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Benefits To Using Omega Fatty Acid Supplement

by Seller Ben Buisness

While the benefits of using omega-3 are fairly well known and many uses it as a dietary supplement, there are some who experience allergic-type reactions with its use.

 

Even so, it is so popular with consumers that it's not only sold in vitamin shops and health food stores, supermarkets regularly carry this product on their shelves. These grocery-type stores even have products that exclaim their ingredients as having omega-3.

 

However, no matter the popularity it might be important for you to know of the possible side effects or allergies of omega-3 consumption. In reality there are not many, but some of the issues could be called allergic reactions. Most of the time these are caused by over dosing, or taking too much. And sometimes it may be the effect of taking omega-3 with inappropriate food or medications.

 

One of the most common allergic reactions is caused by the effect on the bowels. Sometimes when taking this Omega Fatty Acid Supplements, it may have the same effect as taking a laxative. Many people find this disturbing, but by lowering the dosage this symptom disappears. But check with your doctor first to be sure there isn't another cause or that you are taking the right amounts of omega-3 fish oils. And be sure the quality of the supplement is of high-grade as well.

 

Other allergies or side effects include fishy tasting burps, heartburn, increases in blood sugar and thinning of the blood. The increase in blood sugar effect is uncommon as fish oil is touted for its benefit of reducing blood sugar levels, but some have actually seen the opposite effect.

 

It is also good to keep in mind that Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil supplement are usually made from fish oils so any allergies to fish would cause reactions. Plus, some fish have toxins like mercury that may be problematic for those with reactions to this compound.

 

As with any substance or supplement, there may be risks. Always check with your health care practitioner to determine what is best for your health.

 

Seal Oil Omega 3 is the way most know to get their omega 3 DHA and EPA. Taking 3 grams a day, which is usually taking a gel tab with every meal. No more than 3 a day. Another type to take is flax seed oil. Same amount is recommended. The only difference is flax seed oil contains omega 3 ALA which your body would have to convert into DHA and EPA to work like fish oil does. If your body doesn't convert the ALA very well, you may still not be getting enough omega 3 into your diet. A blood test after 6 weeks could indicate how well it is working for you.


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