Saturday, June 13, 2020

Wiley's Finest® CatchFree™ Vegan Omega-3 Liquid Supplement Review

Wiley’s Finest makes a vegan non-GMO Omega 3 Liquid Supplement. 

Why is it important that it's vegan even to those that are meat eaters? Because some of the Omega 3 supplements are not, and they leave a fish flavor in your mouth.

This Omega 3 supplement actually has a mango flavor. It can be mixed with water. 


It came inside a box, wrapped up in bubble wrap, and the lid had plastic on it.

I love that they fill the bottle up! So much waited packaging, but not with Wiley's Finest.

The packaging looks great, but is a bit hard to read. It's hard to determine how much to give. I wish it came with a dropper that said how many drops = a dose.

Smoothie Time:

We usually have a smoothie each morning. Since I've lost my job, for the time being we're laying low and having a big tall glass of water most mornings.

Guess what? It's berry season. So we have free strawberries and free June berries. We also have lots of kale. Smoothie time renewed. Our smoothie this morning had drops of Wiley's Finest® CatchFree™ Vegan Omega-3 Liquid Supplement, berries, banana, kale, ice and milk.

Where to buy Wiley's Finest® CatchFree™ Vegan Omega-3 Liquid Supplement:

Check them out on Amazon, there’s a coupon right now it is on Prime, for $34.85 save $2.00 with the coupon they have.

One daily dose of 1 teaspoon of vegan omega-3 delivers:

  • 2,300mg of total omega-3s
  • 500mg DHA fatty acids
  • 5mg EPA fatty acids
  • 1,300mg ALA fatty acids
  • Vitamin D3

Omega-3s, EPA and DHA are well known to support a wide range of health benefits, including*:

  • A healthy heart and strong life for women and men for men 
  • Long-term vision care 
  • Softer, wrinkle-free skin
  • Enhanced memory, better concentration and sharper focus
  • Flexible joints and better mobility
  • A stronger immune system so you can look and feel your best

Would you add Wiley's Finest® CatchFree™ Vegan Omega-3 Liquid Supplement to water, or put it in a smoothie?

Disclaimer: I got this product for free, in exchange for an honest review. This company did not tell me what to write. *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Theresa Mahoney said...

That's a great idea to put it in smoothies. My berries aren't ripe here yet, but thankfully store bought ones have been fairly inexpensive this season so far.

mail4rosey said...

I like that there are no fishy burps because those are the worst. We just got stuff to make smoothies here!


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