by Ives Leon Anckaert

Essential fatty acids must be obtained from the diet and cannot be produced by the body. They are necessary for the production and balance of a hormone like substance which regulates all cellular processes within the body. In turn, these hormone like substances influence every aspect of human health including functions of the cardiovascular, immune, reproductive and central nervous systems.

Essential fatty acids are used to form membranes surrounding each of our trillions of cells helping to protect cells from allergens, bacteria, viruses and circulating toxins. A diet lacking essential fatty acids can result in cravings for fatty foods. Consequently, reports have shown that a diet high in essential fatty acids can result in weight loss.

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Omega 3 EPA:

Good sources of omega 3 include wild salmon, albacore tuna, mackerel and sardines.

Cod is not classed as an oily fish and is a poor source to obtain essential fatty acids. For instance, 4oz of wild salmon contains up to 3,600 of Omega 3 fatty acids, while 4oz of cod (a low fat fish) contains only 300mg.

Omega 3 EPA is high in essential fatty acids and guaranteed to be pure.

Both EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid 180mg) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid 120mg) are included in this formulation with d-alpha tocopherol acetate (natural vitamin E) to help preserve freshness.

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Ives Leon Anckaert

Health Manager

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