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On March 10th, 2017 by Lynn Morales

Are you eating enough fish?

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Are you eating enough fish?

The Research says… Fish intake less than 1-2 times per week may  not be enough for people age 26 and over…*

What can you do about it?

Including wild salmon and other fish containing Omega-3 essential fatty acids in your diet can have a very positive effect on health. Omega-3 offers cardiovascular benefits, and can be instrumental in preventing heart attacks and strokes. However, Omega-3 cannot be synthesized by the human body. Numerous studies have shown the anti-inflammatory properties of Omega-3 and its role in promoting cognitive function as well as the prevention of chronic diseases. Supplementation with Omega-3 Complex is recommended for individuals 26 and older to prevent a deficiency, which may contribute to depression, decreased memory function, and heart and circulatory problems.

Omega-3 Complex provides a natural source of the essential fatty acids docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). Omega-3 fatty acids play many important roles throughout the body; cardiovascular maintenance, anti-inflammatory agents; triglyceride control; skin health; and healthy joint and mental function.

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Use a quality fish oil that is organic, gluten, dairy and soy free.  See your Individually Designed Nutrition (IDNutrition) DIY section below to learn what supplements meet this criteria.

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*Research Abstract

Harris WS. Extending the cardiovascular benefits of omega-3 Fatty acids. Curr Atheroscler Rep. 2005 Sep;7(5):375-80. Moore CS, Bryant SP, Mishra GD, Krebs JD, Browning LM, Miller GJ, Jebb SA. Oily fish reduces plasma triacylglycerols: a primary prevention study in overweight men and women. Nutrition. 2006 Oct;22(10):1012-24.


On May 28th, 2013 by Lynn Morales

Is Meat Inflammatory?

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Articles | Blog | Diet/Nutrition | Health News | Supplements

omega-3-and-omega-6What do you think is the cause of clogged arteries, plaque and heart attacks?  Many would say red meat.  Do you believe that meat is the cause of inflammation in the body that causes arthritis, chronic pain and skin problems?  Neither is true.  Actually, research shows that omega-6 fatty acids are good for the body because they have anti- inflammatory effects.

Omega-6, found in shellfish, poultry and eggs, reduces the risk of developing heart diseases and diseases related to arthritis and dermatitis.  Do not stop eating meat, dairy, and eggs because you think they are bad.  What is bad is overindulgence in any one food.  Whether you are a carnivore (meat eater), omnivore (all-eater) or vegetarian, harmonizing your diet is the key.

Tips on how to Balance Omega 3 and Omega 6 Fatty Acids:

  • Change cooking oil
  • Reduce consumption of fried foods
  • Reduce solid fats
  • Eat fish twice a week
  • Limit processed foods

Omega-6 foods like meat should be balanced with omega-3 foods like fish, flax or cod liver oil.   These fatty acids must be gained through food intake because the body cannot make them.  They are needed for cognitive function, immune response and other functions.  However, if these fatty acids are not consumed in the proper amounts, many of the health benefits are void.

If you are not eating enough Omega rich food consider Standard Process Cod Liver Oil.

Benefits of Cod Liver Oil:

  • Supports healthy eyes and skin
  • Provides support for bone, tooth and musculoskeletal health
  • May reduce the risk of coronary heart disease
  • Supports the body’s natural inflammatory response

Cod Liver Oil is an ideal way to supplement your diet with vitamins A and D and omega 3 fatty acids.

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