The benefits of fish oil come from the healthy Omega-3 fats found naturally in wild fish. EPA and DHA are the two main types of Omega-3 fats in fish.
Scientifically Proven Fish Oil Benefits
Omega-3s are powerful at soothing your achy joints:
- Reduces joint discomfort
- Reduces morning stiffness
- Reduces enzymes that destroy cartilage
The brain is mostly made out of fat. And most of the fat in the brain is DHA Omega-3. So, brain performance and function (cognition) is strongly influenced by the amount of Omega-3 in your diet.
Increased levels of Omega-3 helps:
- Support memory and brain health
- Support thinking speed
- Manage age-related brain decline
Low levels of Omega-3 and high levels of Omega-6 (from seed oils in our diet) have been linked to dry eyes. Several studies have shown that 2000 mg of Omega-3 can help soothe dry eyes.
A diet very low in sugar, juices, and processed grains, along with aerobic exercise and 3000 to 4000 mg of Omega-3 daily can help bring your triglyceride back to healthy levels.*
Fish oil helps:
- Promote healthy heart beat
- Naturally balance triglyceride levels, an important marker of heart health.*
This is why the American Heart Association recommends that you take 1000 mg of Omega-3 everyday.
EPA Omega-3 is crucial in maintaining mood health. In several studies, EPA Omega-3 has been found to have a positive influence on mood health.
Several studies have shown that persons with depression have low Omega-3 levels and high Omega-6 levels.
Modern diets are high in Omega-6 and low in Omega-3. This can cause inflammation in the skin. Increasing Omega-3 is a critical step in reducing redness and scaling.
Several studies have shown the taking 2000 mg of Omega-3 in combination with a plant-rich diet and exercise can help moderate blood pressure.
*When used as part of a healthy diet and exercise plan to help maintain healthy triglyceride levels.
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