Sunday, May 17, 2015
The majority of adults in the United States are deficient in Omega-3! There are over 96,000 deaths per year, due to Omega-3 deficiency. Your diet has a tremendous impact on your health and the consumption of Omega-3 in Americans is inadequate. Not getting enough Omega-3 in your diet can affect your health in many ways. It can worsen heart disease, neurological conditions and even obesity. Omega-3 could help to reduce coronary heart disease. There are two kinds of omega-3 fatty acids that you need, which are Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).
It's Essential That You Get Enough Omega-3 In Your Diet!For this review, I received one bottle of Pro-Star Health Omega-3 Fish Oil! Did you know that DHA is an essential component of the human brain? Sixty percent of the brain is made from these Omega-3 fatty acids. Children that are inattentive and hyperactive may simply be deficient in Omega-3. It has even been proven that people deficient in Omega-3 show more signs of depression. Omega-3 helps to increase your serotonin levels, which has been know to improve your mood.
Omega-3 can help to reduce inflammation in the body, it reduces tenderness in joints, decrease stiffness and it may be able to reduce the activity of enzymes that destroy cartilage in osteoarthritis. Omega-3 is good for both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis!
Being deficient in Omega-3 can lower your metabolism, which can lead to weight gain. The EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) help to lower your insulin levels and burn any extra calories. Omega-3 improves blood flow to the muscles during exercise. Omega-3 fatty acids can even improve the liver function that will help burn fat.
I'm sure you've all heard how good Omega-3 is for the heart and how it can reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. My husband has had heart disease for a long time and last August, my husband had open heart coronary bypass surgery. The cardiologist also 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 researching Omega-3 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!
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