Food supplement generally uses natural extracts of plant or animal origin by virtue of the bioavailability of the active ingredient extracted and makes them available to the user in various forms.
It is important that the production processes involve research, harvesting, extraction and production of the integrator are technologically appropriate and always refer to an ethically correct and environmentally friendly industrial practice.
The Origin of our Omega 3 Oils
Omega-3 essential oils can be extracted from a variety of sources of both animal and vegetable origins. Depending on the source to which it is drawn and according to the technologies used in the extraction process, some characteristics of the oils may vary considerably. Some of these variants depend on the inherent quality of the source, others by the technology used for extraction, others by various production processes. For example, some oils, once extracted with appropriate methodologies, keep the lipid chains intact and make the product more bioavailable to the organism as it comes to it in its natural form, the shape with which our organism has evolved and developed . Other forms of extraction include, for example, the use of thermal treatments that irreparably oxidize the Omega-3 molecules, making the product devoid of any efficacy, if not harmful. Finally, the presence of heavy metals in most intensive fisheries makes fish products of any origin inevitably contaminated and excessively rich in certain substances such as mercury and lead.
Only from the wild fish of ALASKA
The rules on intensive fish farming today allow the use of an ever-increasing number of correctional fish feed which only aim at:
- Decrease production times. To this end, they are introduced into growth-stimulating diet, synthesis products, and anything else that can increase the weight of individual specimens in the shortest time possible.
- Facilitate logistics. Farm tanks above a certain size are inevitably overlapping for logistical reasons ranging from the lower cost of structures to the simplification of fishing and maintenance.
- Minimize losses. Under such conditions, the hygiene rules necessary for the survival of the same bred animals are lost. For this reason, antibiotic, antibacterial and antiviral substances are often administered, which ensure the survival of the fauna, the time sufficient for their fishing and industrial treatment.
More generally, the modern approach to breeding has sensibly changed the conditions for growth and development of fish. Many intensive rearing (which is the source of most consumed fish resources) do not have the basic requirements to guarantee a product (or by-product) classified as "natural".
For these and other reasons, Diamond Life has decided not to use any oils from fish grown in intensive or wild wildlife farming in unsuitable conditions for the protection of the environment.
For the composition of all our Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, we use only and exclusively wild fish oils from the cold Alaskan seas. The catch is controlled and the fishing methods are regulated by rigid quality standards.
Our Omega 3 oil is pure, made from healthy fish, accustomed to the wild life spent entirely in their natural habitat, grown in the most unspoiled basin of the planet.
Trawling methods are not used which would damage the delicate balance of the seabed so as not to be used for surface fishing, where concentrations of polluting elements are sometimes too high.
The result is a very high quality, completely natural, highly digestible and assimilable integrator with no aftertaste.