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Omega 3 Blood Test Kit

Test your omega 3 levels in the comfort of your own home

Until Now, there was only one way to find your omega 3 levels

Hop in the car, drive down to the lab, get stuck with needles, wait days for a call back to schedule a follow-up, then drive back to the doctor’s, sit in the waiting room, and finally get your results.

But that’s all changed.

Now with the handy OmegaQuant Kit, you can sit in your favorite chair and give one quick poke instead. Mail the sample off, and get full results within 5 business days of the lab receiving your sample.

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What to Do About It

Now you can check your own Omega 3 Index and have a guaranteed way to improve it—without swallowing ghastly fish oil capsules or eating platefuls of fish.

It take 2 easy steps

Triple Guaranteed

We guarantee you’ll love Triple Power Omega 3 Fish Oil

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Guarantee No 1

Triple Power will be the best-tasting fish oil you have ever tried, or we’ll refund you immediately.

Guarantee No 2

Triple Power will be fresh and burp-free, or we’ll refund you immediately.

Guarantee No 3

Triple Power will improve your omega 3 levels in 90 days, or we’ll refund you immediately!

(See details on our 90-Day Oil Change Challenge)

You can try Triple Power with complete peace of mind, knowing if it doesn’t deliver on the Guarantees above, we’ll return every dime you paid for it.

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  2. William S Harris. (2007). Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease: A Case for Omega-3 Index as a New Risk Factor doi: 10.1016/j.phrs.2007.01.013
  3. Akira Sekikawa, Bradley J Wilcox, Takeshi Usui, John Jeffery Carr, Emma JM Barinas-Mitchell, et al. (2013). Do Differences in Risk Factors Explain the Lower Rates of Coronary Heart Disease in Japanese Versus U.S. Women? doi: 10.1089/jwh.2012.4087