Health Canada says it will soon begin to sell an omega-6 supplement, but it’s not for everyone.

Here’s what you need to know.

1.

The government is moving to sell the supplement: Health Canada will soon sell a supplement for people aged over 60.

It will be called the Omega-6, or Omega-3, supplement.

It is meant to provide a more reliable source of omega-4s and help with heart health.

It comes in capsules that contain a mixture of essential fatty acids, a natural anti-inflammatory agent, and minerals.

The company that makes the supplement says it is “the safest and most effective” alternative to fish oil and other omega-5 supplements.

The supplement will be available by the end of October, and will cost $20 a month.

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The price is not cheap: The supplement is not available for purchase in pharmacies or supermarkets.

That’s because Health Canada requires that supplement manufacturers get permission to market their products.

The health agency says that authorization will be provided to the supplement manufacturer, and it will be up to them to sell it.

But there are some caveats.

The agency says the supplement will only be available through pharmacies.

There is no minimum purchase requirement.

The product will be limited to people who are over 60 years old.

The Health Canada website states that “the health benefits of the product outweigh the risks.”

3.

There are concerns about the supplements quality: While Health Canada has promised to market the supplement “as a reliable, safe, and cost-effective alternative to the fish oil industry,” there are concerns that it will actually be less reliable and cheaper than fish oil.

There’s a concern that omega-8s may not be absorbed through the skin.

The supplements could also contain contaminants that can be harmful to health.

4.

The federal government has said it will not regulate omega-2 supplements.

But some researchers are concerned about the safety of the omega-10 supplements, which are already regulated by Health Canada.

The Food and Drug Administration regulates omega-9s.

And the U.S. Food and Drugs Administration is also considering regulating omega-12s.

But the federal government says it does not regulate fish oil supplements.

5.

The Omega-7 and Omega-8 supplements contain mercury.

Health Canada did not immediately respond to questions about the health risks associated with the omega supplements. Related:

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