Blog / Nutrition / Omega 3 / June 16, 2017

It’s a powerful antioxidant and one of the strongest anti-inflammatories on earth. In fact, science shows it’s 65 times stronger than vitamin C at fighting free radicals. And… 800 times that of popular coenzyme CoQ10! Discover astaxanthin benefits, dosing and more in our latest post…

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Today, I’m so excited to finally offer a practical solution to reduce inflammation DIRECTLY with safe and natural foods. It’s called Triple Power Omega 3 Fish Oil and It’s truly a game-changer!   And it could be the missing link to your health problems – and certainly has been proven to reduce a host of disease states in your future.   In several of my recent emails to you I’ve covered the 3 most powerful anti inflammatory foods on the planet.   They are: fish oil, astaxanthin, and curcumin from turmeric root.  Not only are they anti inflammatory but each of them are antioxidants too – so they scavenge the free radicals that age and damage our cells.  No wonder each of these superfoods has STACKS of human studies showing wide ranging health benefits – and Triple Power gives you…

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This article will explain how to use your Omega-6: Omega-3 diet diary, which was briefly explained in the last article, “How To Determine YOUR Omega 3 Needs.” To determine how much supplemental EPA/DHA you need for optimal health, what matters most is that you are consuming enough EPA/DHA to maintain proper balance with your intake of AA. Experts vary in their opinion of what this optimal balance should be. Many say a ratio of omega-6: omega-3 of 4:1 is good; others believe that the optimal balance is 2:1. How much of the parent compounds of the omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids — linoleic acid (LA) is the parent omega-6 and alpha linolenic acid (ALA) is the parent omega-3 — you are consuming has much less impact on your omega-6: omega-3 ratio than how much of the pro-inflammatory omega-6 fatty acid,…

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What are your omega 3 needs? Well, the answer is different for each individual. But don’t fret. This article will help you determine how much omega-3s you need each day. The amount you need to achieve an omega-6: omega-3 ratio of no greater than 4:1.   One way to do this is to take the dose recommended on the label of the omega-3 supplement you choose. After three months, check to see where your omega-6: omega-3 ratio is by re-taking the Omega Quant Omega-3 Index test. Then, you will have enough information to estimate your omega-3 dosage needs. But, if you want to determine more precisely what your optimal omega-3 dose should be… You’ll need to do the following exercise, which will take you about 10 minutes each day for 5 days. But more on that in a minute. Why…

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