OMEGA-3T™ is purest Omega-3 fatty acids in triglyceride form (TG), well supported in over 8,000 research studies. Two of the most popular Omega-3’s, EPA and DHA prevalent in fish oil, are essential for normal growth and development, support brain function, maintain the heart, support bones, joints and the body’s natural immune defences.
We created absolutely superior fish oil form which is OMEGA-3T™. Our product have higher & faster absorption thant common Omega-3 Ethyl ester (EE) form on the market.
Not all Omega-3 fish oil are the same, this why we use OMEGA-3T™ in trygliceride form and not Ethyl ester (EE): Absorption of Ethyl ester forms of omega-3 fatty acid supplements are more prevalent in the market because of the cost: they are cheaper to produce than OMEGA-3T™ (triglyceride form). The industry created ethyl ester because they are a more malleable form than triglycerides. The main purpose of molecular distillation is to remove the industrial contaminants (heavy metals, dioxins, and PCBs) present in the commodity fish oils most supplement makers use, and concentrate the omega-3 molecules, EPA and DHA. In this model sterility overshadows efficacy. Studies have shown that ethyl esters are the least bioavailable forms of omega-3’s compared to OMEGA-3T™ TG forms and/or whole fish.  Once purification is complete through the micro distillation process why would the manufacturer leave them in an EE form – COST. Once purification is complete through the micro distillation process why would the manufacturer leave them in an EE form is about COST. The process to convert fish oil EEs back to TGs is costly. This is why Genius Nutrition, using OMEGA-3T™ form which is converted back to trygliceride, the best final form. Ethyl esters have been in the human food chain approximately 20 years. OMEGA-3T™ which is Triglyceride fatty acids have been eaten safely and for great benefit, for an estimated 600 million years.
OMEGA-3T™ natural TG fish oil results in 50% more plasma EPA and DHA after absorption in comparison to EE oils, TG forms of EPA and DHA were shown to be 48% and 36% better absorbed than EE forms, EPA incorporation into plasma lipids was found to be considerably smaller and took longer when administered as an EE. 
There have been a number of studies that have directly compared the absorption or bioavailability of ethyl ester and OMEGA-3T™ (triglyceride oils). Although a small number of these studies have found that absorption is similar between triglyceride and ethyl ester oils [3,4] the majority of research supports significantly increased absorption and bioavailability of EPA and DHA from triglycerides.
For example, a small study found that plasma EPA and DHA levels were 50% higher after supplementation with triglyceride fish oil than with ethyl ester fish oil. 
A different study found more dramatic differences, with EPA and DHA from triglycerides being 340% and 271% better absorbed, respectively, than those consumed as ethyl esters. The authors of that study went so far as concluding that ethyl esters “are poorly absorbed in man” due to decreased pancreatic lipase activity. 
While these smaller studies provide support that EPA and DHA are better absorbed from triglyceride oils than ethyl ester oils, some more recent well-designed studies provide strong evidence that triglyceride oils have superior bioavailability.
A two-week double-blind placebo-controlled study compared the absorption of different oil preparations in 72 subjects: a triglyceride concentrate, an ethyl ester concentrate, a FFA preparation, fish body oil that was obtained from pressing the bodies of fish (considered natural triglycerides fish oil), cod liver oil obtained from pressing the livers of cod fish (considered natural triglycerides fish oil) and a corn placebo oil.
Increases in absolute amounts of EPA and DHA in blood lipids were examined and results revealed that bioavailability of EPA and DHA from the triglyceride concentrate was 24% greater than natural fish oil, while the bioavailability from the ethyl ester concentrate was 27% less vs. natural fish oil.
In other words, EPA and DHA were significantly better absorbed in the triglyceride concentrate and natural triglyceride fish oil than they were in the ethyl ester concentrate. The researchers stated that these results were likely a result of pancreatic lipase activity, which limited the absorption of EPA and DHA from the ethyl ester oil.
OMEGA-3T™ capsules are formulated with top quality marine-derived oil:
SOURCE CONTROL OF RAW MATERIALS: fish caught in pure ocean waters.
PURE OILS: Oil purification process - undetectable contaminant levels
QUALITY EXPERTISE: patent on the natural enzymatic concentration of EPA/DHA omega-3 acids.
OILS IN NATURAL TRIGLYCERIDE FORM: natural form of omega-3, easier for organisms to assimilate.
HIGHLY STABILISED OILS: patent on nutritional oil stabilisation against oxidation. Optimal preservation of
nutritional and organoleptic qualities thanks to QUALITYSILVER®.
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Recommendations for use: 2 capsules daily with a large glass of water.