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Minami Nutrition

Minami Nutrition is a niche brand of superior quality scientifically proven omega 3 supplements. Not only were they one of the first front runners in Europe to support the use of high EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid) supplements for health, they have become the home for sustainable, highly concentrated omega 3 supplements for you and your family. These products are manufactured using CO2, through a supercritical process that ensures high purity.

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Minami DHA+EPA Liquid with Vitamin D3 150ml
Minami MorDHA Mini 3+ 60 Capsules
Minami MorEPA Mind 60 Capsules
Minami MorEPA Mind 60 Capsules
£46.39
Minami MorEPA Move 60 Capsules
Minami MorEPA Move 60 Capsules
£41.99

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What makes the Minami brand stand out?

They pride themselves on striving for the smallest possible environmental footprint whilst offering one of the highest-concentrated omega 3’s. Their fish oils come from small fish species that aren’t endangered, including sardines, anchovies and mackerel. In fact all of their Friend of the Sea certified products are totally pure, so don’t include any of the nasty things like fillers, heavy metals, solvents and saturated fats. And thanks to a patented supercritical CO2 extraction process, you’ll get more of what you need, and less of what you don’t with Minami Nutrition.

How did the brand start?

It was founded in 1999 by Jo Wyckman in Belgium. Jo read up on supercritical carbon dioxide distillation in 2002 and managed to acquire exclusivity on the manufacturing procedures in order to create omega 3 products for the commercial market. At the start of 2011, Minami was acquired by Atrium Innovations in January who have since gone to become part of the Nestlé group.

What are the benefits of omega-3?

There are over 25,000 scientific publications on the effects on omega -3 fatty acids in humans. This research shows that omega 3 fatty acids protect the heart and blood vessels, making them particularly vital to athletic performers. Omega 3 can delay memory loss too, and is good for the eyes of both the young and old. Pregnant women should ensure adequate levels of omega 3’s are met, as they are vital for the early stages of their unborn child's life. And if a patient finds themselves on anti-depressants, as regular intake of omega-3 fatty acids may help to alleviate the symptoms of depression and therefore boost the effect of aforementioned medication