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Herring for the Brain

Av Arctic Nutrition | 16. august 2016

Herring for the Brain Often viewed as inferior to salmon roe, herring roe may be the next breakthrough, writes Nadia Badarudin. We need good fats to nourish our brains. Good fats, Omega-3 fatty acids are vital to ensure that the brain and nervous system function at their optimum level. Article published in the New Straits […]

Straight from the Source

Av Arctic Nutrition | 18. april 2016

Straight from the Source Omega-3 is widely regarded as being useful for remedying aches, pains, and cardiovascular conditions. Ingredients Insights talks to Hogne Hallaråker, CEO of Arctic Nutrition, about the health benefits of the company’s new Romega brand of omega-3 supplements. Article posted in Ingredients Insights. http://www.ingredients-insight.com/contractors/other-ingredients/arctic-nutrition/  

Highly Absorbable Omega-3 from Pristine Source

Av Arctic Nutrition | 27. august 2015

Highly Absorbable Omega-3 from Pristine Source Fish oil as a dietary supplement has seen changes in form and concentration over the years. Looking back, many may remember taking the syrup form while growing up. That was the first generation of fish oil, according to Dr. Rajen, natural health advocate, and columnist. Published by Malaysiakini 27.08.15 […]

Scandinavian Herring Roe Starting to Deliver on Omega-3 Promise

Av Arctic Nutrition | 15. mai 2015

Herring by-products like immature roe are providing a bountiful source for omega-3s in Norway, with research showing strong market potential. The Norwegian Seafood Research Fund (FHF) has begun a project, “Market opportunities for immature roe from North Sea herring (NSH) and Norwegian spring-spawning herring (NSSH)’. Published in Nutra Ingredients 10.05.15 https://www.nutraingredients.com/Article/2015/02/10/Scandinavian-herring-roe-starting-to-deliver-on-omega-3-promise  

New Deal Will Bring Herring Caviar Omega 3 to Malaysia for First Time

Av Arctic Nutrition | 24. september 2013

Omega 3 from herring caviar will find a new market in Southeast Asia following a deal inked last week between Norway’s Arctic Nutrition and Holista Colltech of Malaysia that will see the fatty acid added to its supplements.