Omega-3 Index Plus Test

Omega-3 Index Plus Test

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The Omega-3 Index Plus Test is a blood test that measures the percentage of Omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) in red blood cell membranes.

  • This convenient test uses a single drop of blood to measure the Omega-3 Index.
  • A finger prick provides enough blood to measure the Omega-3 Index.
  • Testing is confidential, between the patient and their practitioner.
  • A personalized report will be sent via email and will include individualized recommendations based on test results.

There are three phases of Omega-3 testing:
 
Measure: Eating fish or taking supplements does not guarantee your Omega-3 Index will be in the desirable range – it must be measured.
 
Modify: With your Omega-3 Index results you will have the tools to personalize your Omega-3 intake.
 
Monitor: Track how your dietary changes affect your Omega-3 Index by testing every 4-6 months.
 
An Omega-3 Index in the desirable range of 8-12% is an indicator of better overall health. As a part of an overall healthy lifestyle, an Omega-3 Index in the 8-12% range may help to maintain heart, brain, eye and joint health. Once you know your Omega-3 Index, you can personalize your diet to modify your Omega-3 Index in as little as 3-4 months.

What are the Benefits of Knowing Your Omega-3 Index?
People with high Omega-3 levels support their heart, brain, eye and overall health.* 

Heart Health: From a better functioning heart to healthier blood vessels, there are many reasons why people with higher Omega-3 blood levels have better heart health.*

Brain Health: Omega-3s play a role in brain health during every phase of life – from infant brain development to maintaining cognitive function as we age.*

Eye Health: Omega-3 DHA is a main component of eyes and having higher levels of Omega-3s is related to better eye health and visual development.*

Overall Health: There are multiple benefits to the mind and body in having a higher Omega-3 Index, all of which contribute to slower aging.*