OMEGA 3 IN FISH OIL IS KNOWN AS DHA & EPA. The Omega 3 found in Flaxseed Oil is known as ALA. However, not many people are aware that DHA & EPA found in Fish Oil provides more benefits than ALA in Flaxseed Oil. Although the benefits of Omega 3 in Fish Oil are greater than Omega 3 in Flaxseed Oil, the later oil has other meaningful health benefits which justify consuming it regularly.
Supplementing Omega 3 over extended time is advised by the American Heart Association, American Eye Institute, Alzheimer's Foundation, European Food Safety Authority. To gain benefits of the Omega Fatty Acids, one must comprehend that eating fish rich in Omega 3 twice weekly apply to young people unlikely to have high levels of bad Cholesterol. Older folks are likely to have Cholesterol built-up in their arteries; and those cases require higher doses of Omega 3 consumed more often than twice a week.
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Capsules with 900 mg. of Fish Oil most likely contain 300 mg. of the Omegas. It is wiser to purchase capsules with 1,400 mg. of oil likely to have 900 mg. of all the Omegas combined. Those capsules makes it easier to take larger quantities of Fish Oil to achieve the intended benefits.
Health associations throughout the world insist on eating trout, mackerel, albacore tuna, herring, sardines, and salmon about twice a week; but again, they fail specifying that such quantity applies to young folks. Older people should eat those fish more often than twice a week OR supplement with 2,500 to 3,500 mg per day ~if approved by their doctor~ for five days of the week if they want benefits of Fish Oil.
» Scientific research remains showing that one of the benefits of Fish Oil is to be food for the brain. It is decisive for cognitive functions such as brain memory as well as behavioral function. Scientists tell us that infants who did not receive Omega 3 from their mothers during pregnancy risk developing vision and nerve problems.
» Folks who made the French Mediterranean Diet part of their lives since they were kids do have a strong tendency to have higher HDL or good cholesterol. The exact same applies to Eskimos [located in the state of Alaska in the U.S.A.] As a result of their life-long diet based on that fish, Esquimos greatly benefit eating fish rich in Omegas. Same benefits are known to Japanese people for great many centuries. All three groups reduced quite significantly the risks of stroke caused by plaque buildup and blood clots in arteries.
» Clinical studies continue to show that folks consuming diets like the ones consumed by French, Eskimos, and Japanese have much lower blood pressure when compared with people in the same age group who has untreated high blood pressure. Those studies tell us that taking up to 3,000 mg. of Omega 3 daily is likely to reduce high blood pressure when it is not medically treated.
» Folks consuming the French Mediterranean Diet since they were kids have a strong tendency to have higher HDL or Good Cholesterol. The exact same applies to Eskimos [located in the state of Alaska in the U.S.A.] who benefit from Fish Oil as a result of life-long diet based on fish. Those same benefits are known to Japanese people for great many centuries. All three groups reduced quite significantly the risks of stroke caused by plaque buildup and blood clots in arteries.
» It is not small the number of scientists that consider Fish Oil to benefit patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis. They found Fish Oil rich in Omegas to meaningfully reduce symptoms such as joint pain, morning stiffness, and increase in grip strength and walking pace. One study suggests RA patients regularly consuming Fish Oil rich in Omegas for long periods of time may lower the dose of non-steroidal Anti-Inflammatory drugs.
the mastermind behind nature is incredibly intelligent and generous to us
and our pets providing such a marvel of creation. even in the xxi century,
scientists remain discovering the still unknown benefits of fish oil.
there must be reasons why He created fish oil: health benefits !
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