In this article, we will talk about the daily need for fats in the diet, about which Omega 3 fatty acids are ideal, and how wild northern fish is scientifically turned into a source of health for children and adults. Happy reading!

Why do we need fats in our daily diet?

There is an opinion that for weight loss you need to eat only lean meat and fish, fresh vegetables and drink more water. Fair enough, but partly: regardless of goals, a balanced diet is important, so fats, along with proteins and carbohydrates, are one of the main nutrients for the normal functioning of the body.

In this case, fats perform a number of functions:

What fats are good?

There are only 2 types of fatty acids: saturated (animal) and unsaturated (animal and vegetable).

They are also divided into healthy (unsaturated) and harmful (saturated) fats.

What is their main difference?

In bad saturated fats, the atoms are completely saturated with hydrogen. Rather, it is not saturated fats themselves that are harmful, but their high content of trans fats, which cause heart disease (increase the risk of heart attack, heart attack and stroke), diabetes and obesity problems. They are found in fatty meat and dairy products. This does not mean at all that such products should not be in the diet — their reasonable consumption and dietary diversity are important.

On the contrary, healthy or non-saturated fats are distinguished by the fact that their molecules are not saturated with hydrogen, while they are indispensable for the human body and they are usually found in seafood (Omega 3) and vegetable products: nuts, vegetable oils and fresh vegetables ( Omega 6 and Omega 9).

What are the healthiest non-saturated fats?

Omega 6 and Omega 9 polyunsaturated fatty acids are found in all vegetable oils and fresh vegetables, therefore, as a rule, they are not deficient for the human body.

But Omega 3 As a rule, insufficient amounts of fatty acids are supplied with food, as a result of which there is a decrease in the efficiency of the brain, problems with the skin and hair appear, and the metabolic process slows down.

Omega 3 fatty acids are found in fish and seafood, as well as plant foods.

What are Omega-3 fatty acids?

This is a group of unsaturated fatty acids, which includes 11 polyunsaturated fatty acids, 3 of which are essential: Alpha-linolenic acid (ALC), Eicosapentaic acid (EPC), Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).

Alpha linolenic acid or ALC — the most common in our diet and found in plant foods: spinach, soy, legumes, nuts, chia seeds, flax and hemp. To ALC assimilated and become useful for the body, it should, after receipt, be transformed in our body into EPC or DHA. But only 1 to 10% ALC converted in the body in only 0.5% -5% DHA. And what remains of ALC after such an insignificant conversion, it is used (like all other fats) as an energy source for the body.

That is why the most valuable Omega 3 fatty acids, which have all the main beneficial properties, are EPC and DHAwhich are often lacking in our diet.

EPA and DHA

Main source EPC is fatty fish — salmon, mackerel, herring, eel, sardines, cod liver, seafood, and grass-fed meat. EPC itself has anti-inflammatory properties and helps to cope with depression.

DHA found in the same products as EPCas well as in dairy products from the milk of grass-fed animals. DHA — an important structural component of the skin and the iris of the eyes, plays a vital role in improving the functioning of the brain, reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, reduces the amount of bad cholesterol and is an excellent cancer prevention, complicating the survival of cancer cells.

That’s why Omega 3 fatty acids are so important and must be present in the daily diet.

How to choose the best Omega 3?

Due to the geographical location and clean environment, the best fish has always been found in Japan, Iceland and Norway, so it is not surprising that the world’s major leaders in production and export Omega 3 fish oil are considered precisely these countries.

There are relatively few such industries, but they are all included in the organization GOED (Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s) which brings together bona fide manufacturers Omega 3 fish oils worldwide. One of the few Icelandic companies that is part of GOEDis the production LYSI.

LYSI is one of the best and largest companies in Iceland since 1938, the production of which is located in the city of Reykjavik, not far from the place where the fish are caught. That is why only high-quality ingredients that meet international standards are used in production. FOS and MCSand the entire production cycle, from the moment the fish is caught, is controlled according to the standard HACCP . Production is carried out using a unique multi-stage purification technology in accordance with strict requirements of standards FSSC 22000 and GMP (API).

The process of creating some of the best omega-3 supplements in the world goes through 6 main steps:

That is why in Omega-3 from the brand tree of life uses the company’s high quality fish oil LYSI.

Encapsulated Omega-3 Forte and Omega-3 Forte+

Omega-3 Forte and Omega-3 Forte+ these are complexes of high-quality polyunsaturated fatty acids in capsules, the source of which is fish oil from an Icelandic manufacturer LYSI.

The main and most valuable components of Omega-3 are fatty acids. EPA and DHA (EPC and DHA) and complexes Omega-3 Forte and Omega-3 Forte+ distinguished by their high content per serving.

Also, in production Omega-3 Forte and Omega-3 Forte+ uses fish oil of exceptional quality with a low percentage of acidity, so it can be taken by children from 3 years old!

For the convenience of daily use, you can choose:

Omega-3 Forte 60 capsules and Omega-3 Forte 120 capsules

Mode of application:

Take 2 capsules 2 times daily with meals. This will reduce the sensation of fishy taste after ingestion. If the taste of fish oil does not cause you discomfort, then, of course, you can take it at any time convenient for you.

Omega-3 Forte + 30 capsules

Mode of application:

Take 1 capsule 2 times daily with meals. This will reduce the sensation of fishy taste after ingestion. If the taste of fish oil does not cause you discomfort, then, of course, you can take it at any time convenient for you.

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