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The global omega 3 supplements market size is expected to reach a value of USD 57.06 billion by 2025. It is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of over 6.0% during the forecast period. The market is majorly driven by exponential demand for dietary supplements from developed and developing economies. Increasing awareness regarding weight loss, balanced diet, and daily calorie monitoring are the key growth drivers.

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Furthermore, rising consciousness regarding the importance of omega 3 supplements owing to high prevalence of heart diseases within emerging economies such as China and India is expected to drive demand for omega 3 supplements in near future.

Asia Pacific is expected to emerge as the fastest growing market for omega 3 supplements. Japan is one of the largest sardine fishing countries, which is expected to propel regional growth in near future.

Key players analyzed:
• Nordic Naturals Inc.
• Now Foods
• Nutrigold Inc.
• Reckitt Benckiser Group plc
• Pharma Nord B.V.
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#VitaminE Market: Global Market Size, Industry Share, Approaches and Forecast 2015-2022, Credence Research

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Emerge Supplements wants to send you to Hawaii for 8 days/7 nights.   Come join us on our facebook page to be entered in the drawing. 
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Tabitha Smith, the #1 international distributor of Omegalina is partnering with Jennifer Bowman of Vision Equine LLC to create Emerge Supplements Inc.  Emerge Supplements Inc. will bring you the same high quality Camelina sativa oil supplements that you enjoyed under the Omegalina name.  Your horses will see improved shine, performance and body condition using Emerge EQ, while your dogs will enjoy similar benefits from the Emerge K9 formula.  Emerge Supplements is dedicated to bringing you the highest quality all natural supplements at an affordable price while providing the highest quality customer service.  

There has already been much research on the health benefits of the essential Omega-3 fatty acids for horses, canines and humans.  The Camelina oil in Emerge EQ contains up to 45% of the  Omega-3 fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid (ALA),  and has a 3:1 ratio of Omega-3 to Omega-6 fatty acids.  This favorable ratio of Omega-3 fatty acids helps promote the production of anti-inflammatory compounds which has been proven to help improve your horses health in a variety of ways.  Camelina oil is also naturally high in the antioxidant Vitamin E.  The Vitamin E not only serves as an antioxidant source for your horse, but it stabilizes the oil and gives it a longer shelf life than other products like flax oil.  All of this combines to makes Emerge EGQ an idea natural source of Omega-3’s and antioxidants for your horses.  Most of our clients see results within 3 weeks with only an ounce a day.

Tabitha & Emerge Supplements Inc. thank you for your support, and we look forward to serving you and your horses for years to come!
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Jonathan and Janina Gauthier know quality when they see it regardless of if it is horses or supplements. It is no surprise that they have chosen to be a part of the Emerge EQ. Thank you for your trust in us at Emerge Supplements to providing you with an amazing product for your horses.
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One attraction that lead me to try this supplement was the natural plant based source for Omega 3-6-9 as well as natural vitamin E
I have 4 stallions who do not get regular pasture turnout for their omegas so I put all my 'boys' on trial with the supplement.
I love the results,with improvement in their coats and overall energy and body condition...and..The 'boys'love the taste of this great natural product making it easy to feed.
  ~ Heather Lippert
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We our so excited about our new product.   Let me tell you a little bit about one of our ingredients ~  Cold Pressed Camelina Sativa Seed Oil

HISTORY
of Camelina.
Camelina (Camelina sativa L.) is native from Finland to Romania and east to the Ural Mountains. It was first cultivated in northern Europe during the Bronze Age. The seeds were crushed and boiled to release oil for food, medicinal use, and lamp oil. It is still a relatively common weed in much of Europe, known as false flax or gold-of- pleasure.
Although it was widely grown in Europe and Russia until the 1940s, camelina was largely displaced by higher-yielding crops after World War II. Its decline in Europe was accelerated by farm subsidy programs that favored the major commodity grain and oilseed crops.
EM 8953-E • January 2008
In recent years, camelina production has increased somewhat due to heightened interest in vegetable oils high in omega-3 fatty acids (a principle component of camelina oil). Very little plant breeding or crop production improvement has been done on camelina, so the full potential of this crop has not yet been explored.
Camelina Oil
Here are some of the USES
of Camelina Sativa Seed Oil.

Camelina oil can be used in both edible and industrial products. Reported seed oil content ranges from 29 to 41 percent. There is considerable variation in oilseed content among camelina plants from wild collections and old European varieties, and varieties with higher oilseed content are under development.

Because camelina oil is relatively high in omega-3 fatty acids and low in saturated fatty acids, camelina is considered a high-quality edible oil. The oil also contains gamma tocopherol (vitamin E), which acts as an antioxidant and increases the stability and shelf life of camelina oil compared to other omega-3 oils. The erucic acid (22:1) content of many camelina oil samples is higher than the maximum allowed in canola oil (2 percent), but camelina breeding lines have been identified that have no erucic acid, and lower erucic acid lines are being developed.

Camelina is being marketed in Europe in salad dressing and as cooking oil (it is not suitable as a deep-fat fry oil). It is also used in cosmetics, skin care products, soaps, and soft detergents. The oil has been used successfully as an adjuvant in agricultural spraying applications and is suitable for biodiesel.

Camelina meal is low in glucosinolates, and has been used in animal feed rations. Camelina meal is similar to soybean meal, with 45 to 47 percent crude protein and 10 to 11 percent fiber.

Since camelina oil and meal are relatively new food and feed ingredients, there are no current commercial uses approved for camelina or any camelina products in the United States. Camelina meal is currently undergoing tests to receive FDA approval for animal feeding in this country. The initial approval process should be completed in 2008. Initial animal feeding trials with camelina meal show increases in omega-3 levels in animal products.

Emerge Supplements is very excited to be working with only the TOP of the line Camelina Sativa Seed Oil to bring you Emerge EQ.

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