Was wondering if what others knew of this new product: http://saviseed.com/about-saviseed/what-is-saviseed
"SaviSeeds are the richest source of Omega 3 on the planet! At 7000mg of heart-healthy Omega 3 per one ounce serving, they offer 13 times more Omega 3 than an ounce of wild salmon - and with SaviSeeds, you’ll have no fishy aftertaste! ...Sacha inchi seeds contain an average of 50% Omega-3, 34% Omega-6 and 9% Omega- 9, a total of 93% of unsaturated fatty acids."
I was wondering if it would be like flax seeds in that the omegas are difficult to extract in the digestive tract.