Introducing Batch Tracking for Dynamic Krill Oil: A New Era of Transparency and Quality

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Head shot close up portrait happy elderly senior woman looking at camera, holding glass of fresh water and pill. Smiling mature grandmother taking vitamins, enjoying daily healthcare habit at home

At Stonehenge Health, we understand the importance of taking supplements and knowing exactly where they come from and their benefits. 

That’s why we’re excited to announce an innovative new feature for Dynamic Krill Oil, one of our most popular products: batch tracking

Starting March 22, 2024, every new bottle shipped of Dynamic Krill Oil now includes an industry-leading traceability feature on the label. 

You can now verify our sourcing transparency by scanning the QR code and entering the batch number printed on the bottle. This will allow you to locate where your krill oil originated in the pristine waters of the Antarctic Ocean.

Trace Your Krill; Trust Your Source

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With our new batch tracking feature, every bottle of Dynamic Krill Oil opens up a story—the story of where and how we source our high-quality krill. 

This feature is more than a tool; it’s a window into our dedication to transparency, quality, and the health of our customers. 

You deserve to know more about the products you choose for your health, and we’re here to provide that information clearly and honestly.

Here’s how it works:

Step 1: Find your batch number

Dynamic Krill Oil bottle

Every bottle of Dynamic Krill has a batch number printed on the label.

Step 2: Visit our website

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Scan the QR code printed on the bottle with your smartphone or visit our website’s Dynamic Krill Oil product page. 

Scroll down until you see the batch number tool. It will display the current batch number highlighted in yellow and a map of the Antarctic Ocean.

Step 3: Enter your bottle’s batch number

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Type in the batch number from your bottle and click the red “Display Location” button. A pin will appear from the exact spot in the ocean where the krill in your bottle was harvested.

Our Commitment to Transparency

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Transparency in the ingredient sourcing process is not just a policy at Stonehenge Health; it’s our promise to you. 

You have the right to know exactly what you’re putting into your body and where it comes from. 

Our new krill source batch tracking feature for Dynamic Krill Oil embodies this belief, offering unparalleled insight into the journey from sea to bottle. 

This level of transparency ensures that our customers can trust the quality and efficacy of our products, reinforcing our commitment to health, well-being, and ethical sourcing.

Why Ingredient Quality Matters

Krill Oil in gel capsules

In a market flooded with health supplements, the quality of ingredients differentiates the beneficial from the ineffectual. 

High-quality ingredients mean better absorption, more potent health benefits, and fewer contaminants. 

For krill oil, this means sourcing the krill in pristine waters, minimizing exposure to pollutants, and maximizing the natural benefits of Omega-3s.

The Essential Benefits of Omega-3s

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Omega-3 fatty acids are fundamental to our health, playing a vital role in your health, including: 

• Supporting heart, brain, and eye health*

• Helping maintain healthy joints*

• Neutralizing free radicals via the antioxidant astaxanthin*

We invite you to experience the difference that true quality and transparency can make. Visit the product page today, enter the batch number of your new bottle’s label of Dynamic Krill Oil, and discover the origin of your krill. (Valid on new products shipped after March 22, 2024. You can still test the feature using the provided batch number to see how it works.)

It’s not just about knowing you’re taking a supplement rich in Omega-3s; it’s about choosing a product that stands for quality, integrity, and health.

Stonehenge Health is more than a supplement company; we’re your partner in the journey towards a healthier life. 

Our commitment to quality, transparency, and customer well-being is at the heart of everything we do. 

Trust us to be your guide in the world of supplements, where every ingredient is sourced with care, and every product is made with your health in mind.

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Unlocking the mystery of Omega-3s: Essential fats explained

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older man taking his supplements

Let’s unravel the secrets of one of nature’s most powerful nutrients…

Omega-3 fatty acids, the unsung heroes of dietary fats, stand at the forefront of health science, offering a treasure trove of benefits that seem almost too good to be true. 

Imagine a single nutrient capable of bolstering heart health, sharpening your brainpower, assisting your vision, ensuring the agility of your joints, and acting as a guardian against the invisible threats that free radicals pose to our cells. 

In this blog post, we’re embarking on a journey to explore how these essential fats work their magic, the science behind their health benefits, and how you can easily incorporate them into your life. 

Get ready to be amazed by the profound impact that omega-3s can have on your well-being, and unlock the mystery of how these essential fats can transform your health in ways you never thought possible.

Let’s get started. 

What are Omega-3 fatty acids?

Omega 3 rich foods

Omega-3 fatty acids are super special helpers for your body, like superheroes for your health! Imagine you have a team of tiny heroes traveling through your body, fighting off bad guys like sickness and keeping your heart, brain, and eyes strong and happy. These heroes are called Omega-3s.

There are three main types of these superhero Omega-3s:

ALA (Alpha-linolenic acid): This one comes from plants. Think of eating seeds like flaxseeds or walnuts and green, leafy vegetables. ALA is like the base hero that can turn into other types of heroes your body needs.

EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid): This hero is found in fish and seafood. EPA is great at fighting swelling, which is the body’s way of getting swollen or irritated by bad guys.

DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid): Also found in fish and seafood, DHA is critical for your brain and eyes, ensuring they work their best and stay sharp.

In simple terms, omega-3 fatty acids are essential fats your body needs but can’t make on its own. That means we have to get them from what we eat. They’re like power-ups that help keep different parts of our body working well, supporting everything from our mood to how well we can see and think.

Why are they called Omega-3 fatty acids?

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Imagine you have a long train made of tiny building blocks. Now, this train is a special kind of fat that’s really good for you, called an omega-3 fatty acid. The reason it’s called “omega-3” is because of the way the train is put together.

If you start counting the building blocks from the end of the train at the caboose and move towards the front, you’ll find something special about the third block. This third block has a special hook or connection that makes omega-3s different from other fats. Because this unique thing happens at the third block from the end, we call it “omega-3.”

The “special hook” in the third block from the end is not just a trivial detail; it’s a fundamental aspect of why omega-3 fatty acids are so beneficial for health. It sets them apart from other types of fats and underlies many of their health-promoting properties.

Can you survive without Omega-3 fatty acids?

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No, you can’t really thrive without Omega-3 fatty acids. Think of Omega-3s as essential tools in your body’s toolkit. Just like a builder needs a hammer and nails to create a strong house, your body needs Omega-3s to build and maintain a healthy you.

With these superhero nutrients, your body can benefit from critical health benefits. 

So, while you might survive without Omega-3s for a while, your body wouldn’t be at its best. It’s like trying to use a smartphone with a really low battery; it might still work, but not nearly as well as when it’s fully charged. Including Omega-3s in your diet is a smart move for your body to thrive and for you to feel your best.

While the absence of omega-3 fatty acids is not immediately life-threatening, a deficiency could lead to significant health issues over time.

What do Omega-3 fatty acids do for your health?

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Here’s why they are super important to your overall health

Heart: They help keep your heart healthy by lowering bad fat levels in your blood and increasing good fat levels. They can also help lower high blood pressure and make it less likely that you will have heart problems.

Brain: Omega-3s can make you feel happier and less anxious. They are also good for your brain’s health, helping you remember things better and think clearly.

Eyes: They are important for your eyesight. Omega-3 fat helps keep the eyes healthy.

Bones and joints: Omega-3s can help strengthen your bones and make your joints move more smoothly.

Sleep: They can help you sleep better. Good sleep is important for your overall health.

Skin: Omega-3s keep your skin healthy by making it soft, moist, and smooth. They can also help reduce wrinkles and acne.

As you can see, Omega-3s help nearly every aspect of your body.

Where can you get Omega-3 fatty acids?

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Luckily, there are a ton of ways for you to get Omega-3s into your body.

Fatty fish: This is one of the best sources of EPA and DHA, two important Omega-3 fatty acids. Examples include salmon, mackerel, sardines, herring, and trout.

Seafood: Besides fatty fish, other seafood like oysters, mussels, and shrimp also contain Omega-3s, though in smaller amounts compared to the fatty fish above.

Flaxseeds and flaxseed oil: These are rich in ALA, another type of Omega-3 fatty acid. Flaxseeds can be added to foods like yogurt, salads, or smoothies.

Chia seeds: Like flaxseeds, chia seeds are a good plant-based source of ALA and can be easily incorporated into various dishes.

Hemp seeds: Another small but powerful source of ALA Omega-3s.

Walnuts: Walnuts are another plant-based source of ALA and can be eaten as a snack or added to different recipes.

Soybeans and soy products: Soybeans and soy-based foods like tofu and tempeh contain ALA and are a good option for vegetarians and vegans.

Eggs: Depending on the hens’ diet, some eggs are fortified with Omega-3s. Look for eggs labeled as containing Omega-3 fatty acids.

Krill oil supplements: Krill (small, shrimp-like crustaceans from the ocean) have been a food source since the 19th century. Today, rather than eating the krill themselves, the oil is extracted, refined, and put into an easy-to-swallow softgel capsule.

Are you getting enough Omega-3 fatty acids?

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As important as they are for your health, your body cannot produce Omega-3 fatty acids on its own. Eating fish daily or taking krill oil supplements can help ensure you’re getting enough of these important fats.

According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), many Americans could benefit from higher intakes of Omega-3s.1

If eating more fish, flaxseed, walnuts, eggs, and soy isn’t on the menu, and if you’re among the many who should increase their intake of Omega-3s, Dynamic Krill Oil from Stonehenge Health is the answer for you. 

Sourced from the pure waters of the Antarctic Ocean, Dynamic Krill Oil is an essential supplement for your health and well-being. 

Give your body the help it needs by including Dynamic Krill Oil in your daily routine to support your heart, brain, and eye health while maintaining healthy joints and neutralizing free radicals.*

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