Omega Oil 3
Fish Oil 3 and vegetable oils are made up of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids or (PUFA). There are two major types of Pufa’s Omega-6 and Omega 3. Most Americans are deficient in Omega 3. Most Americans get way too much Omega 6’s. Omega 6’s come from the bad oils and processed foods. So if you supplement your diet with fish oil you can increase your good levels.
Fats The Good the Bad and the Ugly.
Most Americans diet has too many animal source saturated fats (the bad) – and too many vegetable sources polyunsaturated – the ugly. We should limit the above fats to 20 -30% of our diets. While we should increase intake of the good fats – DHA and EPA found in fish oil.
Increasing omega 3 levels has been shown to help with such conditions as heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, migraines and some forms of cancer. Click
Omega 3 Benefits
to get more information on the benefits of omega 3. Even the American Heart organization recommends increasing your omega 3 fish intake. See this link about American Cancer Recommendation
Types of Fish Oil 3
Omega 3 fish oil can be separated into 2 types and each is specialized for certain needs. Regular Carlson Fish Oil is one and Carlson Cod Liver Oil is the other type of fish oil. Both the types have the most needed type of Omega 3’s Dha and epa. Please click the following link to get even more information on
Omega 3 Fish Oil.
Omega 3 fish oil is a great way to increase your omega 3 levels. There have been many studies showing the benefits of fish oil on your health. One such study showed the effectiveness of fish oil on rheumatoid arthritis. See the following link Omega 3 and Rheumatoid Arthritis
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Cod Liver Oil
Omega 3 cod liver is a great way to increase you omega 3 levels. Cod liver oil has one great advantage. Since the summer season is coming to and this is very important information. The great advantage of cod liver oil 3 is Vitamin D. Vitamin d is one of the most neglected Vitamin in our western society.
Cod liver oil is the smart choice if you do not get enough sun. Almost all Americans and Europeans need added Vitamin d in the winter months. Most people just do not get enough sun to make the needed vitamin D. It is important to note that Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin and you can get too much. So you really should have your vitamin d levels checked. I try to take it once every other day or so in the winter to keep up the Omega 3 and vitamin d levels.
Omega 3 fatty acids are a great way to help you health and improve many health conditions.
is to take Krill oil in the late spring – late fall. Then I switch to Cod liver oil in the winter to increase my vitamin d along with my omega 3 levels. The bottom line is you really should consider increasing our Omega 3 levels for your health.Leaving Oil 3 page for home page.Return to Omega 3 Fish Oil.