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Res-Q 1250 Omega-3 Fish Oil Liquid - 17 Ounces

EPA & DHA, Lemon Flavored
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Res-Q 1250 Omega-3 Fish Oil Liquid Quality Guaranteed
  • Triglyceride Form of Omega-3
  • Over 1200 milligrams of EPA & DHA Omega-3s in a Single Teaspoon
  • Product of Norway
  • Lemon Flavored with No Fishy 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

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.”
-Eric Lebby, MD

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

Res-Q 1250 Liquid is a concentrated triglyceride form of omega-3 containing more EPA and DHA omega-3 in a single spoonful than most other supplements. Omega-3s, sometimes called fatty acids, are "good fats" and an important nutrient often lacking in many American diets.

Res-Q 1250 Liquid is ultra-purified to give you omega-3s with no fish oil aftertaste. Convenient and delicious light lemon flavor. A nice alternative to capsules.  Designed for people of all ages.*


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

  1. A healthy heart*
  2. Triglycerides*
  3. Circulation*
  4. The natural inflammatory response*
  5. Joint mobility and flexibility*
  6. Brain and eye health*
  7. Overall health and wellbeing*
  8. Mood*


Res-Q 1250 Liquid is formulated to contain approximately 1,250 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.*

  • Why You Need EPA: EPA supports a balanced inflammatory response throughout the body and promotes cardiovascular funtion.*Recent research indicates that chronic inflammation is considered to be a major trigger for disease.
  • Why You Need DHA: DHA is the most abundant omega-3 in the brain and retina.  Cells in your body use it to communicate with each other. DHA is important to brain development and function.*
  • How much EPA and DHA in Each Res-Q 1250 Spoonful?  You receive 740-825 mg of EPA and 460-550 mg of DHA in each spoonful. That is approximately 1250 mg of purified omega-3s; three to four times more than other brands.


The Res-Q 1250 Liquid 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 pharmaceutical licensed, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certified facility in the fjords of Norway, the fish oil undergoes an extensive purification process including molecular distillation to ensure it is clean and free of 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 bottled in the U.S.A.


We bottle the liquid in a dark brown glass container and add a special antioxidant blend to maintain freshness. To keep it tasting fresh and delicious a very light lemon/lime flavor is added for a pleasant taste.   


If you are not completely satisfied with Res-Q 1250 Omega-3 Fish Oil Liquid 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.


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Ingredients & Use

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Teaspoon (5 ml)
Servings per Container: 100

                                                                                   Amount per               % Daily
                                                                                       Serving                  Value*
Calories (energy)                                                                40
Calories from fat                                                                 40
Total Fat                                                                             4.5 g                      7%*
Saturated Fat                                                                       1 g                        5%*
Polyunsaturated Fat                                                             2 g                         †
Monounsaturated Fat                                                           1 g                        †
Cholesterol                                                                        15 mg                   5%*

Omega-3 Fatty Acids                                            1,400-1,700 mg                   †
     EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid)                                740-825 mg                  †
     DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)                                460-550 mg                 †
     Additional/Other Omega-3s                                    200-325 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), natural lemon flavor, proprietary antioxidant blend (consisting of natural tocopherols [soy], rosemary extract and ascorbyl palmitate).

Suggested Use

Adults take 2-3 teaspoons daily. Take 2-3 teaspoons prior to a meal or bedtime, or 1 tablespoon (3 teaspoons) prior to a meal or before bedtime.

  • Shake well before using.
  • Refrigerate after opening
  • Protect from heat, light and moisture


Customer Reviews

A+++++ Review by John
Age: 45-59

Easy to take every day. I have been using Res-Q 1250 for years and it is helping me to live a healthier lifestyle.

(Posted on 4/27/2016)

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

Good Stuff Review by Sam
Age: 45-59

Having been a cardiac patient my whole life, and having heart surgery when I was 8 years old I was told I needed to be on certain meds my whole life. I avoided it and began taking supplements such as ResQ 1250 and Orosine. After a lifetime of heart issues, I am pleased that my cardiologist does not recognize me now. Blood pressure, and cholesterol all good, and major cardiac problems are things of the past! Still see my docs, but they say all is well!

(Posted on 2/3/2016)

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

Great product, no fishy taste! Review by Cheryl
Milwaukee, WI; Age: 60-74; Medical Concern: Cholesterol & Heart Disease

Relaxed in knowing this is helping lower my
Cholesterol, amen!

Thank you res-q 1250

I will order this product forever!

(Posted on 6/10/2015)

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

No fishy taste is correct! Review by Cheryl
Milwaukee, WI; Age: 60-74; Medical Concern: Cholesterol & Heart Disease

I feel much more relaxed in knowing these omega 3's,
are helping me with my Cholesterol!!!

Thank you resq-1250

I will take this forever!!!

(Posted on 6/10/2015)

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

Very good Review by Jeanette
Lilburn, GA; Age: 60-74

I take 2 teaspoons each night with a little cranberry juice. It lowered my cholesterol and triglycerides.

(Posted on 4/1/2015)

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

So far so good Review by Mike

So far, so good.

(Posted on 2/26/2015)

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

GREAT PRODUCT Review by Alan and Jackie
Strongsville, OH


(Posted on 1/19/2015)

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

Excellent product Review by Marvin
La Mesa, CA; Age: 60-74

I have been able to eliminate statin drugs by using liquid fish oil. I continue to maintain my labs in cholesterol and triglycerides by using both LDL with niacin and 1250 liquid fish oil.

(Posted on 12/4/2014)

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

Manages my blood levels and inflammation Review by Marv

I have been taking LDLX2 along with 1250 liquid for 10 years following a short time on Lipator. My blood levels are all within their desired range.

(Posted on 10/6/2014)

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

Really like it Review by Ann
Telford, PA

I really like this product because it has a pleasant mild taste. I don't like to take a lot of capsules so I am glad there is a liquid. I know it's important to my health to take fish oil. I am glad that you carry this product.

(Posted on 3/28/2014)

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

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Why should I take Res-Q 1250?

Res-Q 1250 contains approximately 1,250 mg combined EPA and DHA omga-3. Each batch is third-party independently tested for toxins and pollutants.

When you compare Res-Q 1250 with many 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 of Res-Q 1250 with other brands, you'll find that Res-Q 1250 is less expensive per gram of EPA and DHA than many other omega-3 supplements.

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

Adults take 2-3 teaspoons daily. Take 2-3 teaspoons prior to a meal or bedtime, or 1 tablespoon (3 teaspoons) prior to a meal or before bedtime.

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.

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 Calamarine 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" stand for?

The "1250" in the product name Res-Q 1250, stands for the actual size (how many milligrams the capsules can hold) and weight (milligrams is a measurement of weight) of the capsule capacity. This means that the Res-Q 1250 soft gels can hold up to 1250 mg.

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.*  Please discuss supplements with your pediatrician prior to use.

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.

Can I get enough omega-3 from eating fish?

Fish contain varying amounts of omega-3s, however to get the amounts of omega-3 proven in research to support heart health you would have to eat pounds of fish every day.* While a few servings per week is beneficial fish do contain pollutants and heavy metals so caution is needed.

Can I get enough omega-3 from flax seed oil?

Flaxseed oil is not a good source of EPA and DHA the two most researched and beneficial omega-3s. It primarily contains polyunsaturated fatty acids such as alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).

The body can only convert a small percentage of ALA into EPA and DHA so it is very difficult to obtain the recommended amounts of EPA and DHA to support heart health from flaxseed oil.

I’ve heard fish oil can go rancid. How do I know Res-Q 1250 omega-3 fish oil is fresh?

We bottle it in a dark brown glass container and add a propriety antioxidant blend consisting of rosemary extract, ascorbyl palmitate and natural tocopherols to keep the oil fresh.

Why does Res-Q 1250 omega-3 fish oil seem more expensive than other fish oils I’ve seen?

Often fish oil appears inexpensive because it contains low amounts of the omega-3s called EPA and DHA. To compare pricing it is important to determine how much you are paying for these specific ingredients.

Some supplements claim to have high amounts of omega-3 but when you look at the label the amounts of EPA and DHA are extremely low or not even specified.

When you do a comparison based on how much EPA and DHA is in a supplement, Res-Q 1250 is not more expensive. It is a good value because you pay less for the EPA and DHA omega-3s; plus you get more omega-3s in each serving compared to other brands.

*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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