In the present period of globalization the environment is particularly hard hit by the ecological problems. Tons of gas emitted into the atmosphere, huge garbage patches in the ocean, burned and destroyed forests… This shows that the humanity is using its resourses very irrationally. Remember how many endangered species we have missed over the past 50 years. Your kids and grandchildren will never see Western Black Rhinoceros, Formosan Clouded Leopard and Pinta Island Tortoise

But there is the problem beneath the surface. Living creatures that are hidden from our eyes suffer hardly more than others. We are talking about marine life. The ocean is vast, deep, and poorly studied. Sometimes it seems that this is one large organism with its currents instead of blood vessels, gas exchange instead of breathing, and living creatures instead of internal organs. Humanity enjoys the benefits given to it by the ocean with great pleasure – it gets food, transports cargo, and discards waste. But, like any living organism, the ocean can get sick and now the first symptoms begin to appear.


Gas exchange disturbance

The hydrosphere and atmosphere are constantly in contact with each other, which leads to a huge level of gas exchange.


The ocean has been one of the main sources of oxygen in the atmosphere since ancient times. The air, in turn, saturates the ocean with carbon dioxide and vice versa. Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, the content of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has increased several times, and in in this regard its content in the waters of the oceans has increased. The reduction of the population of sea creatures has rapidly accelerated due to gradual decrease of oxygen level. Changes in the composition of gases entering the ocean directly depend on the volume of livestock production. The animals themselves play a very important role in this. The breathing and digestive activity of millions of livestock around the world makes a significant contribution to air pollution, and, consequently, to the ocean. It is also important that people try to adapt to the needs of livestock cutting down entire woodlands for pastures, which leads to a reduction in the synthesis of oxygen in the atmosphere.


Coastal water pollution.

The contribution of livestock production to ocean pollution is not limited to an increase in carbon dioxide emissions.

Irreparable damage is caused to coastal zones, where for many centuries people have been dumping both their life products and waste from the livestock industry.The people living far from the coast create cesspools, due to which groundwater and, as a result, the ocean itself are polluted. The coastal zones near big cities have become empty. The fish living there are either sick or hopelessly poisoned. We forget that even though the fish do not graze in front of us, it is still an integral part of the diet. When a sick fish gets on our table, the risk of infection increases many times.

Fuel pollution.

The development of transport networks has an enormous impact on our lives.


Our supermarkets always have tropical mangoes, straight from Indonesia, Australian Angus meat, and fresh Japanese mackerel. It’s due entirely to the trade shipping. But you always pay for what you get. Merchant ships and fuel carriers make a huge contribution to ocean pollution . Accidents on oil tankers pose a real threat to the biosphere, and fish have not lived along trade routes for a long time. Any kind of sea transport very seriously pollutes the water cover. These are both by-products of fuel combustion and noise pollution. Large marine mammals, such as whales, can die in collisions with ships. If we let an innocent giant die for our comfort, is that not genocide?

Commercial fishing

The real scourge of the oceans today is fishing. Unlike the oil industry it is mostly self-regulating and makes much more damage to the ocean..


At the peak of the industrial revolution, the humanity lost control of its needs for fish and seafood, which led to a significant reduction in populations. The biosphere of the oceans is recovering significantly slower than it is being destroyed, so now it is fish that are at risk of extinction. The annual commercial production of fish and seafood reaches 130 million tons! Add to this the destruction of habitats, the reduction of oxygen levels in the ocean, and other factors – and you get a situation on the verge of ecological disaster.
It is time for humanity to correct the mistakes of the past. Everyone can contribute to the preservation of the environment, the stabilization of the ecological situation and the salvation of many inhabitants of our planet. We try to make our best contribution with our innovative product: Rich in Omega 3
Many people know that our body cannot function properly without a sufficient amount of fatty acids.. We can get them mainly from marine food. The easiest and most natural way is to eat oily ocean fish. Each person should eat a portion of such fish at least several times a week. Since not everyone can afford to eat fresh fish several times a week, the humanity invented fish oil, a supplement containing the necessary dosage of omega fatty acids. It is made from the liver of the same ocean fish. Due to the high demand, the number of fish of fatty breeds decreases every year. Thanks to the production of Omega 3 supplements from algae, a natural source of fatty acids, we reduce commercial fishing .


The production of Omega 3 from algae has several advantages.


Firstly, it is a sustainble natural source. The algae can be compared to the grass. They grow under almost any conditions. Despite the fact that algae are abundant in the ocean, we are creating eco farms where we grow the necessary amount of it. Thus, we not only do not reduce the amount of algae in nature, but also increase it. It saves the ocean life, it saves the fish and it is clean from ocean pollution.
Secondly, the algae are absolutely hypoallergenic and non-toxic. Unlike fish, which can swallow a piece of poisonous plastic, or oil products that are deposited in its body and inevitably fall into your plate, algae that is grown in controlled environment do not accumulate harmful substances, but feed mainly on photosynthesis. We also take control of compliance with the standards for the content of harmful substances. Algae growth is controlled from beginning to end, so there is no need to worry about the safety of the product.
The source of Omega 3 also matters. Unlike the fish oil, the algae supplements don’t have a strong taste or odor. This greatly facilitates the intake and eliminates undesirable side effects such as bad breath or gag reflex. Even children and pregnant women, for whom the content of Omega 3 in the diet is especially important, can take supplements, even though we always recommend to consult with your doctor before you use it if you are pregnant.

And finally, it should be noted that Rich in Omega 3 is a 100% vegan product. If you start a plant-based diet, additional Omega 3 intake becomes vital. Many vegans solve the problem by eating vegetable oils and grains, but the concentration of fatty acids in them is several times lower than in a similar portion of Rich In Omega 3. Our product can be a lifesaver for your body. You don’t have to worry – no living creature was harmed during the production of our product.
There is an opinion that the algae is the food of the future. More and more people understand that the presence of a large amount of meat in the diet is extremely harmful to the body. Grain crops alone are not enough to produce all the necessary elements and minerals, so it is algae that has the greatest potential for conscious humanity in the future. Algae farms do not require the destruction of the biosphere, they do not affect human habitats, and they also produce much-needed oxygen into the atmosphere. Rich in Omega 3 contributes to a happy and conscious future in which people live in complete harmony with nature.