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When You Are Ready for the Best, Check out the Omega-3 Protocol
Is Fish Oil the best? (Most people say, “That’s gross!”)
Is it Krill Oil? (Most people say, “What’s that?”)
Or High DHA Calamarine? (Most people say, “Huh?)
Vegetarians take flax seed and eat walnuts. (“Walnuts, ok, What’s a flax seed?”)
“All of the above!” is my answer! The Omega-3 Protocol will produce a phenomenon of synergistic health results.
But it must be easily available and affordable. Otherwise, our wallet becomes our master.
Here’s the question: Do you want to make a big, positive impact on your health, in a short amount of time? I know you do because you wouldn’t be on this site unless that was your aim.
I have been dreaming and conjuring up images to express the similarities and differences of the three types of Omega-3 oils that we carry in our store. I also want to explain why it’s a really good idea to be taking all three types of Omega-3s.
I am going to illustrate this at least three different ways and will keep adding to this article as I develop the information. When I say develop, I mean draw up these ideas with the skill of a 5 year old, hand it over to a professional graphic artist and then edit and rectify the illustrations and hopefully they will speak to you and make some sense. My fingers are crossed!
This first illustration began with an idea of a ship passing through the Panama Canal. Then it morphed into an icebreaker ship churning through arctic ice and finally a large passenger ship carrying many souls through dangerous waters came into mind. Here’s why: Life on planet earth has become toxic. Well meaning industrialists have invented processes in our food supply that enables us to buy tomatoes from Holland, rice from China, asparagus from Chile and wine from Australia. Yes, it is possible for mother earth to feed 7 billion people as long as we can figure out how to exchange goods and currencies. However the processes while well meaning have also rob us of integral nutrients. Phytosterols, essential fatty acids and vitamins have been replaced with synthetic molecules and food dyes to make the food look really good and last a long time on the shelves, but we are not getting real nutrition. I am painting with a broad brush, but I really want to make the case that today’s apple in the supermarket is not the same as an apple my grand pappy may have eaten 80 years ago. Farm raised salmon dyed pink to make it look like wild salmon contains no Omega-3 fatty acids. Nutritional value has been lost. With that being stated, let’s move on to the core of one of the bodies most essential components: essential fatty acids.
To get back to what is called the ‘hunter-gather’ model of nutrition, we have studied the habits of those peoples who live close to the earth and get their sustenance from local sources without processing. Local farmers markets and eat local campaigns are helping the conscious ones to get back to basics. Eating raw and eating local is a good start but there is a matter of convenience and the fast paced society in which we find ourselves. We have to adapt. We need a vehicle to get us from where we are nutritionally to where we need to be. Plant based vitamins and expressed essential fatty acids are part of the answer. The case for one super nutrient:
There are three Omega-3 oils that are being sold on the market today. Well, there’s more, but really I am only interested in premium oils, full of health benefits, not necessarily the food grade fish oils that have little or no effective benefits because most people can’t or won’t take them due to the unpleasant repeating (fish burps). The three major Omega-3 oils are highly purified Omega-3 EPA/DHA, Krill Oil and Calamarine Oil which has a higher DHA over EPA ratio. Each type of Omega-3 oil embodies certain unique properties that make it uniquely beneficial to the human body.