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Biotest Flameout Fish Oil
Biotest Flameout
Biotest Flameout
Flameout®

Flameout®

Super-Concentrated DHA/EPA Fish Oil
90 Softgels
Regular price $39.99
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Flameout® Inflammation Scavenger contains the most potent and purest DHA and EPA triglycerides. These Omega-3 fatty acids are highly concentrated from fish oil, purified by molecular distillation, and stringently tested for PCBs, dioxins, mercury, and other heavy-metal contaminates. Flameout® fish oil is self-emulsifying, making it better absorbed and virtually odorless with no aftertaste. And it's double or triple the potency of most fish oil.*

Most Potent and Purest DHA and EPA Triglycerides*

Flameout® Benefit

Reduces Natural
Systemic Inflammation*

Flameout® Benefit

Supports
Cardiovascular Health*

Flameout® Benefit

Improves Nutrient
Uptake in Muscle*

  • Decreases natural systemic inflammation*
  • Supports cardiovascular health*
  • Decreases muscle soreness and pain from exercise*
  • Boosts metabolic rate burning more fat*
  • Increases insulin sensitivity*
  • Boosts mood and promotes feelings of well-being*
  • Supports lean mass and muscle gains*
  • Switches the body to prefer burning fat over glycogen*
  • Increases leptin decreasing appetite and cravings*
  • Boosts cellular (mitochondrial) energy consumption*

Men Need A Better Fish Oil

Fatty acid supplements typically contain more EPA than DHA. Why? Because fish naturally contain more EPA than DHA. That's fine for females because the biosynthesis of DHA is a lot higher in women than it is in men.* DHA reduces triglycerides and blood pressure, and according to at least one study, increases HDL (the good cholesterol) by a whopping 29%. In contrast, EPA decreases HDL by 6.7%.*

The problem is men have a much higher risk of heart disease. Men also have lower amounts of DHA, despite eating the same amount of fatty acids as women. As such, men need more DHA than EPA.* Flameout® fish oil is still an excellent choice for women, but unlike other omega-3 supplements, it's formulated specifically for the physiology needs of men.*

250% More DHA

Flameout® fish oil contains 250% more DHA than EPA. Here are the amounts per dose:*

  • DHA 2200 mg
  • EPA 880 mg

Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA)

Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) stimulates fat burning, decreases fat storage, and reduces body fat when taken in sufficient amounts.* It also significantly reduces natural inflammation by inhibiting COX-2. Learn More

Omega-3 DHA-Rich Fish Oil

Omega-3 DHA-rich fish oil is an extra-potent blend of DHA, EPA, and CLA for improving cardiovascular health and reducing systemic inflammation.* The formula contains 250% more DHA. DHA has distinct advantages over EPA decreasing triglycerides and blood pressure and increasing HDL (the good cholesterol).* Learn More

SUPPLEMENT FACTS

Servings Size 4 Softgels
Servings Per Container ~23

Amount Per Serving % Daily Value

Calories 50

Total Fat 6 g 2%†

Protein 1 g

Fish Oil (triglyceride form) 5.5 g

DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) Included 2.2 g

EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) Included 880 mg

CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) t10,c12 175 mg

CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) c9,t11 175 mg

† Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
‡ Daily Value not established.

Ingredients: Molecularly distilled concentrated fish oil (triglyceride form from anchovy, sardine, Atlantic menhaden, skipjack tuna, yellowfin tuna, Alaska pollock), gelatin (bovine), glycerin (from palm oil), conjugated linoleic acid, water, polysorbate 80.

  • Take four softgels per day with food.

Can I take all four softgels at once, or can I divide them up?

Taking the softgels with food is the important thing. Some users take one softgel with every meal and a snack, while others take all four at once, usually with their largest meal.

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DL
11/17/2022
Don L.
United States

Flameout FTW!

As far as Fish oils go, this is the gold standard if it was only for the "no fish burps" I tried freezing and taking with meals the other guys. Flameout is where it's at. My joints feel better, chronic tendonitis is better, and I swear I recover faster from the brutal leg days and deadlift days! Flameout is always in my supplement regimen!

RJ
10/31/2022
Ricky J.
United States United States

Best in class

Gets the inflammation out the body more naturally…… ivy’s and ad’s n many nsaids in the body continuously is no way…. Healthy…. Haven’t found a better fish oil supplement, and I’ve been taking some type of supplement since 1993, when I wanted to get fit to join the service

RR
10/19/2022
Richard R.
United States United States

Flame out

Definitely does what it says. Seeks out inflammation and gets rid of it

CR
10/18/2022
Candace R.
United States United States

Must Have

Love this product. I first purchased as part of the velocity diet as is now a staple in my everyday.

DA
09/24/2022
Daniel A. Dicent Santos
United States United States

Just what I and all need

Health amazing results, and several on my family already using it thru my experience.

RW
09/21/2022
Robert W.
United States United States

Hard pill to swallow

Hard to swallow, but inflammation seems less.

AS
09/13/2022
Aaron S.
United States United States

Excellent Quality and Quantity for the Price

With the discount it’s the cheapest source of DHA and EPA at a high quality

R
09/09/2022
Rmj
United States United States

First place

Flame out flat out gets the inflammation out…. I suffer from it on one side of my body, but when I have a constant supply of this supplement my aches disappear, plus I’m getting healthy oils for my heart and body, the price indeed is steep, but I haven’t found another product like this….under fish oil.

RL
08/25/2022
Ron L.
United States United States

Best I’ve tried!

I love this item….good quality ingredients….no fish burps .

DE
08/25/2022
Douglas E.
United States United States

Great quality!!

We are older and needed a high quality supplement of fish oil. We showed this to our doctor and he indicated it was very high quality and gave it his full approval!!

GB
08/23/2022
Glenn B.
United States United States

Quality Product

I'm never sure how to rate an individual supplement among the several I take daily. I began taking Flameout shortly after it came out and it seems like a quality product. I am 72 and have fought through cancer with all the radiation, chemo, and body changing surgeries. Despite this I still lift weights, bike ride, or brisk walk 5 to 6 days a week and have a positive outlook on life. Surely Flameout plays an integral part in all of this.

SB
08/09/2022
Steven B.
United States United States

Flameout

Flameout is one of the best fish oils on the market. I also received a damaged bottle in the mail(fish caps Melted in the bottle from a heat wave) and biotest stood behind there product and shipped me a new bottle asap. Great product and a great company.

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