CLINICAL BENEFITS OF TAKING OMEGA 3,6,9’S:
Maintenance of normal brain function throughout life.
Improve inattention and the ability to complete tasks Decrease hyperactivity, impulsiveness, restlessness and aggression.
Abnormal heart rhythms, or arrhythmias; Prevention of Blood clots; Hypertension, or high blood pressure;
Cholesterol or build-up of fat deposits in major heart vessels.
Protect eyes from macular degeneration and dry eye syndrome.
Decreasing the risk of high eye pressure and glaucoma.
Fights Anxiety & Depression
Promotes good GUT health, which keeps your immune system strong.
•PREVENTS FREE RADICAL DAMAGE
Antioxidant properties protect your cells from oxidative stress
•HEALTHY HAIR AND SKIN
Moisturises skin to prevent aging, dry skin and dry scalp. Improves hair loss.
•JOINT & MUSCLE SUPPORT
Reduce joint pain, inflammation & discomfort.
Maintain healthy blood sugar levels.
Essential fatty acids helps your body to burn excess fat through thermogenesis.
EPA: Concentrates in the Cell Membranes of the Adrenal Glands and enhances their function and in the Myelin Sheaths of the Brain’s Neurons where it attracts the Oxygen necessary for the chemical activities of Neurons.
DHA: Is required during the development stages of life (i.e. prior to birth and during early infancy) for the optimal development of the Cerebral Cortex of the Brain and high concentrations of DHA are present in the Cerebral Cortex throughout life.
ALA: Alpha- linolenic acid (ALA) is plant- based essential omega- 3 polyunsaturated fatty acids that must be obtained through the diet. ALA is an omega 3 fatty acid belonging to a group of polyunsaturated fats called ‘essential’ fatty acids. GLA: Gamma- linolenic acid (GLA) is also a type of omega-6 “essential” fatty acid that the body cannot make on its own, so we must get it from outside sources. GLA has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
OA: Oleic acid (OA) is a monounsaturated fatty acid that occurs naturally in the fats and oils of both animals and vegetables.
Oleic acid is needed by the body’s cells for proper membrane fluidity- making sure the cell membrane has a thick enough layer. This is important for fighting pathogens, transporting minerals and responding to hormones. Oleic acid also serves as a major source of energy for our cells, and it’s used for the production and biosynthesis of many essential metabolites.
WHAT IS OMEGA 3, 6, 9?
Omega is fatty acids belonging to a group of polyunsaturated fats called ‘essential’ fatty acids, and are divided into omega 3 and omega 6 and omega 9.
WHY SHOULD WE SUPPLEMENT?
Omega 3 polyunsaturated fats are important for cognitive, visualand cardiovascular health, helping to control cholesterol levels and blood pressure. Omegas 6 and 9, when used as a replacement in the diet for saturated fatty acids, can have a generally beneficial impact on blood pressure and cholesterol balance and aid in cardiovascular health.