Improving Health and Quality of Life

Welcome to the home page of LYSI, a leading company in research & development, processing and marketing of fish oils. Our primary goal is to continue to be a reliable producer of products that improve health and quality of life.


The new processing plants inaugurated in the autumn of 2005 and spring 2012 elevated LYSI to the status of one of the most advanced processors of its kind in the world. The plant is uniquely equipped with the highly specialized production units needed for complete fish oil processing for human consumption.


Company Profile

LYSI- a two minute snapshot

LYSI- General Brochure

  • LYSI is API/GMP certified
  • ISO 9001 and ISO 22000
    international standards
  • BRC standard certification
  • New, state of the art factory


    Fountain of Youth
    The fish oil in Fountain of Youth is especially rich in DHA, which is particularly important for the brain.  In addition to the omega-3 fatty acids a daily dose also contains acetyl-L-carnitine (ALCAR) and alpha lipoic acid (ALA). 
    Omega-3 Fish Oil
    LYSI’s Omega-3 Fish Oil contains high levels of omega-3 fatty acids and comes with a mild taste of lemon.  It does not contain vitamins and may therefore be consumed together with cod liver oil to increase the intake of essential fatty acids.
    LYSI laboratory in first place in AOCS/GOED proficiency testing of nutraceutical oils
    The AOCS (American Oil Chemist Society ) Laboratory Proficiency Program is the world’s most extensive and respected collaborative proficiency testing program for oil- and fat-related commodities, oilseeds, oilseed meals and edible fats.
    LYSI at exhibitions
    Vitafoods in Geneva and CPhI in Shanghai
    Omega-3s can significantly reduce blood pressure, study finds

    A study published March 7 showed that the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA are as effective, if not more effective, as some of the commonly recommended lifestyle changes.

    Intake of cod liver oil associated with lower blood pressure among elderly people
    The Icelandic Medical Journal 10/2012 publishes a study on dietary habits and their association with blood pressure among elderly Icelandic people.