Omega 3 Fatty Acids From Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil Supplements

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    Omega 3 Fatty Acids From Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil Supplements


    Omega 3 Fatty Acids From Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil Supplements

    Fish oil has been proven to be effective in the role of healthy lifestyles. You have probably heard on the news, or read in a magazine about how good fish oil can be for you. But what is it about fish oil and the makeup of fish oil that makes it good for us? What benefits does fish oil have for our bodies? These are some of the things that will be discussed in this article.

    EPA is otherwise known as eicosapentaenoic acid is mostly found in fish oil. EPA is an omega 3 fatty acid. Unfortunately, most people do not get enough omega 3 fatty acids in their diet. Omega fatty acids can be obtained from eating fish like salmon, cod liver, herring, and mackerel. Consumption of certain fish can be toxic in large amounts therefore fish oil supplements are used as an alternative.

    DHA is otherwise known as docosahexaenoic acid and is also found in fish oil. DHA is an omega 3 fatty acid. Some studies have shown that omega 3 fatty acids have a good benefit to your brain and memory. It can help prevent or slow down the process of Alzheimer?s disease. Low levels of DHA have been associated with depression, Bipolar disorder, other mood disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), schizophrenia, and anxiety disorders. Our brains are actually made up of mostly fat, which is why it is so important for us to consume natural and good fats such as EPA and DHA.

    DHA and EPA are mostly found in fish we eat. The components in fish oil, EPA and DHA can be very beneficial to the body. Studies on EPA have shown that it can also help those with heart disease, help to lower bad cholesterol, skin conditions, and inflammation from arthritis, help balance moods, and increase better learning. There are so many benefits it is difficult to list them all. EPA and DHA can help you live a happier and healthier life mentally and physically.

    With all of these benefits, why wouldn?t you be trying to increase your consumptions of omega 3 fatty acids? It is never too late to start getting more DHA and EPA into your body to help increase all of its good functions so you can live happier and healthier. Studies have already shown that omega 3 essential fatty acids have an improvement on all of the health problems listed above. There are studies going on right now, because these fatty acids are so important they might have some more scientific answers for other health problems.

    Promoting and maintaining a state of wellness requires a dynamic balance of hormones known as eicosanoids. Eicosanoids are powerful cell regulators that help maintain virtually all body functions including the brain, the heart and the immune system. Daily supplementation with pharmaceutical grade fish oils rich in the long-chain omega-3 essential fatty acids, EPA and DHA, is critical for maintaining optimal eicosanoid balance throughout the body.

    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.

    Lori Matthews studies health, nutrition and wellness. She enjoys writing articles on health for both people and pets. Please visit ultra refined pharmaceutical grade fish oil for more information.


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    Good article, im just getting into the supplement side of lift and exercising. My nutritionist said it would benefit me to staring using some fatty acids, didn't know about the fish oil. Excited to research more into, thanks!

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