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NeurOmega Review – 8 Things You Need to Know

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

Reviewed by Rebecca Williams, MD, MA, MB, BChir

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Evidence Based | Synopsis | Nutrition Facts | Health Benefits | Precautions | Cost | How To Use | Bottom Line

NeurOmega is a nutritional supplement formulated to provide multiple benefits for its users, benefits which derive from the health enhancing benefits of fish oil. The product focuses on the positive effects the core ingredient exerts on the brain, particularly increased mental acuity, focus, and learning capacity, and reduced probability of neuro-degenerative disorders.The formula contains essential Omega 3 fatty acids, present in large amounts in the fish oil. Other important benefits of the active ingredients are the improvement of health of the skin, nails, hair, heart, and eyes.

The formula was developed by a reputable physician and psychiatrist named Daniel Amen. He is considered one of the world’s leading researchers and practitioners in the field of brain imaging. He is the founder of Amen Clinics, a company that seeks to provide the most advanced nutritional foods along with specialized advice and programs to support consumers in achieving the wanted health. Amen Clinics is located in some of the most important cities in America: Newport Beach, San Francisco, Washington, New York, Atlanta, and Georgia.

NeurOmega is advertised as an effective supplement that helps the cells to rebuild the broken membranes of the cells, assisting the body to maintain normal brain function. By this action, the fish oil prevents brain degeneration and associated disorders like Alzheimer’s disease, memory impairment due to aging, etc.

The formula is created for adults who are interested in preventing the negative effects of aging on their nervous system that reduce cognitive function, memory, thinking, retention capacity, concentration, and focus.


1) NeurOmega at a Glance

NeurOmega is a nutritional supplement based on fish oil. Fish oil is an extract from the tissue of certain species of fish, known as oily fish. It is considered medically useful because it contains large amounts of the omega 3 fatty acids Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).

Both EPA and DHA are essential for normal development and/or functioning of the human brain.
EPA is considered beneficial in the treatment of a broad spectrum of conditions, including depression, psoriasis, and symptoms of menopause, schizophrenia, and Alzheimer’s disease. Further research is still necessary for many of its other uses. Side effects occur rarely and may manifest as nausea, nosebleed, muscle or joint pain, heartburn, or skin rash.DHA has been shown to be essential for normal development of the brain of infants and children in their first months of life. It is used to treat conditions like: ADHD, type 2 diabetes, macular degeneration, and depression. When combined with EPA, it helps prevent and reverse heart disease, asthma, cancer, etc. DHA interacts with medication for high blood pressure and medication that slow blood clothing.

NeurOmega is advertised to lack allergenic substances (gluten, wheat, soy protein, dairy products, corn, yeast, nuts, and tree nuts)or any artificial additives.

Nutrition Facts

2) NeurOmega Nutrition Facts

NeurOmega contains the following ingredients: Natural Marine Lipid Concentrate, EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid), and DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid).

3) What Does NeurOmega Do?

NeurOmega is a nutritional supplement based on a single active ingredient, more exactly fish oil.

Fish oil is available in large amounts in the tissue of small cold-water oily fish such as salmon, herring, mackerel, and sardines. The smaller species are recommended because larger fish may accumulate toxins in their tissue, contaminating the fish oil. It is a known fact that fish doesn’t produce omega-3 fatty acids (present in large amounts in the fish oil) but rather accumulates them through their food: microalgae or other fish.

Fish oil is abundant in two major nutrients: Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). EPA is a polyunsaturated fatty acid, a precursor to DHA used intensely for medical purposes to treat inflammatory and brain-related conditions. Research showed its benefits extend to treating the symptoms of schizophrenia, mood disorders such as depression, and attention disorders including ADHD. DHA is the most abundant fatty acid in the human brain and retina. DHA has been researched as a treatment for ADHD (with the mixed result), Alzheimer’s disease (with positive results), and certain types of cancers. The nutrient is essential for healthy development of the fetus and infants in their first years of life.

The composition excludes wheat, soy protein, gluten, corn, dairy products, yeast, nuts, tree nuts, and any artificial additives. The product is not reviewed by consumers, so it is not possible to determine with precision what the extent of its benefits is, or what potential side effects may occur.

The formula seems to be a classical dietary food based on researched active compounds that were shown to possess the benefits which NeurOmega is claimed to have. The suggested use is of 2 soft-gels daily.

Health Benefits

4) NeurOmega Health Benefits

  • The product has a pleasant lemon flavor (no fishy taste)
  • Low cholesterol levels
  • Good reputation of the creator of the formula

5) Precautions of NeurOmega Use

  • No reviews are available online regarding the product
  • Relatively high price for a month supply (approximately $25)
  • The supplement is not clinically researched

6) NeurOmega Cost

The product is available in bottles 60 soft gels. The price for a month’s supply moderate to high. One bottle contains 30 servings. There is no mentioning about a money-back guarantee on the official product’s site. Online transactions are secured using the Authorize.Net system. The product is available for sale online on the official website, while a 15% discount is offered for people who join the network of consumers (for online purchasing in the Mindworks store – a division of Amen Clinics). Shipping charges are not mentioned; however, they should be disclosed on a direct inquiry. Also, the manufacturer doesn’t seem to offer a free trial period. Very little information is available about the shipping, returning policy, and additional costs involved.

How To Use

7) How to Use NeurOmega

There are no reviews from consumers available on the product.The suggested use is of 2 soft gels daily.

Bottom Line

8) Our Bottom Line

NeurOmega dietary supplement is a formula based on the combination of two essential fatty acids: EPA and DHA, derived from fish oil. There are good chances that this product delivers on its benefit claims.

The formula is advertised to bring benefits on multiple levels. Both active substances are highly researched for their qualities in assisting in the treatment of a wide variety of conditions. However, many of the researches are contradictory or inconclusive. For these claims, additional information is needed. The FDA does not approve the use of dietary supplements for diagnose, treat cure, or prevent any disease, therefore before starting any treatment a healthcare provider should be consulted.

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Mitchell Keynes

Thanks to this formula I am able to concentrate better for my exams and retain a lot more information. Plus, benefits for my heart and vision, which I’m sure I’ll notice later in life.


Omega 3 fatty acids have generally been of a great help to me, I’ve been taking them for over a decade now. This formula is one of the best I have had so far, even if it is a little bit more expensive.

Ronald Cox

I have tried Neuromega Omega 3 Fish oil product as well as your NeuroFuse Brain product. Neither one works in any noticeable way. I would like for you to refund my Purchase Price to 2717 Mount Pleasant Trail, Duluth GA 30097. My phone # is: 770-714-5229 If I haven’t heard back from you by FridaySept 22nd I will have the charges reversed by my Bank! Thank You, Ronald Cox