soc. 2002 Aug;61(3):381-9
  16. James MJ et al. “Dietary omega-3 fats as adjunctive therapy in a prototypic inflammatory disease: issues and obstacles for use in rheumatoid arthritis.” Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 2003 Jun;68(6):399-405
  17. Simopoulos AP. “Omega-3 fatty acids in inflammation and autoimmune diseases.” J Am Coll Nutr. 2002 Dec;21(6):495-505
  18. Cleland LG. “The role of fish oils in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.” Drugs. 2003;63(9):845-53
  19. Durrington PN, et al. “An omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid concentrate administered for one year decreased triglycerides in simvastatin treated patients with coronary heart disease and persisting hypertriglyceridaemia.” Heart. 2001;85:544–548
  20. “The effect of a diet enriched with omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on the indices of the blood fibrinolytic system in patients in the initial stages of ischemic heart disease.” Kardiologiia. 1993;33(6):21-5
  21. Saynor R. et al. “The long-term effect of dietary supplementation with fish lipid concentrate on serum lipids, bleeding time, platelets, and angina.” Atherosclerosis. 1984 Jan;50(1):3-10
  22. Menendez JA. “Overexpression and hyperactivity of breast cancer associated fatty acid synthase (oncogenic antigen-519) is insensitive to normal arachidonic fatty acid-induced suppression in lipogenic tissues, but it is selectively inhibited by tumoricidal alpha-linolenic and gammalinolenic fatty acids…” Int J Oncol. 2004 Jun;24.)
  23. Nkondjock A. “Intake of specific carotenoids and essential fatty acids and breast cancer risk in Montreal, Canada.” Am J Clin Nutr. 2004 May;79
  24. Jordan A. “Effect of an omega-3 fatty acid containing lipid emulsion alone and in combination with 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) on growth of the colon cancer cell line Caco-2.” Eur J Nutr. 2003 Dec;42(6):324-31
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  26. Holness MJ. “Acute omega-3 fatty acid enrichment selectively reverses high-saturated fat feeding-induced insulin hypersecretion but does not improve peripheral insulin resistance.” Diabetes. 2004 Feb;53 Suppl 1
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  28. Holness MJ. “Diabetogenic impact of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids on pancreatic beta-cell function and the regulation of endogenous glucose production.” Endocrinology. 2003 Sep;1
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  30. Kruger MC, et al. “Calcium, gamma-linolenic acid and eicosapentaenoic acid supplementation in senile osteoporosis.” Aging (Milano).1998;10:385–394
  31. Albertazzi P, et al. “Polyunsaturated fatty acids. Is there a role in postmenopausal osteoporosis prevention?” Maturitas. 2002 May 20;42(1):13-22
  32. Terano T. “Effect of omega 3 polyunsaturated fatty acid ingestion on bone metabolism and osteoporosis.” World Rev Nutr Diet. 2001;88:141-7
  33. Högström, M et al. “n–3 Fatty acids are positively associated with peak bone mineral density and bone accrual in healthy men: the NO2 Study.” Am J Clin Nutr. 2007 85: 803-807
  34. Morris MC. “Consumption of fish and n-3 fatty acids and risk of incident Alzheimer disease.” Arch Neurol. 2003 Jul;60
  35. Hashimoto M. “Docosahexaenoic acid provides protection from impairment of learning ability in Alzheimer’s disease model rats.” J Neurochem. 2002 Jun;81
  36. Farooqu AA. “Plasmalogens, phospholipase A2, and docosahexaenoic acid turnover in brain tissue.” J Mol Neurosci. 2001 Apr-Jun;16.
  37. Malcolm Peet. “Essential fatty acids theoretical aspects and treatment implications for schizophrenia and depression.” Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 2002; 8 223-229
  38. Murck H. “Ethyl-eicosapentaenoate and dexamethasone resistance in therapy-refractory depression.” Int J Neuropsychopharmacol. 2004 Jun;:1-9
  39. Nemets B, et al. “Addition of Omega-3 Fatty Acid to Maintenance Medication Treatment for Recurrent Unipolar Depressive Disorder.” American Journal of Psychiatry 2002;159 477-479
  40. Tsekos E. “Perioperative administration of parenteral fish oil supplements in a routine clinical setting improves patient outcome after major abdominal surgery.” Clin Nutr. 2004 Jun;23
  41. Switzer KC. (n-3) Polyunsaturated fatty acids promote activation-induced cell death in murine T lymphocytes.” J Nutr. 2003 Feb;133
  42. Walton AJE, et al. “Dietary fish oil and the severity of symptoms in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.” Ann Rheum Dis. 1991;50:463–466
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Ingredients & Use

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Capsule                                        Servings per Container: 90
                                                                               Amount Per         % Daily
Each Capsule Contains                                           Serving               Value*
Calories (energy) 15
     Calories from fat                                                      10
Total Fat                                                                     1.5 g                  2%*
Cholesterol <5 mg <2%*
Omega-3 Fatty Acids                                                 850 mg                 †
     EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid)                              425 mg                 †
     DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)                              325 mg                 †
     Additional/Other Omega-3s                                  100 mg                 †

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000-calorie diet.
† Daily Value not established.

Ingredients: Highly refined and concentrated omega-3 marine oil, capsule shell (gelatin, glycerin and purified water), natural lemon/lime flavor, proprietary antioxidant blend (consisting of rosemary extract, ascorbyl palmitate and natural tocopherols (soy).

Suggested Use

Adults take 4-6 capsules daily.

Take 2-3 capsules a half-hour prior to a meal and 2-3 capsules before bedtime. For larger doses, please consult a healthcare practitioner.

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I take these religiously daily. The lemon is great- no fishy tastes at all. the best fish oil around bar none.

(Posted on 9/15/2016)

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FAQs

Why should I choose Res-Q 1250 over another fish oil supplement?

Res-Q 1250 contains 750 mg of heart healthy EPA and DHA omega-3s. Each batch is ultra-purified and third-party independently tested for toxins and pollutants.

When you compare Res-Q 1250 with other omega-3 supplements, you will find that it is more thoroughly purified and contains more milligrams of EPA and DHA per serving. When comparing the cost you will find that Res-Q 1250 is less expensive per gram of EPA and DHA than many other omega-3 supplements.

What's the difference between Res-Q 1250 Capsules and Res-Q 1250 Lemon Coated?

The omega-3 concentrate is the same in both products. The difference is that the Res-Q 1250 Lemon Coated softgels include a lemon freshness for a pleasant aroma when you open the bottle.

How should I take Res-Q 1250 omega-3 fish oil?

Adults take 4-6 softgels daily. Take 2-3 softgels a half-hour prior to a meal and 2-3 softgels before bedtime. For larger doses please consult your doctor.

Does Res-Q 1250 omega-3 contain mercury, PCBs or other contaminants?

Res-Q 1250 undergoes an extensive purification process, including molecular distillation, to ensure removal of heavy metals and pollutants. Every batch of Res-Q 1250 is tested to ensure purity and EPA/ DHA content. The certificate of analysis for each batch of Res-Q 1250 demonstrates that it meets and exceeds manufacturing specifications.

What do I do if the soft gels are too large for me?

Res-Q 1250 Liquid is an excellent, tasty option that can be taken by the spoonful. Or try Res-Q 2500 TG our smallest omega-3 softgel.

Res-Q 1250 only contains omega-3, don't I need a product that contains both omega-3 and omega-6?

Omega-6 is readily obtained through diet. The average American diet contains approximately a 20:1 ratio of omega-6 to omega-3; however, the ideal ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 is 1:1.*

Can I take Res-Q 1250 and Res-Q CalamarineTM together?

Yes. Both products contain EPA and DHA omega-3s, whereas Res-Q Calamarine contains higher amounts of DHA than does Res-Q 1250. 

Are there any side effects in taking omega-3 fish oil?

Omega-3 fish oil is generally well tolerated. Everyone's body responds differently to natural supplements; results vary. Lower-grade fish oils have been known to cause upset stomach, and fishy breath. Better quality omega-3s often do not.

We always recommend reviewing supplements with your doctor prior to taking them. 

What does the "1250" in Res-Q 1250 stand for?

The "1250" stands for the actual size (how many milligrams the capsules can hold) and weight (milligrams is a measurement of weight) of the soft gel capsule. This means that the capsules can hold up to 1250 mg.

If “1250” in the name Res-Q 1250 omega-3 fish oil stands for the capsule size why doesn’t each capsule contain 1250 mg of omega-3?

Each capsule of Res-Q 1250 omega-3 fish oil contains EPA and DHA omega-3, as well as other long chain omega-3 fatty acids. It also contains lemon flavor and a proprietary antioxidant blend that helps maintain the freshness of the oil within each capsule.

Can pregnant women, nursing mothers take Res-Q 1250?

Research shows that pregnant women, nursing mothers and the developing fetus can benefit from omega-3 (EPA and DHA) supplementation.* However, we recommend you consult with your doctor prior to starting any new supplement. 

Can I give Res-Q 1250 to my child?

Children can also benefit from Res-Q 1250 omega-3.* Res-Q 1250 Liquid is easy to swallow. We recommend you discuss supplements with your pediatrician prior to giving them to your child.

Can I give Res-Q 1250 to my pets and how much do I give them?

We recommend you speak with your veterinarian regarding supplementation for your pets.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It is recommended that a physician be consulted before taking any supplements. Results not typical and may vary.

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