SeaDNA Canada is Vancouver-bound for CHFA West as we bring a little bit of goodness from the East Coast to the West Coast!
This weekend (February 24 and 25) we will proudly showcase our world-class line of Omega-3 products along with our brand-new Seal Jerky.
The Canadian Health Food Association’s health show in Vancouver will see over 750 exhibitors showcase their wares to an educated and experienced crowd of health product experts.
SeaDNA will offer three products at CHFA West:
- Our Omega-3 Seal Oil softgels
- Our Omega-3 Lemon-Flavour Seal Oil
- Our Chipotle, Pepper & Maple Seal Jerky
SEADNA OMEGA-3 SEAL OIL SOFTGELS
Both SeaDNA softgels and our new Lemon-Flavour Seal Oil have the same great properties and are a natural alternative to the often highly concentrated oils that promise artificially increased levels of EPA and DHA.
Why Seal Oil?
1/ Contains DPA:
DPA occurs naturally in few places: Seal Oil and a mother’s breast milk are two. DPA intensifies the benefits of traditional Omega-3’s (DHA and EPA).
2/ 10 X More Effective:
The maximal stimulation of endothelial cell migration by DPA can be achieved using only 1/10 of the required EPA concentration.
3/ Easy to digest:
The mammalian molecular triglyceride structure of the seal is more easily accepted by the human body which means no “fishy burps” and optimal absorption for better results.
SEADNA LEMON- FLAVOUR OMEGA-3 SEAL OIL
More Omega-3 Every Day:
Only 1 teaspoon equals 800mg of DHA+EPA+DPA!
Even Better Absorption:
Seal oil molecules have Omega-3 fats primarily in the sn-1 and sn-3 positions as opposed to the sn-2 position of fish oil. Fats in the sn-3 position are more readily absorbed by the body. In a liquid form seal oil has been shown to promote even faster absorption, leading to greater effectiveness.
Ideal For Kids:
No capsules to swallow and easy to add to the morning juice!
Easy To Incorporate Into Your Daily Routine:
Add it to your smoothie or salad!
SeaDNA SEAL JERKY
The great, natural benefits seal can provide can also be found in our new seal jerky, which we are excited to also offer at CHFA West.
A quick search of the Googles will tell you that a “Superfood” is defined as “a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being.”
They are foods that offer something special. An extra boost from mother nature that separates it from the pack.
SeaDNA Seal Jerky is exactly this. In fact, it might just be the most nutritious jerky option on the market. Check this out:
Our smoky blend of chipotle, pepper & maple compliments the natural taste of the seal to create a high-energy, delicious jerky product that stands alone among its peers for nutrition.
SeaDNA Omega-3 Seal Oil and our natural Seal Jerky are ready to be discovered and experienced as this evolution of a Canadian tradition continues.
SeaDNA Canada will be in Booth 1249 at the Canada Health Food Association’s West Trade Show in Vancouver on February 24th and 25th. The event takes place at the Vancouver Convention Centre West Building with the doors opening at 10 am on Saturday and Sunday.
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