Q: How does Vivora work?
A: The average American doesn’t get nearly the recommended dose of Omega-3 in their diet for optimal health, and Omega-3 deficiency can lead to problems ranging from chronic fatigue and depression to heart problems and memory loss. Since your body can’t synthesize its own, Omega-3 essential fatty acids must come from food or supplementation. Vivora is a high-potency fish oil blend of EPA and DHA Omega-3 essential fatty acids that supplement your body’s reserves of Omega-3, all the way from your heart to your hair to your hips!
Q: What does Vivora contain?
A: Vivora is a high-potency fish oil blend of EPA and DHA Omega-3 essential fatty acids that may help benefit your heart, brain, eyes, joints, and skin. Each capsule contains 1,000mg of fish oil, with 300mg of EPA and 200mg of DHA. Taken daily, Vivora achieves the industry recommended dosage of Omega-3 for you to experience maximum health benefits.
Q: How do I take Vivora?
A: Take one softgel capsule up to four times daily.
Q: EPA and DHA only make up 500mg of each 1,000mg Vivora capsule. What’s in the rest?
A: Each 1,000mg Vivora fish oil capsule contains 300mg of EPA and 200mg of DHA; the remaining milligrams in the capsule consist of protein and a small amount of calories, fat, sodium, and cholesterol.
Q: How does Vivora compare to other omega fish oil supplements?
A: One way to compare omega fish oil supplements is to look at the Omega-3 content – meaning what percentage of the total milligrams in each capsule is Omega-3. Many of the Omega-3 fish oil supplements sold in grocery stores are as low as 30% Omega-3, or else that don’t contain both EPA and DHA. Since the EPA and DHA Omega-3 in Vivora make up 500mg of each 1,000mg capsule, Vivora has 50% Omega-3 content.
Q: Will Vivora cause “fishy burps” or aftertaste?
A: If you experience a fishy aftertaste or “fishy burps”, try taking Vivora with a meal. Some people find that freezing Omega fish oil pills can help reduce burps.
Q: I read that fish oil pills can have high levels of mercury or other toxins. Is Vivora molecularly distilled to remove these?
A: Many species of fish are known to have high concentrations of toxic chemicals like mercury, PCBs, dioxins, and other heavy metals that can cause serious health problems. Vivora is molecularly distilled to remove these toxins from the fish oil. Additionally, it is wise to choose a supplement that is made from fish that are lower on the food chain, like sardines and anchovies, since they likely have lower concentrations of contaminants. Because of this, Vivora is made from sardine, anchovy, mackerel, salmon, and herring.
Q: Can Vivora replace my cholesterol medication?
A: If you have a serious medical condition like high cholesterol, you should discuss your options with your physician. Vivora is a natural Omega-3 fish oil supplement and is intended to supply your body with the essential fatty acids necessary to promote heart health, joint comfort, brain health, and beautiful skin.
Q: Why take Vivora with other Vianda supplements?
A: It’s no accident that DHA is in all infant formulas and recommended for women who are pregnant or nursing – DHA is one of the most prevalent fats in the brain and retina. EPA is the ingredient in Vivora with powerful heart health benefits. When it comes to your heart, your brain, and your vision, you can’t be too careful. Take Vianda’s other premium supplements to address your personal health concerns, and combined with the overall health benefits of Vivora, you’re well on your way to a happy, healthy lifestyle!
Q: What is Vivora’s return policy?
A: Your Vivora purchase comes with Vianda’s 60 Day Return Policy. If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase you may call Customer Care at 1-866-834-1715 within 60 days of the date of your order to make arrangements to receive a credit on any unopened cycles you return.
Q: Can I get Vivora from my doctor?
A: Currently, Vivora is not available for purchase from your doctor. However, physicians and other healthcare professionals are encouraged to call our Professional Division at 1.800.276.1376 to learn more about Vivora and how to recommend it to patients.