When you take an Omega-3 Index test it gives you a percentage, which is simply a measure of the amount of EPA and DHA in your blood. An Omega-3 Index of 8% or higher is ideal, the lowest risk zone. However, most people hover around 6% or below. And unfortunately in the US, most people are at 4% or below—the highest risk zone.
Raising your Omega-3 Index to the desirable zone of 8% will help ensure you are getting enough of the right omega-3s—EPA and DHA—to protect your health.
Learn more about your cells with the Omega-3 Index Plus Test. This test measures:
• Omega-3 Index
• Trans Fat Index
• Omega-6:Omega-3 Ratio
• AA:EPA Ratio
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