WHY DO WE NEED Natural Arctic Oil Fishoil?
Today’s high speed lifestyle and changed diet have an increasing impact on our well-being. Both physical and brain health depends largely on the intake of sufficient omega-3 fishoil, mainly DHA, whereas our foods are not able to supply this essential nutrient. More and more people are becoming aware of this and are starting to eat more healthy, without addressing the fundamentals of metabolism: the balance between omega-6 and omega-3. The need for a quality omega-3 supplement – and DHA in particular – has never been higher.
Omega-3 ensures cell membrane permeability enabling nutrition to properly enter the cell and toxins to be disposed out of the cell. A deficit in omega-3 intake will result in unhealthy cells.
Omega-3 supports normal function of the heart, brain, eyes, blood pressure and triglyceride levels as well as immune system and muscle function.
Cold pressed Extra Virigin Olive Oil (Omega-9) and Vitamin D3 work in synergy with omega-3 in many processes in our body and brain.
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Many people know that omega-3 is good for them. What not so many know is that there are more than 30,000 published studies on omega-3s, making them one of the most studied nutrients in the world. The scientific literature describes several conditions where intake of DHA and EPA are positively associated with health from development of the fetus to older ages. These include:
normal development of brain, eyes and vision
maintenance of normal heart function
maintenance of normal blood pressure
maintenance of normal blood triglyceride level
protection of cells from oxidative stress
reduced memory loss in elderly (Alzheimer`s disease)
Omega-3 intake has further been associated with:
depressing inflammation and enhancing immune response
improving function of joints
generally supporting for healthy aging
Omega-6 : Omega-3 Balance and inflammation
Omega-3 ensures cell membrane permeability enabling nutrition to enter the cell and toxins to go out of the cell. A shortage in omega-3 intake will result in unhealthy cells.
Omega-3 has an anti-inflammatory function and omega-6 has an inflammatory function. Both fatty acids need to be balanced to prevent low-grade chronic inflammation. The omega-6 : omega-3 ratio in our current diet is on average 20:1 whereas a ratio of 3:1 or lower is required for normal cell function. This ratio is crucial for normal body and brain function.