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Res-Q 2500 TG Omega-3 Fish Oil - 200 ct - Mini Softgels

Mini Softgel Capsules, EPA & DHA Omega-3
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Smallest Omega-3 Capsules Available!

  • Concentrated Triglyceride Form of Omega-3
  • 375 mg of Ultra-Refined EPA & DHA Omega-3 per softgel
  • No Fishy Aftertaste or Fish Burps
  • No Shellfish Allergens
  • Easy-to-Swallow Mini Softgels
  • Satisfaction Guarantee*
  • Proud Member of GOED

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Gluten Free Soy Free Dairy Free Caffeine Free Non-GMO Norway Fish Oil

Res-Q 2500 TG is a concentrated fish oil supplement in pure triglyceride form with more omega-3s in a single mini easy-to-swallow softgel capsule than any other brand. Omega-3s, sometimes called fatty acids, are "good fats" and an important nutrient lacking in many American diets. Res-Q 2500 TG mini softgel capsules are ultra-purified to give you safe, purified omega-3s with no fish oil aftertaste.*

Here are three things you should know:

1.  The long-term health benefits of 2500 TG are exactly the same as Res-Q 1250.

  • Promotes a healthy heart*
  • Reduces triglycerides*
  • Promotes healthy circulation*
  • Balances the natural inflammatory response*
  • Improves joint mobility and flexibility*
  • Supports brain and eye health*
  • Improves mood*

2. Your body absorbs the omega-3s in 2500TG faster because it is a naturally-occurring triglyceride oil, so you get all the health benefits more quickly and you need a smaller amount. This may be more important to someone who is just starting to take an omega-3 fish oil supplement.

3. The capsule is half the size. If you have a hard time swallowing the 1250 capsule, 2500TG could be a good option for you.


Res-Q 2500 TG is an omega-3 supplement produced in pure triglyceride form which is readily absorbed by the body. It provides EPA & DHA in our smallest size capsule. Formulated with 213 mg of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and 163 mg of DHA (docosahexeanoic acid), the two most important and beneficial heart health omega-3s found in fish.*

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 function.*  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.


Res-Q 2500 TG 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 with lower levels of contaminants.

In a pharmaceutically licensed, NSF- and GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) certified facility in Norway, the fish oil undergoes an extensive purification process including molecular distillation to remove any pollutants such as PCBs, dioxins and heavy metals like mercury. Each batch is independently three-party tested for purity. Lastly Res-Q 2500 TG is encapsulated and bottled in the U.S.A.


If you are not completely satisfied with Res-Q 2500 TG 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

Suggested Use

Adults take 4-6 capsules daily.

Take 2-3 capsules in the morning and 2-3 capsules in the evening. For larger doses, please consult a healthcare practitioner.


Customer Reviews

Awesome Product Review by Diane

My joints feel great. I haven't had my cholesterol check yet. They are easier to swallow. Love this product.

(Posted on 2/6/2019)

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

great results Review by Dennis
Pottstown, PA

have lowered cholesterol and triglycerides for the first time in years. Very pleased with product.

(Posted on 3/6/2017)

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Natural alternative for healthy heart,circulation, and lower cholesterol Review by Annie

I have used this product for approximately 5 years. I have seen a great improvement in my cholesterol and my joint mobility! I highly recommend RESQ 1250!

(Posted on 11/19/2016)

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A+++++ Review by John
Erial , NJ; Age: 45-59

The small caps are nice. I use Res Q 1250 daily and also use these now. Excellent products.

(Posted on 12/23/2015)

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Love this product Review by Martha
SAINT HEDWIG, TX; Age: 60-74; Medical Concern: Cholesterol & Heart Disease

I really like the smaller capsule as I have a hard time swallowing the full sized capsule

(Posted on 12/11/2015)

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

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Why should I take Res-Q 2500 TG?

Res-Q 2500 TG contains approximately 375 mg of the omega-3s EPA and DHA in pure triglyceride form, which is readily absorbed by the body, and it's in our smallest softgel capsule. Each batch is third-party independently tested for purity from toxins and pollutants.

How should I take Res-Q 2500 TG omega-3 fish oil?

Adults take 4-6 capsules daily. Take 2-3 capsules in the morning and 2-3 capsules in the evening. For larger doses please consult a healthcare practitioner.

Does Res-Q 2500 TG omega-3 contain mercury, PCBs or other contaminants?

Res-Q 2500 TG undergoes an extensive purification process, including molecular distillation, to ensure removal of heavy metals and pollutants. Every batch of Res-Q 2500 TG is tested to ensure purity and EPA/ DHA content. The certificate of analysis for each batch of Res-Q 2500 TG demonstrates that it meets and exceeds manufacturing specifications.

How am I getting the same benefits from taking the Res-Q 2500 TG mini softgel capsules as the Res-Q 1250 larger capsules?

Res-Q 2500 TG is produced in pure triglyceride (TG) form as opposed to the ethyl ester (EE) form of Res-Q 1250. Studies show that the TG form is readily absorbed by the body so the capsules are able to be formulated in a smaller size while still providing the same long-term health benefits as the EE form.*

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. 

Can pregnant women, nursing mothers take Res-Q 2500?

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 2500 TG 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 2500 TG to my pets and how much do I give them?

Due to the natural lemon flavor in Res-Q 2500 TG is not recommended for cats and may be problematic for smaller breed dogs. We highly recommend you speak with your veterinarian before giving your pet any supplements.

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 2500 TG omega-3 fish oil is fresh?

Res-Q 2500 TG contains a proprietary antioxidant blend consisting of rosemary extract and natural tocopherols to keep the oil fresh within each softgel capsule.

*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.