Fatty Acids


CLA, Conjugated Linoleic Acid, is a related to the omega-6 fatty acids, one of the two types of essential fatty acids. Numerous physiological effects have been observed from CLA : Antioxidant properties And, most

Wild Mega Omega 3

While most eat too much of the omega-6 oils found in meats and most vegetable oils, they suffer a relative deficiency of the omega-3 oils, a situation that is associated with an increase risk

Omega 3.6.9

Omega 3.6.9 is a fatty acid formulation of two essential fatty acids 3 (wild fish) and 6, and the non-essential Omega 9. Molecular Distillation Advantage: The fish oil used in Absorb Science’s Omega 3-6-9