How to improve your health with omega 3Print
Life Extension was the first organization to recommend Omega 3 fatty acids in fish oil for heart health.
In the simplest term, Omega 3 fatty acids are healthy fats. They’re so-called “essential fatty acids” because they are essential to health - you can’t live without them and your body can’t produce them. You either have to get it through your diet or through supplementation.
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By adding Omega 3 fats to your diet and supplement regimen, you will automatically be exposed to a range of health benefits, including support of:
- A healthy brain function
- A healthy heart function
- Healthy blood lipids
- A healthy mood
- A healthy inflammatory response
The last one on the list, a healthy inflammatory response, may be more important than you might realize. Scientists believe that inflammation is the common denominator of all age-related health issues.
Lowering levels of chronic, low-grade inflammation in your body is probably the single most important thing you can do to promote optimal health.
How do you choose the best Omega 3 product for you?
Salmon, mackerel, herring, sardines, lake trout, and tuna are especially high in Omega 3 fatty acids. Many of these fish contain traces of mercury, though. Eating large amounts of fish and shellfish can result in high levels of mercury in the body.
To avoid this, you can supplement with Omega 3 supplements, which have been highly purified from environmental toxins.
Our fish oil products contain highly purified fish oil from Alaska Pollock where environmental toxins have been eliminated.
By adding Omega 3 fats to your diet and supplement regimen, you will automatically be exposed to a range of health benefits, including support of healthy Brain function, Heart function, Blood lipids, Mood & Inflammatory response.