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OmegaMe Prenatal

DHA and EPA omega‑3 fatty acids from fish and vitamin D3

One capsule contains:

  • 700 mg of DHA and 100 mg of EPA
  • 2000 IU of vitamin D
99,00 PLN
60 capsules  — 60 days’ supply
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What makes the OmegaMe Prenatal dietary supplement special?

very high DHA content

The OmegaMe Prenatal dietary supplement contains as much as 700 mg of DHA and 100 mg of EPA from fish in a single capsule.

2000 IU of vitamin D in one capsule

Just one capsule of the OmegaMe Prenatal a day is enough to provide 2000 IU of vitamin D3.

convenient form

The convenient softgel capsule is easy to swallow and does not have the characteristic fish oil flavor.

pure composition confirmed by studies

The OmegaMe Prenatal dietary supplement contains no unnecessary fillers, preservatives, or colorants. Its purity and freedom from contaminations and heavy metals have been confirmed in tests conducted by an independent, accredited laboratory: J.S. Hamilton Poland.

What you need to know

Recommended intake

OmegaMe Prenatal

1 capsule a day





Find out the ingredients in OmegaMe Prenatal dietary supplement

Table of active ingredients
OmegaMe Prenatal In 1 capsule RI* IU**
Fish oil, providing 1000 mg
DHA 700 mg
EPA 100 mg
Vitamin D 50 µg 1000% (2000 IU**)
*RI — Reference Intake **IU — International Unit

Expert opin

EPA and DHA omega‑3 fatty acids for mums and pregnant women

The OmegaMe Prenatal dietary supplement contains as much as 700 mg of DHA. It is an important component of brain cells, responsible for the healthy development of this organ. When consumed by the mother, it positively affects the development of the brain both in the fetus and in breast‑fed children.

During the pregnancy, this ingredient reaches the fetus through the placenta. Later, it also passes into the mother’s milk. Therefore, the demand for the DHA omega‑3 fatty acid in pregnant and breastfeeding women is increased.

Paulina Ihnatowicz

A nutritionist specializing in clinical and sports nutrition; the author of the book “Masz to we krwi” [It’s in your blood] with 10 years of experience, more than 1000 patients, and hundreds of trainings and presentations

Paulina Ihnatowicz

There are no miracles. Only science.

At present, the PubMed database contains over 4950 scientific study results demonstrating the effectiveness of omega‑3 fatty acids. Here are some of them:

Frequently asked questions

How was the ratio of DHA and EPA acids in the OmegaMe Prenatal calculated?

Has the OmegaMe Prenatal dietary supplement been tested?

Why should pregnant and breastfeeding women take omega‑3 acids?

What other Health Labs Care products can be taken with OmegaMe Prenatal?

Are there any contraindications to taking OmegaMe Prenatal?

Can I take the OmegaMe dietary supplement if I also take fish oil?

After taking OmegaMe Prenatal, I experience “fish burps” — can I do anything about that?

When should I take the OmegaMe Prenatal dietary supplement — before, after, or with a meal?

What is the 25‑hydroxy vitamin D blood test recommended when taking OmegaMe Prenatal?