Vegans and vegetarians, beware!

Aasmund Ryningen
2 min readFeb 26, 2021


New day, new market. This time, I’m targeting vegans and vegetarians specifically.


If you’re vegan and vegetarian you don’t want to miss out on this! Because it contains some highly important nutritional information that, unless you are insane, don’t want to miss out on.

However, let’s begin with a rhetorical riddle first;

What do heart, eyes, your immune system and your brains have in common?

Well, except being essential for living, they also benefit highly from the essential fatty acids EPA and DHA. These fatty acids are found in Omega 3.

And here’s why that’s important.

A lot of vegans and vegetarians don’t get enough Omega 3 from their diets. Sure, they get plenty of other nutrients, but Omega 3 in particular can be a problem for many vegans. Or that is, the lack of.

Because, do you know what happens to your body when you don’t get enough Omega 3?

Simply put, your hair, nails and skin start to suffer. Hair turns brittle and you may experience significant hair loss. Skin turns dry and cracks easily. Nails too, crack easier.

In short, your whole body, at least on the outside turns weaker.

But lest you think this is ‘nothing’, here’s more;

As you age, your bones become more brittle and your whole body becomes stiffer. Too little Omega 3 in your body can make your bones more prone to crack.

And that means you stand a higher chance of getting osteoporosis.

Which means that even walking down or up a staircase is a risk-taker since if you fall, you may break a lot of bones and become crippled for a long time.

So, Omega 3 is highly essential for your body and your health.

But how do you solve that if you’re vegan or vegetarian?

Do you have to convert back into becoming a meat-eater?

Fortunately, not!

[REDACTED] gives you all the EPA and DHA fatty acids your body needs to get its daily required dose of Omega 3.

So you can stick to your vegan diet — and you don’t have to worry about your skin, nails, hair, eyes, brain or bones.

Get [REDACTED] here:



Looking back, I could probably have targeted everyone who wanted to be healthy, because to my personal knowledge, there’s nothing like ‘too much’ Omega 3. That being said, most people who eat meat and diary usually don’t have problems getting enough Omega 3. Vegans and vegetarians however are a different story. Some of them really struggle getting enough nutrients.

Notice how I emphasize the importance of the supplement without making any health related claims. I simply state the benefits of Omega 3 and then rhetorically ask the reader if they really care about their body? And if they do, the obvious solution is taking Omega 3.

No reviews or customer testimonials today, I could have done it, but it would perhaps have made the email too long. I, and the market, like emails that are entertaining, informational and persuasive.