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|March 29, 2013 03:47 PM EDT||
MIAMI, April 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
- OmegafortSCC 4X STRENGTH capsules offer the highest concentration of omega-3 essential fatty acids available without a prescription
- By supporting the body's natural anti-inflammatory response, the ultra-pure formula supports heart and joints to cope with high-intensity training and promotes superior post-workout recovery
- Reebok Crossfit champion Annie Thorisdottir, "the fittest woman in the world," uses and recommends OmegafortSCC 4X STRENGTH
OmegafortSCC and its partner NutriForce Nutrition have just introduced to the U.S. market under the brand name NutriForce SportsOmegafortSCC 1200mg Omega-3 4X STRENGTH, a new nutritional supplement aimed at pro and high-level amateur athletes which promotes superior performance and post-activity recovery. The supplement is also recommended and beneficial for all persons, regardless of level of physical activity.
With 85 percent omega-3, NutriForce Sports OmegafortSCC 1200mg Omega-3 4X STRENGTH is the supplement with one of the world's highest concentrations of essential fatty acids in a single capsule: 1200 mg of omega-3 and more than 1000 mg of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid).
A single NutriForce Sports OmegafortSCC 1200mg Omega-3 4X STRENGTH capsule provides more than 900 mgs more of omega-3, 4 times the quantity, than standard fish-oil capsules. Scientific studies prove that omega-3 ingested in a single 85 percent concentrated format is more effective than the same amount in multiple standard capsules.
High-concentration omega-3 optimally supports the body's natural anti-inflammatory response for proper post-exercise recovery by reducing joint tension and rigidity, promotes optimum heart function during intense physical activity, and defends skin against UV ray exposure.
Annie Thorisdottir, the two-time Reebok Crossfit Games Champion also known as "the fittest woman in the world," uses and recommends NutriForce Sports OmegafortSCC 1200mg Omega-3 4X STRENGTH. In her words: "As a CrossFit athlete I consume a high amount of omega-3 because of its recovery benefits. Sometimes I take 4 or 5 standard fish-oil pills per day just to get to my daily dose. I love that NutriForce Sports Omegafort is so pure I can get the same amount of omega-3 in 1 softgel. That's incredible."
About NutriForce Sports
NutriForce Sports is the first and only complete fitness nutritional supplement line developed specifically for the fitness athlete based on bringing science to the forefront of helping athletes reach maximum performance. Each and every product was developed by our in-house formulation team in conjunction with some of the top Crossfit athletes in the world and perfected through countless pilot batches and product development trials.
Omegafortsccis a nutritional supplement which thanks to the Supercritical Concentration technology used in its manufacture provides a high concentration of omega-3. With a unique formulation, each Omegafortscc quadruple-strength fish oil capsule contains 1,200 mg of Omega-3, one of the highest concentrations available in the U.S. without a prescription.
Omegafortscc 4X STRENGTH fish oil is produced and distributed in the United States under license by NutriForce Nutrition. Omegafortscc quadruple-strength fish oil is sold in the U.S. at Walgreens as well as on http://www.Nutrasource.com.
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