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Organic Minerals for Health and Well Being
Our body needs essential fatty acids to better ingest nutrients and exude toxins. Almost all bodily systems can use the natural effects of unsaturated fatty acids such as lin oil, olive oil or fish oil. Those systems include: Our cardiovascular system, immune system, digestive system, reproductive system as well as our nervous system. Essential fatty acids have to be taken in via food of supplements, since the body cannot produce them on its own.
With our contemporary eating habits, we hardly manage to ingest enough fatty acids, since its sources are often times not part of our diets. Lin seeds and linolenic acids disappeared from our diets over the past centuries. Therefore, even people who focus on healthy eating often times suffer from a chronological lack of the basic Alpha-Linolenic acids.
Omega 3 fatty acids are a special group of unsaturated fatty acids. They belong to the essential fatty acids and are therefore vital to the function of our body. Their name stems from the old nomenclature of fatty acids. Before that, they were simply referred to as "Vitamin F."
Omega 3 in K-Omega369, is sourced from Norwegian salmon that is rich in omega 3. Its EPA is 40% and DHA is 30%. The function of EPA is to enhance blood circulation, reduces fat formation at liver and reduces cholesterol level. DHA provides nutrition for the brain.
Omega 6 and Omega 9 also belong to the group of the essential fatty acids. They are multi-unsaturated fatty acids.
Fish oil can be found in all fatty fish. Fatty fish such as salmon mackerel or tuna contain a high level of omega 3 fatty acids and are therefore especially important for a balanced diet. Nowadays, the multi-unsaturated omega 3 fatty acids in fish oil have a similarily important status as vitamins.
Lin oil (flax oild) is mad from flax seeds. Lin oil is a very good source for essential fatty acids. It is the type of plant which contains the highest amount of linolenic acids. It contains 50 - 60 % omega 3 fatty acids (also known as Alpha-Linolenic acids), and 18 - 20 % omega 6 fatty acids (linolenic acids).
The essential fatty acids fullfill multiple functions. They are important building blocks for cell walls and membranes all over the body. Furthermore they energize the body and support the reduction of cholesterol and tryglycerides.
Olive oil has always been seen as a healthy contribution to our daily diet. In August of 2005 researchers of the Monell institute found out that extra native olive oil has anti-inflammatory effects. The substance responsible for this effect was named "oleocanthal".
Olive oil (also tree oil), as all plant oils, consits of fatty acids tied to glycerin. On average, olive oil contains 66 % oelic acids,12 % linolenic acids, 9 % palitic acids and 5 % eicosenoic acids, and 5 % palmitoleic acids. Olive oil can contain up to 1.5 % of the a-cyclical triterpene hydrocarbon squalenes.
Squalenes can help increase the oxygen level in cells and improve the health of skin. It is produced from liver oil of deep sea sharks that live in the Pacific Ocean within 600-1000 meters deep where there is no sunlight and the water pressure is very high.
Vitamin E is beneficial as an antioxidant that helps to prevent blockage in the blood vessels, maintain the moisture of skin and many other benefits.
The benefits of Omega Squa
400 mg fish oil
400 mg linseed oil
185 mg olive oil
10 mg squalene
5 mg of vitamin E
Take 1 or 2 soft gels for general well-being maintenance before meals per day.
Take 3 to 6 soft gels to help alleviate pain of sickness before meals per day.