Nutrient Content Table

per dosage
Caloric Value 800 kJ / 191 kCal
Protein 4,70 g
Carbohydrates 8,60 g
Fat (Fish Oil) 15,60 g
of which:

pure Omega 3

in the form of EPA:
in the form of DHA:

1,83 g

1.100 mg
700 mg

Omega 6 0,12 g
MCT 9,10 g

Fish oil 48%, MCT 29%, Dextrose 6%, Protein 15%, Flavor 2%

Omega 3

  • There are three Omega 3 fatty acids, ALA (alph-linolenic acid) which is found in vegetable oil, EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) which are found in fish oil.
  • EPA and DHA are the most important and “good” Omega 3 fatty acids.
  • EPA has several important functions in the body. It regulates blood pressure, decreases blood clotting, regulates the lipoprotein metabolism, inhibits allergic and inflammatory processes and has a positive effect on the heart rate and pain perception.
  • DHA has a basic function in brain development and eyesight in embryos and young children. DHA also supports the transmission of stimuli to nerves and helps in the prevention of dementia.
  • EPA and DHA lower your insulin levels, so the extra calories you eat are burned off for energy, instead of being stored as body fat.
  • Omega 3 oils are also anti-lipogenic (block fat storage) and increase your metabolic rate, so you burn body fat faster . This results in the suppression of the production of cortisol, a stress-related hormone that also causes you to store vs. burn off extra calories.
  • Omega 3 fatty acids were proven to improve the blood flow to muscles during exercising, thus increasing your body’s ability to burn more fat.
  • A diet rich in omega 3 oils improves the blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia) so you have more energy (and drive) to workout.
  • Omega 3 fatty acids increase your body’s production of energy and the liver function which is your fat-management organ.


  • Coconut oil is nature’s richest source of MCTs that increase metabolic rates and lead to weight loss. MCTs promote what is called thermogenesis. Thermogenesis increases the body's metabolism, producing energy.
  • The MCTs are absorbed and transported directly into the liver via the portal vein. They are metabolized rapidly by beta-oxidation, and they increase diet-induced thermogenesis.
  • When MCT oil is metabolized in the body, it behaves more like a carbohydrate than a fat. Remember that the fuel of preference for the body is carbohydrate. Unlike other fats, MCT oil does not go through the lymphatic system. Instead, it is transported directly to the liver where it is metabolized so it releases energy like a carbohydrate and creates lots of ketones (which can be used for fuel) in the process.
  • MCT has a smaller molecular structure and is more soluble in water. Therefore, it is easier for your body to absorb.
  • Whereas conventional fats are prone to being stored as body fat, MCT is transported directly from the small intestine to the liver by the portal vein.
  • In the liver, some of the MCTs are turned into ketone bodies, which the muscles can use for energy.
  • Some MCT's are used for thermogenesis, and a portion is converted to ATP, the energy currency of the cell.
  • MCT, therefore is processed in the liver, so there is little left to be stored as fat.

What is the difference between a Lipidsana Shake
and a 1000mg Omega 3 capsule at your supermarket ?

  • EPA (mg)
  • DHA (mg)
  • Vit. E (mg)
  • Dosage
  • EPA
    (mg per day)
  • EPA
    (% Lipidsana)
  • DHA
    (mg per day)
  • DHA
    (% Lipidsana)
  • Vitamine E
    (mg per day)
Product "A"
  • 134 mg
  • 121 mg
  • 13,4 mg
  • 1
  • 134
    (mg per day)
  • 12,18
    (% Lipidsana)
  • 121
    (mg per day)
  • 17,29
    (% Lipidsana)
  • 13,4
    (mg per day)