• Decreases Eye Inflammation
  • Relieves Dry Itchy Eyes
  • Promotes Tear Production
  • Reduces C-Reactive Protein Levels


  • Triglyceride Omega-3
  • Lutein
  • Omega-7
  • Vitamin D3

Triglyceride Omega-3

Triglyceride Omega-3

Sourced from wild caught Alaskan Pollock a Certified Sustainable Fishery for over 38 years. Our fish are then processed within hours and then purified to the highest level of purity in the triglyceride form ensuring 70% better bioabsorption than “drug store” ethyl ester alcohol fish oils.

Since inflammation is one of the key factors which play a role in the prevalence of dry eye syndrome, many researchers have begun to look deeper into the effect that fish oils might have upon sufferers of this disorder. The long-chain omega-3 fatty acids in fish oils, have been linked to the reduction of inflammation in a number of different ways. In fact, considerable research show that the acids in fish oils: docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) can improve the condition of various eye disorders, particularly macular degeneration. Only triglyceride based Omega-3 can give you up to 70% better absorption than standard “supermarket” fish oil supplements


Triglyceride Omega-3

Sourced from the Marigold plant the average American consumes only 1mg daily far below the recommended daily dose to support vision health. It’s clinically shown to reduce the risk of developing Macular Degeneration and Cataracts by 57% and 36% respectively.

Lutein is known as the 'eye vitamin'. It’s a naturally-occurring carotenoid that can be found in a number of vegetables and fruits, as well as egg yolks. It’s found commonly within the macula in the eye, with smaller amounts located around the optic nerve, lens, and retina. Alongside other high-potency antioxidant substances, lutein can help with blocking out blue light which has been proven to cause damage to the eyes.


Triglyceride Omega-3

Omega-7 works as a signaling molecule that is complimentary to Omega-3 and enhances the function of mucous membranes and improves dry eye symptoms. It’s also clinically proven to reduce C Reactive Protein (CRP) a marker of inflammation in the blood important due to the correlation of Dry Eye Disease and inflammation.

Scientists at Harvard Medical School and the Cleveland Clinic have been investigating a unique fatty acid that has not yet caught on in the mainstream. This novel fatty acid called omega-7 can help break the cycle of high blood sugar, elevated lipid levels, inflammation, and excess fat gain as well as enhance insulin sensitivity.

Vitamin D3

Triglyceride Omega-3

Three quarters of U.S. Teens and Adults are deficient in Vitamin D3. Significant anti-inflammatory properties ideally paired with a lipid – such as Omega-3 for best absorption.

Vitamin D is the sunshine vitamin. Our body produces it naturally when it is exposed to the ultraviolet rays of the sun. The vitamin’s primary responsibility is to enable the body to absorb calcium and phosphorous. We now know that the vitamin is responsible for many other things as well, and almost every cell in the body – including the cells of the eyes – has a vitamin D receptor.

Sustainable Fish Sources

Fully Sustainable & Traceable

Our omega-3 fish oils are refined from wild-caught Alaska Pollock sourced from the cold, pure waters of Alaska's Bering Sea. Our supplier is a family owned and operated NSF-certified facility, recognized by the Marine Stewardship Council for their holistic approach to ensure the continued health of the Alaska Pollock fish stocks. For over 38 years, their careful monitoring, responsible catch restrictions and sustainable fishing practices have kept the Alaskan Pollock population healthy, robust and growing