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Is Omega Q Plus a scam?

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Although some of its marketing material appears to make unsupportable claims, the supplement Omega Q Plus does not appear to be a scam. It has been effective for many people. However, others claim the supplement is not useful and that it seems to affect everyone differently.

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Certain advertisements claim that Omega Q Plus instantaneously cures all heart conditions. This information is misleading and false. The supplement contains DHA, which promotes healthy HDL cholesterol, circulation and blood pressure levels. Omega Q Plus also contains vitamin E, L carnitine, folic acid, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12. These healthy nutrients provide additional support of heart and body functions.

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