Thursday, April 16, 2015
The FDA claims that Omega-3 supplements could help to reduce Coronary Heart Disease. There are two kinds of omega-3 fatty acids, which are Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). The highest types of Omega-3 come from the fatty fish of salmon, mackerel, herring, anchovies, sardines and albacore tuna. The American Heart Association recommends that we get the bulk of our DHA and EPA from fatty fish sources and supplements, plus it could help people with high triglycerides! With statements like that from the FDA and American Heart Association, I would think that every one in America would add Omega-3 to their daily regimen!
It's Highly Recommended To Add Omega-3 To Your Daily Diet!For this review, I received one bottle of Elite Omega-3! As far as I'm concerned, Omega-3 supplements are the MUST have supplement. Did you know that Omega-3 deficiency causes 96,000 deaths per year and it's the sixth biggest killer in the United States?
Last August, my husband had open heart coronary bypass surgery and the cardiologist sewed up a hole in his heart. During his recovery I don't know how many times we heard how important it was to make sure you get plenty of Omega-3. So, now we both take Omega-3 on a daily bases and we eat foods that have omega-3 in it, like salmon, walnuts and green veggies.
After reading all of this information and helping my husband recover from open heart surgery, I'm a firm believer in taking Omega-3 on a daily basis and I would highly recommend it!
I do alot of reading on supplements and on NaturalNews.com. Here are a few things that I read:
- EPA can reduce depression
- Inattentive and hyperactive children may simply be lacking omega-3 fatty acids in their diet
- Omega-3 supplementation can reduce nicotine cravings
- Omega-3 rich breast milk improves child intelligence
- Omega-3 fatty acids can help reduce hearing loss in women
- Omega-3 supplements improve joint health and lessen severity of osteoarthritis
- Omega-3 fats from fish found to significantly lower the risk of breast cancer
- Omega-3 fats slash the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease
- It can even prevent diabetes
Plus, there's more articles on NaturalNews.com about the importance of Omega-3 and how it can help the body!
The Elite Omega-3 supplements have been carefully formulated to provide the optimal balance between EPA and DHA, without exceeding the federal recommended limits. They provide you with 800 mg EPA and 400 mg DHA. With one serving of the Elite Omega-3 supplements you'll get 2 grams of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids.
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