ocean-friendly omega

the earth-conscious way to supplement with omega-3s

Youtheory's ocean-friendly omega provides DHA and EPA essential fatty acids from algae oil, a more sustainable source of omega-3s that doesn't rely on wild caught fish.

If we all made the switch to plant-based omega-3s, we could save up to 22 million tons of fish and 60,000 whales and sharks annually.

Making the switch is easy; afterall, if fish get their omega-3s from algae, why shouldn't we?






of the earth's surface is covered by water

which encompasses countless ecosystems supporting marine life below the surface.

At youtheory® we believe in total wellness, which includes not just your wellbeing but also the wellbeing of our planet. The youtheory® ocean-friendly omega upholds this belief by providing you with a vegan source of omega-3 essential fatty acids. 

the importance of omega-3s

Omega-3s are essential fatty acids, meaning our bodies cannot produce them on their own and must be acquired through food or supplementation.

Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) are two Omega-3s that contribute to healthy triglyceride levels to help maintain cardiovascular health. Sufficient intake of EPA and DHA also contributes to overall health by helping support your body's brain, eye and heart functions.

helps support heart health*

helps support brain health*

helps support eye health*

A Cleaner, Safer, More Sustainable Source

When it comes to getting the recommended daily dose of Omega-3 fatty acids, many people turn to fish as their primary source. However, sourcing Omega-3 from fish can come with several drawbacks, including environmental concerns and potential health risks. 

That's why we recommend sourcing Omega-3 from algal oil instead. Algae is the original source of Omega-3, and it is where fish get their Omega-3 content in the first place. By skipping the middleman (or middle-fish, in this case), you can get all the benefits of Omega-3 without the negative consequences.

Not only is algal oil a more sustainable and environmentally friendly option, but it is also a safer source of Omega-3. Fish can be contaminated with pollutants like mercury and PCBs, which can be harmful to human health. Algal oil, on the other hand, is free from these contaminants, making it a cleaner and safer source of Omega-3.

So if you're looking for a better way to get your Omega-3, consider switching to algal oil. A cleaner, safer, and more sustainable option provides all the same nutritional benefits!

healthy heart, healthy mind, healthy ocean

Join youtheory® in our effort to improve wellness both above and below the surface.