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Seal Oil – A Major Step in Achieving Vibrant Health


We have all heard of essential fatty oils (please see my prior blog post for the benefits) but not so many of us have heard of seal oil or the fact that seal oil is available for human consumption.  In the past year, I have been doing my own experiments, watching friends and family members consume the Auum oil and have been amazed at the results.  Why did I even begin these experiments?  Because I had heard that Seal oil was the very best source of Omega 3 fatty acids and I learned through other nutritionists that Auum is the very best processor of the oils.

I went to hear the owner of the company, RJ Miller, speak at length about the careful processing of the oils and how his process varied from the processing of the other products in the marketplace.   There were people in the audience who had children with ADD or Autism, who were now able to read as a result of taking the seal oil.  I heard from a parent whose sick child had never smiled in their life, who had now witnessed their child smiling as well as heard the words “I love you Mommy” for the very first time.  I heard of children being able to concentrate in class and achieving marks like never before.  I heard a woman talking about having had pain in her body for years and that this was no longer a challenge for her since taking the oils.  There were more stories but it was after these stories that I decided to start conducting my own experiments.

They say that it can take up to 3 bottles consumption to be able to notice an improvement in symptoms.  I noticed improvement after only one bottle and now I’ve been taking the oil for a year.  My skin feels like that of a seal, my mind is sharper than ever (my pregnancy brain is actually gone!),  I no longer experience neck pain, which is where I have always carried my stress, and my energy levels have absolutely soared.   Taylor’s (my eldest daughter) mental focus increased to such a point that her marks went from B’s to A’s and her overall mood improved.  Paige’s (my youngest daughter) bowel movements increased in size and frequency but she wouldn’t want me to elaborate on that.  The results of my experiments have been nothing short of miraculous considering this is only one product!

Clinical studies run over 3 years with 42 children, evaluated the benefits of Auum oils on children with learning/behavioural problems.  They include:

  • Better focus and concentration
  • Improved sleep patterns
  • Increased communication skills
  • Disappearance of temper tantrums
  • Less aggressive behaviours
  • More sociable and considerate
  • More stable moods
  • Better impulse control

For more information and clinical studies on Auum seal oil, please click here.

Auum seal oils contain EPA, DHA and DPA which support the development of the brain, eyes and nerves.  The omega 3 is in the long chain form, exactly as required by our cells, making it usable without conversion.  The Auum oil also contains added Vitamin D3 (see prior blog post on why we need this valuable nutrient).  It contains less cholesterol than fish oil and is almost cholesterol-free.  It has a natural stability inherent to mammalian bio-molecules that also makes it is superior to fish oils.

For the decade I have been helping others with their physical health, I have always said that I would never promote multi-level marketed products.  It is this product that has changed my mind.  The seal oil can be purchased from an independent distributor in liquid or capsule format.  Please email me if you have questions or an interest in trying this product for yourself.

Have you tried seal oil? I would love to get your feedback! Here on this blog, you’ll get commentluv. This is an opportunity to leave a link back to your own site when you leave feedback.

Until next time,



Meredith Deasley

Certified Life Coach, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Spiritual Vitality Expert - Published Author, Speaker, and Teacher.


  1. GMC lover on June 10, 2011 at 3:08 pm

    Gotta give this a try! Thanks!

    • Meredith on June 13, 2011 at 11:59 am

      You’re welcome! 🙂

  2. Melanie on June 23, 2011 at 8:48 am

    This post concerns me greatly because of the horrific seal hunting industry and how violent and cruel it is. There are tons of other amazing ways to get Omega 3 from plant based sources like flaxseed, walnuts of soybeans.

    • Meredith on June 23, 2011 at 7:30 pm

      Hi Melanie,
      I meant to address this in my post. Seals are not killed to make this product. Please go the website for more information.

  3. Jill on October 5, 2011 at 2:20 pm

    I checked the website and there is nothing on there that I could find on how they extract the seal oil. Other sites I’ve found say of course that seal oil is extracted from the blubber of the seal after they have skinned them. How is this not killing the seal?

    • Meredith on October 6, 2011 at 9:04 am

      I understand your concern. Canadian seals have been harvested for pelts, oil and meat for hundreds of years. The seals are not harvested specifically for the omega 3 oils but the demand for this oil has been increasing and ensures that more of the seal is used once harvested. Auum Oil is derived from harp seals, which are not endangered. The Canadian harp seal population has tripled since the 1970’s. The current population sits at 6.9 million. The WWF reported in 2005 “The Canadian harp seal hunt is professional and highly regulated…it has the potential to serve as a model to improve humane practice and reduce seal suffering within the other hunts.” And just for your interest, there are 3 omega fatty acid chains in seal oil versus only two in fish oil.

  4. John on July 7, 2012 at 5:44 pm

    I’ve been taking AUUM Seal Oil for about 1 week and have noticed a huge difference in my sleep, emotional state, and in my daily cardio routine. My cardio has improved drastically over the last few days. Normally on the stair master, I hover around 8-10. I’m now hovering around 12-15!
    Love it and will take it for the rest of my life:)

    • Meredith on July 8, 2012 at 10:13 pm

      I am so happy that you shared your testimonial. I just helped a man with Multiple Sclerosis with the Seal Oil – after only one month, he noticed a huge improvement in his symptoms! Thank you for sharing, John.


  5. Julianne on September 13, 2012 at 11:01 pm

    I have been taking the Auum seal oil for the past several months and noticed a dramatic improvement in my memory and mood. My mind is clear and sharp. I would highly recommend taking seal oil. It’s made a dramatic change in my life.

    • Meredith on September 24, 2012 at 12:15 pm

      Yes, others have noticed the same positive effects from these oils. Thank you so much for sharing your experience with everyone!


  6. NIM on November 10, 2012 at 10:51 am

    Hi. I just bought the seal oil for my 3 yr old son who had a history of seizures and has been diagnosed with autism. The dosage on the bottle is 1ml daily. 1 ml has very little amounts of dha, EPA etc compared to the fish oil he is taking. Can we give more than the recommended dose?

    • Meredith on November 12, 2012 at 4:36 pm

      Absolutely. You can give the oil up to bowel tolerance. If he gets diarrhea; you know he has had too much and that you need to cut back. Great job on giving this to him!


  7. Concerned on November 20, 2012 at 6:33 pm

    This is ridiculous! I was enjoying much of what I read here about nutrition on this website (as a nutritionist in training) until THIS article. How can we claim to be true ‘holistic’ practitioners, if we turn a blind eye to how our choices affect the health of our living planet. We are all interconnected. I cannot believe anyone would support increasing the hunting of seals or any animals for that matter when there are better, cleaner, options. It’s bad enough that we literally scrape the bottom of the oceans clean for our gains but seal hunting?! All fish (and even seals for that matter) get their original omega 3 essential fatty acids down the line from microalgae. There are now direct sources of EPA/DHA from microalgae available through a handful of reputable companies that actually develop the product without the heavy metals/chemicals that are inherent in fatty fish and even worse, seals. Even if the omega 3 is higher in seal oil, it’s easy enough to double the algae dose. The technology is there to help us rise above relying on this sort of thing.

    • Meredith on November 20, 2012 at 11:22 pm

      No seals are harvested in making seal oil. The seals are harvested for other purposes and the oil is then extracted. I agree that we are all interconnected and would not endorse the harvesting of seals in any way. If you knew the owner of AUUM, you would not question his love of animals or the environment. I also recommend the algae but, for some, it is too costly to double the dose. Usually the algae is at least $30 a bottle, which is the same cost as the seal oil, where there is a greater concentration of the Omega 3 as you pointed out. Thank you for writing, Melody and for stating that you enjoyed some of my other articles.

  8. Sarah on October 8, 2016 at 3:05 pm

    Hi Meredith. This post was from 2011. Are you still taking seal oil and is it stil working for you?

    • Meredith on November 12, 2016 at 6:23 pm

      I switch oils up every year or so because I become sensitive but I have many clients that have been on seal oil for years and greatly benefit!

  9. Vivian on December 22, 2016 at 12:41 am

    I’m currently debating adding seal oil (the DPA Gold brand) to my daily supplement regime, but I’ve heard that seal oil is particularly predisposed to contaminants (mercury, PCBs, etc) in virtue of the fact that seals are higher up on the food chain (and so accumulate toxins more easily). I’ve read of this on the Sea Shepard site, but I do take it with a grain of salt as they’re obviously biased against the harvest of seals. I’m not sure whether Auum seal oil is molecularly distilled, and I’m having a hard time verifying which supplement companies out there produce molecularly-distilled seal oil. There is very little information on the internet regarding this, because seal oil is banned in the USA, and so any information on this matter falls mostly on Canadians. Do you have any recommendations for “clean” seal oil, other than Auum?

    • Meredith on December 31, 2016 at 7:25 pm

      What you have heard about seal oil is correct but I don’t know of a cleaner make than Auum.

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