A highly purified and concentrated liquid supplement that helps relieve symptoms of dry eye syndrome while supporting proper tear function in adults.
The First and Only Formulation for Dry Eyes with High Daily Levels of Omega-3, GLA and Vitamin D3
The nutritionally packed I-VU® OMEGA-3 provides a high daily dose of the most important omega-3s in the re-esterified triglyceride form, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and docosapentaenoic acid (DPA).
AN ADDED BONUS:
I-VU® OMEGA-3 also provides patients with the recommended daily dose of vitamin D3, as well as the overall health benefits of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA).
With a total of 2280 mg of essential omega-3s in one daily dose, plus vitamin D3 & GLA, I-VU® OMEGA-3 is recommended for the maintenance of good health and helps to support cardiovascular health, cognitive health, immune function and the development and maintenance of bones and teeth.
Can be taken alone or conveniently added to your favourite smoothie or salad dressing. For more omega-3 cooking ideas visit our CHEF Recipes page.
One Teaspoon Daily Provides:
- 1500 mg EPA
- 750 mg DHA
- 30 mg DPA
- 200 mg GLA
- 25 mcg Vitamin D3
Features and Benefits:
THE I-VU® OMEGA-3 ADVANTAGE!
Nutrients for Eye Health
What do the studies show & what do the experts say?
In studies EPA, DHA, and GLA have shown positive effects for dry eye disease patients, with GLA showing additional benefits for Sjögren’s syndrome as well by helping to reduce inflammation, increase tear production, and improve tear quality.
Vitamin D deficiency is a potential risk factor for dry eye disease and is linked to patients experiencing less tear production and more severe dry eye symptoms.
Our Superior Formulation Results in Increased Potency and Efficacy
Most commercially available omega-3 manufacturers do not perform this additional
re-esterification step, leading to unpurified, synthetic formulations.
Learn More About I-MED Pharma’s I-VU® Line of Nutritional Supplements
 Periman, Laura. 2018. “Studying the role of omegas in dry eye disease: Beyond the DREAM.” https://www.ophthalmologytimes.com/view/studying-role-omegas-dry-eye-disease-beyond-dream;
 Liu, Jing, Yi Dong, and Yan Wang. 2020. “Vitamin D deficiency is associated with dry eye syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” Acta Ophthalmologica 98: 749-754. doi: 10.1111/aos.14470.
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