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Health Benefits of Fatty Acid called Omega 3

Oct 17th, 2010 by dpampalone


Omega 3 Fatty Acid also known as fish oil has many health benefits contained in it. Studies have shown that fish oil helps to lower high triglycerides in the blood, it is also known to benefit the heart and circulatory system. Omega 3 fatty acids can reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke, it can slow the process of cardiovascular disease and atherosclerotic plaques, also known as hardening of the arteries. Omega 3's can also slightly, lower high blood pressure.


Fish oil can reduce inflammation, it helps to reduce pain and inflammation of arthritis, and other joint pain and tenderness if taken consistency. It is also effective in reducing the flair ups of some skin conditions such as, psoriasis.


This product has many amazing health benefits, it is beneficial to many parts of the human body. Omega 3 fatty acids increase the lifespan of our cells, therefore, fish oil is an anti aging supplement that benefits our body from head to toe.

Another area of the body that benefits from fish oil is the human eye. Because of the anti aging agents contained in it, it can significantly reduce the risk of macular degeneration which affects the retina and can lead to blindness. Because of the anti-aging values and the increase in the lifespan of our cells, fish oil is also beneficial to our hair, skin and nails.


The benefits of fish oil in the brain are valuable benefits that have a positive effect on Alzheimer disease. In patients with Alzheimer disease the LR11 protein is decreased causing toxic plaque build up to take place. Fish oil increases the production of the LR11 protein and prevents the build up of toxic plaque, lowing the risk of developing Alzheimer disease.


Mental illness, depression and bi-polar disorders can also significantly benefit from fish oil as the fish oil can maintain and help keep the hormones, serotonin and dopamine at the right levels, to keep the brain's signaling functions aligned.


There are no known harmful effects, and no adverse side effects to fatty acids. Those with fish allergies should not take Omega 3 fish oil. Always check with your healthcare provider before beginning any medication or supplements ,and ask them what benefits Omega 3 Fatty Acids can have for you. Your healthcare provider will discuss with you everything you want to know and prescribe to you the proper daily dosage for your needs.

 

 

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Both fish oil and krill oil can relieve high cholesterol, high blood pressure and heart disease.
The big difference between Omega Q Plus and krill oil seems to be that Omega Q Plus is formulated to contain other fine products like CoQ10, L–Carnitine and vitamins E and B, all of which have added health benefits on top of the benefits of either krill oil or the calamarine that substitutes for fish oil in Omega Q Plus.
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