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The health benefits of omega- 3 fats are well documented in the scientific literature. Numerous studies demonstrate the benefits of the omega-3 fats, EPA and DHA. DHA is important for the structure and function of cell membranes particularly those of the nervous system.* DHA is critical for normal, healthy brain structure and function.* EPA is found in small amounts in the brain, but is required for numerous regulatory functions throughout the body. EPA helps support a healthy inflammatory response and optimal cardiovascular function.* Cardiovascular benefits of omega-3’s include the ability to support a normal, healthy heartbeat, normal blood clotting as well as healthy blood triglyceride levels.*
Did you know that between 1,644 and 1708 people (Fellow Americans) per day die in the United States from heart disease? That’s what the Center for Disease Control estimates. So does the American Heart Association! Could it be that all of this can be avoided with a simple Omega-3 Regimen?
Specifically, my triglycerides were 508 (anything over 500 is cause for alarm being high risk for stroke. I was 51 at the time.) In 3 months, I was under 200. How? Four grams of EPA/DHA per day. Scroll down and see how you can achieve a healthy blood lipid profile for yourself using True Omega-3. Clearly this ‘protocol’ works.
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70% EPA/DHA More than twice as powerful as Omega-3 Fish Oil.
WebMD “The benefits of omega-3s include reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke while helping to reduce symptoms of hypertension, depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), joint pain and other rheumatoid problems, as well as certain skin ailments. Some research has even shown that omega-3s can boost the immune system and help protect us from an array of illnesses including Alzheimer’s disease.”
American Heart Association “Omega-3 fatty acids benefit the heart of healthy people, and those at high risk of, or who have, cardiovascular disease.“