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Omega-3 Index Complete Test Kit

An Exciting Tool to Validate and Tailor Your Omega-3 Prescriptions!

  • A simple, easy-to-use, validated test that measures red blood cell (RBC) omega-3 essential fatty acid (EPA and DHA) status to personalise supplemental and diet prescriptions.
  • A correlation has been found between an individual’s omega-3 index and their risk of certain conditions including cardiovascular health issues.1,2
  • Can be used to improve patient compliance and validate Practitioner prescriptions through measuring the impact of supplemental fish oil, such as MetaPure EPA/DHA.
Ingredients
Each kit contains 1 x sample collection card, lancet, bandage, gauze pad, alcohol wipe, return envelope
Storage
 Store between 15°C to 30°C
TruQuality™

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TruQuality™ Testing Parameters

Elemental Impurities

Test Limit Information

Pass/Fail

Cadmium

Not more than 0.5 ppm

Pass

Lead

Not more than 0.5 ppm

Pass

Mercury

Not more than 1.5 ppm

Pass

Arsenic

Not more than 1.5 ppm

Pass

Microbes

Test Limit Information

Pass/Fail

Bile – Tolerant Gram Negative Bacteria

Less than or equal 1X102 CFU/g

Pass

Total Yeast and Mould Count

Less than or equal 1X102 CFU/g

Pass

Escerichia Coli

Absent in 1 g

Pass

Salmonella Species

Absent in 10 g

Pass

Objectionable Organisms

Not Detected

Pass

Staphylococcus Aureus

Absent in 1 g

Pass

Total Aerobic Microbial Count

Less than or equal 1X104 CFU/g

Pass

For more information about product testing, click here. To learn about excipients used in this product, see our full excipient list here.

Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare professional.