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1250 Omega-3 Lemon Coated - 3 Pack - 200 Softgel Capsules

3 Bottles of Omega-3 Softgels, Lemon Fresh; Value Pack
1250 Omega-3 Lemon Coated - 3 Pack Item #B141

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1250 Omega-3 Lemon Coated - 3 Pack Quality Guaranteed
  • Lemon Coating for a Refreshing Aroma
  • Over 750 mgs of Heart Healthy* Omega-3s in Each Softgel
  • Molecularly Distilled and Ultra-Purified in Norway
  • No Fishy Oil Aftertaste
  • Satisfaction Money-Back Guarantee*
  • Proud Member of GOED
Proud Member of GOED
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

"I recommend Res-Q 1250 because its potent omega-3s help to lower cholesterol, support a healthy mood, and lower inflammation, ultimately reducing your risk of many chronic health conditions."
-Dr. Melissa Josselson, ND


Comments above are the opinion of the doctor quoted and may not be typical; results vary.

Save money with our Res-Q 1250 Lemon Coated omega-3 softgels – 3 Bottle Value Pack. Enjoy the convenience of not having to worry about running out of this supplement anytime soon!

SATISFACTION MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE

If you are not completely satisfied with your Res-Q 1250 Lemon Coated Value 3-Pack 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

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Ingredients & Use

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per Container: 200

                                                                               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                                                750-850 mg           †
     EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid)                              390-425 mg           †
     DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)                              300-325 mg           †
     Additional/Other Omega-3s                                   60-100 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 (derived from one or more of anchovy, sardine, mackerel or squid), capsule shell (gelatin, glycerin and purified water), natural lemon/lime flavor, proprietary antioxidant blend (consisting of natural tocopherols [soy], rosemary extract and ascorbyl palmitate).

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.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great Product Review by Paulie
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Been taking 1250 for 15 years never felt better

(Posted on 8/17/2016)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

Great supplement Review by John
Age: 45-59
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Recently started taking these after taking the non-lemon version for years. It's great not having the fishy aftertaste as with the other ones.

(Posted on 4/30/2016)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

We are long-time customers of ResQ 1250 and more Review by mim
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My husband and I have taken ResQ 1250 since it was
first advertised. As a matter of fact, the owner, Tim, took
my first order on the phone. We continue to take ResQ
1250 all these years even though our friends buy Omega
capsules from various stores at lower prices but we trust
the quality of ResQ 1250.

(Posted on 6/14/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

Happy with product Review by JoJo
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My doctor is happy with results of several of my tests.

(Posted on 6/4/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

Really works! Review by Bev
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Been on the 1250 Fish Oil and LDX-2 for many years. Results were great in lowering all my levels. Took husband off statins and his numbers improved. Now have both my adult children on the regimen. I also just put my husband on 105 Max and his blood sugar numbers are improving. Only problem is, need more special deals because price is costly for us seniors when both are taking 3 of the different supplements monthly.

(Posted on 5/30/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

Like the new flavor Review by Glen
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Upon opening the container, the new lemon smell was very pleasant. Even though the original fish oil smell was very little, the lemon is much better

(Posted on 3/31/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

Pleased!! Review by steve
Norristown, PA; Age: 60-74; Medical Concern: Cholesterol & Heart Disease
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I have been on a Res-Q Omega-3 regiment for a little while and I just passed my yearly physical with flying colors. My numbers are Awesome!! My Doctor is very pleased!!

(Posted on 3/30/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

I am a strong believer in ResQ 1250 Review by Kenny
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I have used Omega 1250 for about 15 years. My Doctor was about to put me on a statin drug. I asked him if I could try Res Q 1250. He agreed, and a year later, my Dr. said, What ever you're doing, keep doing it, it's working great!
I was curious to try this new version. Will do so when I used up my current inventory

(Posted on 3/29/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

I am a strong believer in ResQ 1250 Review by Kenny
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I have used Omega 1250 for about 15 years. My Doctor was about to put me on a statin drug. I asked him if I could try Res Q 1250. He agreed, and a year later, my Dr. said, What ever you're doing, keep doing it, it's working great!
I was curious to try this new version. Will do so when I used up my current inventory

(Posted on 3/29/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

1250 lemon Review by Gman
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Very pleased with the new Res-Q product I received my order promptly. I never had a problem with a fishy taste with 1250+ but the lemon does taste good

(Posted on 3/28/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

Worth every penny Review by Bill
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I've been using ResQ250 for about 10 years to help lower my cholesterol and triglycerides. At age 75 I am able to pass a standard exercise stress test and a nuclear stress test and echo cardiogram show no problems or blockages. I attribute this to faithful use of this product. Worth every penny!

(Posted on 3/26/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

Great product Review by Nan
Redondo Beach, CA
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I have been using this product since my heart attack over 12 years ago. My doctor wanted me to take fish oil and I tried several different brands that all left an awful fishy taste in my mouth. Because of how highly concentrated ResQ is, I decided to try it as I would be able to take fewer capsules. To my surprise, there was no after taste. It is pricier than most other brands, but well worth it if you can buy it on sale.

(Posted on 3/26/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

Luv the product Review by Joy
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I have been taking the regular Omega 3 1250 so it was nice to see the new lemon version and I am anxious to try it

(Posted on 3/26/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

Res-q 1250 Review by Ron
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It reduced my triglycerides.

(Posted on 3/26/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

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*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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