Omega 3 Science

* Omega-3 latest research and media May 23 2013

* The review of availability of Krill oil "concluded that there is at present no evidence for greater bioavailability of KO (Krill OIl) vs. FO (Fish Oil)". http://www.lipidworld.com/content/13/1/137   * A new research published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry showed that prenatal and early postnatal exposure to Omega-3 fatty acids may accelerate bone growth and improve bone quality:  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24746838   * Two independent studies preliminary suggest that consuming Omega-3 allows maintaining...

* EPA and DHA and pregnancy May 11 2013

The following article is an unedited copy of the article published at the American Pregnancy Association website, but we considered it worth republishing here.  * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Scientific research is constantly expanding our...

* Omega3HealthElite - the Story of the Unique Product September 06 2012

Omega3HealthEliteTM . The highest quality Omega-3 supplement available on the market. Clean. Fresh. Effective. Unique. All American. Omega3HealthEliteTM is the Cadillac of the Omega-3 supplements.   It is a triglyceride (TG) form of the Omega-3, natural, stable, easily digested by the body Molecularly distilled to clean and concentrate A minimum 70% concentration of the Omega-3 fatty acids, the highest concentration on the market for the triglyceride form A minimum of...

* How much Omega-3 do I need? October 21 2012

  Based on the facts described below and also taking into account the excess of the Omega-6 acids in the Western diet and generally insufficient fish consumption, our opinion is that healthy adults will benefit from consuming 1000 to 2000 mg of combined EPA and DHA per day* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *...

* Fish Oil Quality Standards and Toxins August 28 2012

Human activity has led to the pervasive contamination of the planet ecosystem, including its even most remote parts. Oceans and rivers and fish that live in them are not an exception. Consumers should be aware of two types of contaminants are frequently present in fish and in fish oil: Heavy metals. Heavy metals that may be present in fish are Arsenic (Arsenicum), Lead (Plumbum), Mercury (Hydragyrum), and Cadmium (Cadmium) Environmental...

* Omega-3 fatty acids explained June 13 2012

Understanding the chemistry of the polyunsaturated Omega-3 fatty acids   Omega-3s are polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA), sometimes referred to as N-3 polyunsaturated. They are unsaturated, which means that some Hydrogen atoms are replaced with Carbon double bonds, thus getting rid of saturation with Hydrogen. Most of the Omega-3 fatty acids are derived in their natural state from plant and animal fats.  Human bodies cannot create an Omega-3 double bond, in...

* Why do we need Omega-3 August 07 2012

Omega-3 fatty acids are an essential nutrient required by every cell of our body Long chain polyunsaturated Omega-3 acids EPA and DHA play both structural and functional roles in our bodies*. Even though EPA and DHA can be created by the human bodies from ALA (18:3n-3), it only happens in very limited quantities (less than 5%)1, 2. Apart from that limited conversion, human bodies cannot synthesize EPA and DHA. This places...

* Mercury in fish July 28 2012

If you prefer obtaining Omega-3 from diet. EPA and DHA from fish vs. Mercury Different national and international health authorities recommend daily intake between of 500 mg and 2,000 mg (2 g) Omega-3 fatty acids per day. For example, the American Heart Association recommends that people without documented Coronary Heart Disease eat a variety of fish, preferably oily, at least twice weekly, which should provide the recommended amount of EPA...

* Fish Oil Triglyceride vs. Ethyl Ester June 13 2012

Triglyceride Form of the Omega-3 Fish Oil compared to the Ethyl Ester Form - What are Omega-3 Triglycerides and Ethyl Esters? In their natural state, as present in the plant and animal tissues, Omega-3 acid molecules are not free floating. They are attached, most frequently in groups of three, to a glycerol backbone. This form of the Omega-3 acids existence is called triglyceride form (same as: TG, triacylglycerol, TAG, or...
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