Disclaimer: This post has been sponsored by Ahiflower, but all opinions are my own.
Did you know that this month is National Joint Month and also National Vegetarian Month?
Last month I introduced you to Ahiflower® oil. Ahiflower is a great way to make sure you are getting your omegas. It’s also the perfect daily omega supplement option for vegetarians and vegans because it’s 100% plant-based!
I know people usually think of flax when it comes to a healthy omega source, but I am here to tell you that Ahiflower is better than flax and not from fish! Ahiflower converts up to 4 times more efficiently to omega-3 EPA than flaxseed oil (therefore you take less). And another added bonus is that it is clean tasting so there is no fishy taste, smell or fishy burps!
Ahiflower oil is a non-GMO nutritional supplement that delivers an unparalleled combination of essential omega 3-6-9. It starts with the Ahiflower crop that is grown in the UK by a community of independent farmers and processed. From there, the crude oil is sent to Prince Edward Island where the oil is refined.
Currently, Ahiflower is available in vegan soft-gels and liquid oil. It will soon be used as a fortified ingredient in some foods as well.
A few facts about Ahiflower:
- It’s sustainable. The plant itself is a healthy habitat for bees and butterflies. (About 2 acres of Ahiflower produces as much more omega-rich oil as 40,000 sardines!)
- It’s clinically tested. Unlike flax and fish, Ahiflower oil contains GLA (gamma-linolenic acid), an essential omega-6 fatty acid associated with skin health, hormonal balance, and healthy inflammation response benefits.has a cleaner taste and no funky smell like fish oil has.
- It’s traceable. Growers have to follow strict guidelines to maintain identity preservation. This means you can trace an entire batch of Ahiflower oil back to where is was grown.
Ahiflower is going to offer (2) 3-month supplies to lucky readers. Open to US, Canada, UK, Scandinavia and Europe! To enter, simply signup for their newsletter here. Winner will be notified via email. Good luck!