Animal - Omega
Inside Animal Omega
Produced by Universal Nutrition, a company that claims to have been found in 1983, the Animal line of products was expanded to include Animal Omega in order to fill a gap in the company's product line of bodybuilding supplements. The premise behind the formulation of Animal Omega is to provide the user with an ample supply of fatty acids necessary for the promotion of stamina and other side benefits such as overall cardiovascular health.
The focus building up these fatty acids comes from the somewhat controversial theory that the human body, being a form of mammal, does not produce enough of these essential fatty acids on its own and, therefore, needs to find outside sources rich in these nutrients. Furthermore, since adequate amounts of these elements are hard to acquire through the ingestion of natural materials such as plants it is productive to create a source of high quality fatty acids designed for easy consumption.
Since there are, and have been many such sources, on the market for years, Animal Omega seems to have decided to throw the kitchen sink at the formulation of their list of ingredients. These include:
Omega 3 Fatty Acid (N-3 FA) Complex
A combination of Salmon Oil, Cod Live Oil, Mackerel Oil and Flaxseed Oil, this complex is designed to provide the necessary elements to promote healthy cholesterol levels, cardiovascular integrity and improve cognitive performance.
Omega 6 Fatty Acid (N-6 FA) Complex
Based on a formulation of fatty acids including Sesamin, Evening Primrose Oil, Safflower Oil and Borage Oil, this mixture adheres to the theory that greater performance standards can be achieved when combining Omega 3 acids with Omega 6 acids.
Omega Absorption Complex
By introducing Lipase Enzyme, L-Carnitine and Lecithin in the mix, the producers have tried to create a formula designed for quick absorption of the other fatty acid complexes.
One pak daily for best results