Omega-3 fatty acids must be obtained from the diet and are essential for the production of cellular components including cell membranes. Omega-3 fatty acids also play an important role in regulating inflammatory processes throughout the body through the production of anti-inflammatory prostaglandins and leukotrienes. Inflammatory processes are linked to virtually every disease process, so promoting anti-inflammatory processes has potential benefits in a wide variety of disease states and patient populations. Inadequate dietary intake of Omega-3 fatty acids has the opposite effect and is known to contribute and amplify a number of disease processes.
The “Standard American Diet” (SAD) tends to be high in pro-inflammatory Omega-6 fatty acids and low in the anti-inflammatory Omega-3 fatty acids. Diets such as historical Mediterranean, Asian, and primitive diets have much higher Omega-3 content and are associated with a longer healthier life with lower risk of heart disease, cancer, dementia, and inflammatory conditions. You can increase your daily intake of Omega-3’s by eating more fish, nuts, and seeds and also by incorporating a high purity concentrated omega-3 supplement such as (Pinnaclife/Viniferamine) Omega-3.
Exceeds European and U.S. EPA purity standards as well of those set by the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) with PureMax certification to guarantee purity
EPA:DHA ratio is 3:2 as recommended by the American Heart Association
- Take 1 softgel twice daily taken with food. May increase dose as needed and as directed by a physician
- Anti-inflammatory effects may benefit patients with:
- arthritis / joint pain
- heart disease / arteriosclerosis
- eczema / dermatitis
- Omega-3’s are shown to improve myelin formation and neurological development which provide a role in all neurological disorders
- Omega-3’s have positive effects on cholesterol levels, while reducing the inflammation of cholesterol plaques that can lead to clot formation
- Omega-3’s are extremely sensitive to heat and subject to oxidation, therefore always store in a cool dry location and do not use past the expiration date
- Some people may experience “fish burps” when using fish oil supplements. This effect can be reduced by storing the softgels in the refrigerator and taking them with food.