Health Benefits

Health Benefits

The Brain

The brain and nerve cells are mainly constructed of structural fats, the Omega 3 fatty acids. They continuously need fat for energy, to build new structures and also maintain normal functions throughout our lives.

Omega 3 can help...

... in maintaining normal functioning of the brain brain growth and development

...and is essential for a childs brain which develops rapidly in the womb and in the first months after birth

...problems such as attention deficit disorder or hyperactivity, difficulty with concentration and impulsive behaviour.

The Joints

Omega 3 fatty acids have been proven to decrease the inflammation and therefore help reduce pain in Rheumatoid arthritis sufferers.

A higher intake of Omega 3 in everyday diets also increases calcium absorption in bones, consequently, it slows down the bone loss that naturally occurs through old age which may result in Osteoporosis.

The Heart

Omega 3 can help at various stages of life with problems such as high blood pressure, inflammation, blood clots and cardiac arrhythmia.

Omega 3 can help...

...prevent chronic inflammation in the arteries.

...dilate arteries which helps prevent high blood pressure.

...reduce the risk of blood clots by making platelets less likely to stick together.

...stabilise cardiac rhythm preventing arrhythmia and its associated problems

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