Sunday, 27 July 2014

Oqibo Ninety Day Challenge


Have you tried adding flax seed oil to your smoothie or slurped some straight off the spoon? It doesnt taste too nice does it? No, it doesn't and I hate the taste. I have never gotten used to it, however I do like reaping the benefits of flax seed oil. So when the guys at Oqibo apporached me to try some of their other supplements, I was far more interested in their cleaner, greener Omega Advanced Supplements.

Here's what they say about the Omega Supplement;

A perfectly balanced ratio of Omega 3, 6 and 9 delivering nutrients essential for every day wellbeing.

Wellness on the inside, healthy on the outside.


  • Naturally high in Essential Fatty Acids
  • Helps maintain normal cholesterol levels
  • Plant derived, no fishy odour or aftertaste
  • Cold pressed to help maintain optimum nutritional value

Oqibo Omega Advanced Supplement packs an optimal daily dose of Essential Fatty Acids into every last capsule. Each daily dose delivers a perfectly balanced ratio of Omega 3, 6 and 9, naturally high in Alpha-Linolenic Acid and delivering nutrients essential for everyday wellbeing.

Each individually sealed capsule delivers super fresh, plant derived macronutrition that works with your body to provide a balanced dose of Essential Fatty Acids from fish-free sources. A healthy, happy body and healthy, happy you.

Here's what's in them:

Flaxseed Oil ( each capsule contains Flaxseed Oil 500mg, Containing Alpha-Linolenic Acid 250mg*), Vegetarian Capsule Shell (Glycerol, Modified Corn Starch, Carrageenan, Sodium Cabonate). They are suitable for both vegetarians and vegans.

They are currently priced at £14.95, which I think it reasonable for 90 capsules and while they do offer other products on their site, for my personal taste the supplements are what interests me. This is a company with a great vibe and is also very charitable, I just wish their other items where a bit greener!


So From the first of August I will be taking one capsule a day for 90 days to see how I get on. I will be documenting my progress in a few posts and I hope to see some benefits along the way.

Wish me luck!

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