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Important Facts To Know About Omega 3 Fish Oil

by Stephen A. B. AYS Multiservices
Here are some facts for your perusal on Omega-3 fish oils .

The anti-inflammatory action of Omega-3s has been shown to help prevent heart attacks by reducing atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) Omega-3s also seem to lower the need for medications for Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Ulcerative Colitis, Crohns Disease, and Omega-3s may also help relieve Osteoarthritis.

Omega-3 may be beneficial for the relief of Psoriasis, It may prevent blood clots forming and initiating heart attacks. Omega-3 also promotes healthy brain and nerve function, supports and maintains healthy retina and eye function, and it also relieves the symptoms of allergies.

Omega-3 has been found to help prevent depression, and lower the incidence of severe Schizophrenia by about 25% Wow, it is almost a miracle oil.

Women that are pregnant are now being given Omega-3 fish oils to prevent their children from having Allergies, Asthma and Eczema.

The fish oil goes through a gentle purification process that uses a form of molecular distillation with no exposure to light.

 Most reputable manufacturers have the necessary information on the labels of the bottles or on their website.

 The good oil :O) comes from the clean unpolluted waters of the Southern ocean off the coast of New Zealand. For consistent quality only one type of fish should be used.

We recommend Omega-3 oils that come from the cold water fish called Hoki, this fish is high in DHA fatty acids and is unique to New Zealand waters.

 Another plus for the fish is that the plant that processes the fish is only minutes away from the wharfs where the fish are landed.

Omega3 fish oil has started to be used in trials to help children with ADHD.

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