Triomega® is fish oil enrich with omega 3 fatty acid. It has always been associated with maintenance of healthy heart function and cholesterol level and because of this, the American Heart Association* recommends that everyone should eat 1 serving of fatty fish (3.05 oz/serving), twice a week for heart health.

However, it doesn’t only stop there. It may play a part in assisting other vital bodily functions as well, such as decrease the symptoms associated with depression, chronic skin ailments and certain inflammatory diseases like arthritis in addition to enhancing joint mobility.


Over the years, there are many studies conducted on the beneficial effect of fish oil:

On heart, it may help in:

• Lowering triglycerides level   

• Lowering the risk of heart diseases   

• Delaying the buildup development of atherosclerotic plaques, called hardening of in the arteries   


 On joint mobility, it may help in:

• Decreasing inflammation by increasing some anti-inflammatory markers such as IL-10, TGF beta

• Decreasing the progression of osteoarthritis by decreasing both the destruction and inflammatory aspects of cartilage cell metabolism.

• Decreasing the risk of bone marrow lesions

• Decrease the symptoms of morning stiffness, tender or swollen joints and joint pain

For those looking to increase their triomega® intake, the following foods are recommended:

• Herring

• Salmon

• Oysters

• Trout

• Tuna

• Crab

• Shrimp

• Cod fish

Triomega® rich foods and supplements are recommended for:

• People who are more susceptible to bone loss and osteoporosis, like senior citizens and parents

• People who are atheletic

• White collar employees

• Employees who have high intensity workload


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Did you know ?

To increase joint mobility:

• Consider taking Triomega® together with Glucosamine

• Eat an anti-inflammatory diet loaded with colorful fruits and vegetables

• Try low impact activity like swimming, stationary cycling until your joints feel better

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