OMEGA - III
Fish oil contains Omega 3 EPA DHA and beneficial role in the treatment prevention and treatment of brain health. Help pulsation of the heart muscle levels at a steady rate, decreasing the risk of heart attack. Helps control high blood pressure and depression. You can help reduce bone pain, rheumatoid arthritis and severe menstrual cramps because it discourages the inflammatory process. Help colitis and inflammation of the intestines. Reduces the risk of cancer. Removes cholesterol from the arteries clean. Cleaner natural fats and toxins from the body.
Some of the conditions that can be treated by the omega are:
� Cardiovascular Disease
� High pressure
� Rheumatoid arthritis Inflamations
� Lack of concentration
Several studies have shown that people who consume a diet rich in Omega-3 , have a significant decrease in the risk of developing heart disease. Solvents are natural blood and help to balance blood pressure. Components of Omega-3:
Ac-linolenic: plant origin, present in soy.
- Ac-Eicosapentaenoic (EPA): an important component of fish oils, eg cod liver oil.
- Ac-Decosahexaenoico (DHA) fish oils, phospholipids of the brain.
Recent investigations confirmed that EPA and DHA moderately reduce the serum levels of cholesterol and triglyceride levels markedly in fasting.
Omega-3 appears to inhibit the synthesis of triglycerides, while reducing blood clots and prevent stroke.
Other beneficial effects of these acids are:
Decreased platelet adhesiveness and prolongation of bleeding time, possibly by changes in prostaglandin synthesis.
- Reduction of ischemic damage subsequent to a heart attack or stroke, perhaps by decreasing blood viscosity.
Lowering blood pressure.
Reduction of tissue damage in autoimmune diseases.
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 14 January, 2010.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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