BACK vitamins; What are
Essential fats from the ocean's tiny krill
are required to produce healthy cell walls and every single
hormone in the body.
When we take in too
little Omega-3’s, the Brain has to help the body survive, so it must make
something to take the place of the long chain fatty acid Omega’3's; and it
sends a message to the liver; it makes HDL and LDL cholesterol, which
are short chain of Trans Fatty Acids.
Omega-3's feed and fuel the brain and
without them disease states can occur. Omega-3's play an important role in
your general overall health and in
the health of your skin, nails and hair, they boost immunity and they can
play a significant role in preventing inflammation in the body. Omega-3
and omega-6 fatty acids are considered essential fatty acids (EFAs)
because they are critical for good health. Your body cannot make them on
its own—for this reason they must be obtained from food; it is extremely
critical for pregnant women feeding their un-born baby. Both omega-3 and
omega-6 fatty acids stimulate the formation of prostaglandin.
Prostaglandins are produced by every cell in the body, and control such
things as reproduction and fertility, inflammation, immunity and
communication between cells. These fats that heal, play an important role
in their anti-inflammatory functions and other benefits for vascular and
degenerative disease. The new process of stabilizing and fortifying our
omega healthy oils also helps to preserve the nutritional benefits of
these very important natural extracts. Improving the oxidative stability
of these products is a big breakthrough for the nutraceutical industry.
Nutraceuticals (often referred to
as phytochemicals or functional foods) are natural, bioactive chemical
compounds that have health promoting, disease preventing or medicinal
country’s food processors figured out how to use solvents to extract oil
from soybeans and seeds, American consumers have been swimming (or
drowning) in omega-6 polyunsaturates. They make up more than three-quarters of the oils and fats we eat.
fries, bottled salad dressings and all types of processed foods are full
of omega-6’s. Our main proteins are full of omega-6’s as well, now that
livestock, chickens and even farmed fish are raised on corn and soy
instead of the naturally omega-3-rich grasses or algae.
and -6s are the body's yin and yang so to speak, to quote Chinese
Medicine. The two vie for space in our cells, brains, nerve endings, and
they produce different hormone messengers. They compete for the same
enzymes, so consuming a food containing -6s can keep the Omega-3s from
doing their job.
For example: Omega-6s stimulate
inflammation; omega-3s put out the flames. Omega-6s raise blood pressure;
omega-3s lower it. Omega-6s makes your blood clot; omega- 3s keep it from
clotting. Omega-6s oxidize the cholesterol in your arteries and clog them;
3s are anti-oxidants.
The more omega-6s we eat, the more they dominate our cells. Consuming more
omega-3s has been associated with preventing heart disease and fatal heart
attacks; improving brain and vision development (so much so that infant
formulas have been changed to add omega-3s); lowering blood pressure and
fighting inflammation, arthritis and asthma, maybe even cancer; helping
the body use insulin and fend off obesity; relieving depression and maybe
reducing violent behavior.
However I should
point out that 59 countries added omega-3s to infant formula before the
United States came around, despite studies showing that formula with only
omega-6s impaired brain and vision development. Our products are designed
to improve your health and you need to call 954-742-4430 to have your food
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