The First and Only Formulation for Dry Eyes with High Daily Levels of Omega-3, GLA and Vitamin D3

One Teaspoon Daily Provides:

  • 1500 mg EPA
  • 750 mg DHA
  • 30 mg DPA
  • 200 mg GLA
  • 25 mcg Vitamin D3

240 mL Bottle

I-VU® OMEGA-3 is recommended for the maintenance of good health and helps to support cardiovascular health, cognitive health, immune function and the development and maintenance of bones and teeth. This nutritional supplement is an excellent source of the most important components of omega-3 fish oils: EPA (1500 mg), DHA (750 mg) and DPA (30 mg).


I-VU® OMEGA-3 provides patients with the recommended daily dose of vitamin D3, as well as the overall health benefits of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA). Studies indicate GLA increases tear production in certain patients and vitamin D3 may offer protection against the development of dry eye disease.1,2

I-VU® OMEGA-3 Features and Benefits:

  • In the re-esterified triglyceride form (rTG)
  •  Easy to Absorb
  • ✓ Easy to Consume
  • ✓ Highly Purified & Concentrated
  • ✓ Provides a High Daily Dose of Omega-3 Fatty Acids (EPA, DHA & DPA)
  • ✓ Contains the Recommended Daily Dose of Vitamin D3
  • ✓ Contains GLA
  • ✓ Lemon Flavour with No Fishy Aftertaste!
  • ✓ GMO-Free
  • ✓ Made in Canada

I-VU® OMEGA-3 provides the optimal amounts of these beneficial omega-3 fatty acids in the re-esterified triglyceride form (rTG), which allows for easier absorption into the bloodstream. This process of re-esterification involves removing the alcohol content from the synthetic alcohol-based omega-3s and converting them into the purified re-esterified triglyceride form. This additional purification step causes the bio-availability of Omega-3’s to be much higher than the ethyl ester form. The benefit to the patient: A higher percentage of fish oils is absorbed into the bloodstream, and as a result, the product is more potent and effective.



1Laura Periman. 2018. “Studying the Role of Omegas in Dry Eye Disease: Beyond the Dream.” Ophthalmology Times 43 (11): 14–15.

2Yildirim, Pelin, Yesim Garip, Ayse Aslihan Karci, and Tuba Guler. 2016. “Dry Eye in Vitamin D Deficiency: More Than an Incidental Association.” International Journal of Rheumatic Diseases 19 (1): 49–54. https://doi.org/10.1111/1756-185X.12727.