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Omega 3-6-9 for an optimal lipid profile

Lack of polyunsaturated fatty acids, especially omega-3s, is a common dietary deficiency. A balanced diet includes Omega-3 fatty acids, which can be found in fatty fish and derivated oils, as well as omega-6s and omega-9s in good proportion.

A Japanese company by the name of Myyuki Company Ltd. provides an inspired solution to this significant dietary concern in the form of its Omega 3-6-9 dietary product. With its winning combination of linseed oil, pomegranate oil, borage oil, rosehip oil, hemp oil, pumpkin oil, evening primrose oil, and olive oil, the Omega 3-6-9 is recognised as a natural source of unsaturated fatty acids with a remarkable lipid profile that can be easily integrated into a balanced diet. Indeed, the Omega 3-6-9 is encased in an opaque packaging that successfully protects the product from degradation by UV radiation and provides the consumer with clear and precise instructions on using the oil as effectively as possible.

One of the most emphasized user guidelines is to never cook with the oil since exposure to high temperatures can denature the sensitive fatty acids. Additionally, the small Omega 3-6-9 can is designed with a very convenient pouring spout that facilitates optimal dosing. Last but not least, another attractive feature that recommends this product is its utterly delightful flavour that inspires consumers to wholeheartedly incorporate it into their daily nutrition. Although the judges were not officially required to evaluate olfactory properties in this product category, it must be noted that the pleasant taste of the Omega 3-6-9 significantly contributes to its success.

"Each year, one product per category is awarded the Prize of the Jury as a token of excellence in know-how and quality. In order to qualify, the product must be unanimously selected as a “coup de cœur” by the jury members. The winner of the Prize of the Jury is then selected from a group of just 5 nominees, which makes this award an even greater honour for the recipient."

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