Most omega supplements come in the form of capsules or liquid fish oils that are sometimes hard to swallow because of the strong smell and taste. As an alternative to these products, Ora launched a new way for consumers to meet their daily nutrient requirements in a way that's noteworthy for two main reasons.
Ora's Omega-3 Spray comes in the form of a spray bottle, which means that it can be spritzed a few times on food, beverages or straight into the mouth to receive its benefits. As the brand clearly notes on the bottle, it promises no aftertaste because no fish oil is actually used in this vegan supplement. Instead, the plant-based omega-3 product is sustainably sourced from microalgae; on top of this, the spray has a flavor that tastes only of fresh, organic citrus and pineapple.
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Ora's Plant-Based Omega-3 Spray Can Be Added to Food and Beverages
- By: Laura McQuarrieApr 19, 2017