OmegaGize³ is so much more than just a fish oil supplement. It actually contains 3 key supplements in one.

Young Living OmegaGize³ is a core supplement to support overall health and wellness. Because our bodies don’t synthesize certain essential fatty acids, it’s important to make sure you get enough through your diet or supplementation.


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Instructor: Dr. Lindsey Elmore PHARMD, BCPS

What It’s For

Together with vitamin D-3, and CoQ10, omega 3 fatty acids work to support normal brain, heart, eye, and joint health. It also provides antioxidant support and encourages healthy aging.

Ingredient Highlight

The star of this supplement is the fish oil, which contains both EPA and DHA. It also contains a high-quality source of COQ10 and vitamin D3. These provide essential nutrients for circulation as well as endocrine support.

Who Should Take OmegaGize³

As a foundational supplement, OmegaGize is great for anyone who wants to ensure adequate intake of essential fatty acids. Additionally, athletes may particularly want to support their muscular and skeletal systems.

Companion Products

Other products to consider as your core daily nutrition include Master Formula, Super B, and NingXia Red.

Don’t Have OmegaGize³?

Mindwise is another product that contains a healthy dose of COQ10.

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Comments & Reviews

  1. My husband won’t take these since they are derived from tilapia. We’ve always read that tilapia was not a good fish to eat. Why does YL use tilapia and how do I explain this to someone who will not eat Tilapia fish? thanks

  2. Are the Omega 3’s in this triglyceride or ester? My husband’s doctor has prescribed the triglyceride version for his dry eyes.

  3. Lindsey states in the video that Omegagize is an animal based pill. Does anyone know the specifics of that? I would like to be aware for clients with allergies and religious restrictions

  4. My mother stopped taking because she swears they caused her to become constipation. Anyone else have feecback on this? Any suggestions to minimize this impact?