Taking a fish oil supplement to satisfy your daily omega-3 needs is a great thing to do for your body and your health! Of course, if it is your first time taking a fish oil softgel, one thing you may – or may not – be aware of is the unpleasant side affect that happens after taking these pills.
No, we’re not talking about the fishy taste left inside your mouth after swallowing one of these softgels. We’re talking about the ever popular (and widely hated) fish burps!
These disgusting burps are exactly what they sound like – burps that stink and taste of fish. Yuck!
This unpleasant odor is a direct result of your stomach digesting the softgel and absorbing it into your body to provide you with the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids. When digestion begins, sometimes your body creates a build-up of gases and the way to rid your body of these gases is by burping. Since the fish oil softgel you swallowed is the cause of this gas build-up, the odor that is expelled is the scent of fish.
With this icky side-effect, it’s no wonder why many people steer clear of fish oil softgels. There is nothing pleasant about belching fish odor during an important interview, on your wedding day or even right before a romantic kiss!
Here at Coromega, we are proud to say our products will not only give you all the benefits of Omega-3, but they will do it without the icky fish burps, fishy taste or aftertaste. How can we do this, you ask? Our patented emulsion formula allows your body to absorb omega-3 in the most effective and advanced delivery form possible. It’s as though we have already taken the fish oil and have digested it for you, making it easier on your body to absorb and reap the benefits of omega-3. In fact, the original Coromega Squeeze is clinically proven to be 3 times better absorbed than fish oil softgels.*
Don’t go another day with icky fish burps. Chose Coromega and surprise yourself, and thankfully those around you, with the delicious citrus taste and best of all no embarrassing fish burps! All the benefits without the burrps.
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**J Am Diet Assoc. 2009;109:1076-1081