Ascenta Launches Omega-3 + Vitamin D

Atlantic Canadian developer of natural health products, Ascenta, announced today the launch of Nutrasea+D, its latest product innovation.

NutraSea+D combines Ascenta’s award winning and ultra-pure omega-3 fish oil supplement with 1,000 IU of vitamin D3 based on the latest research, all in a delicious tasting apple flavoured liquid. NutraSea+D also contains green tea extract, an ingredient exclusive to Ascenta which provides superior product stability and freshness.

“Excellent studies continue to tell us that omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D are essential for optimal health. Everyone, regardless of age and gender should be obtaining their daily dose through one easy step.” said Dr. Bryce Wylde, a leading authority in natural medicine and nutrition.

Omega-3 fatty acids are “good fats” that are essential for optimal health and should be obtained from the diet as they are not produced by the body. Scientific evidence indicates that omega-3 contributes to a healthy heart, healthy joints and a healthy mind.

Vitamin D3 is responsible for many regulatory functions in the body including bone mineralization and immune system health. Sunlight is the primary source of vitamin D, but given limited sun exposure due to seasons, indoor living habits and the use of sunscreen, up to 40% of people, from children to seniors have been found to be deficient in vitamin D throughout the year.

“Our expertise and strength in R&D allows us to innovate and sustainably develop unique products that contribute to the health and wellbeing of our customers” said Marc St-Onge, president of Ascenta.

Through research and development, Ascenta has created innovative, award-winning natural health products that are backed by science and recommended by top medical institutions worldwide. Ascenta is headquartered in Dartmouth Nova Scotia Canada and its products are sold throughout North America, Europe and Asia.

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