Ingredient: Marine Fish Oil

Benefits Of Marine Fish Oil

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Supports Heart Health

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Improves Skin

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Helps Treating Mental Disorders

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Improves Attention

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Helps In Weight Loss

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Improves Bone Health

Marine Fish Oil

The essential Omega 3 PUFAs from the ALA family after conversion into the longer chain derivatives are known as EPA, Eicosapentaenoic Acid (20:5n-3) and DHA, Docosahexaenoic Acid (22:6n-3). Marine fish oil is beneficial because it naturally contains rich amounts of these very essential “elongated” Poly Unsaturated Fatty Acids. This is the reason why eating oily marine fish is so essential for good health, immunity and longevity.

Not all fish are the same. The primary types of marine fish potent in Omega 3 EPA and DHA are Anchovies, Sardines, Mackerel, Herring, Tuna and Salmon. These are found in certain areas of ocean waters to which they are endemic.

A significant pure, clean and sustainable source for cold water wild crafted Anchovies are off the coast of Peru and the Peruvian Government is very sensitive to their environment and the amount of fishing that is done in its ocean waters each year so as to maintain a healthy population of the wild Anchovies. This is one of the best sources across the globe for getting high quality Omega 3. This is the very marine fish oil contained in Nature’s Digest products such as Omegaswift Hi-Strength Omega 3-6-9.

As the parent fatty acids described in more detail in Understanding Omega 3 and Omega 6, being ALA and LA share the same pathway for metabolism, excessive intake of bad fats such as the pro-inflammatory Omega 6 found in refined vegetable oils or Trans Fats found as hydrogenated vegetable oils or partially hydrogenated vegetable oils in packaged foods and margarines, can compete within the body for the resources for desaturation into their derivatives (EPA, DHA and GLA) and hence lead to lesser levels of good ones (Mahfouz, Johnson, & Holman 1980).

A source of EPA and DHA being marine fish oil consumed either as part of your diet or by supplementation bypasses the delta-6-desaturase enzyme for lengthening and conversion as it is in itself a direct input of EPA and DHA. As a side note, evening primrose oil is an excellent source of the omega-6 fatty acid, GLA.

This is what makes supplementation a simple solution. Nature’s Digest provides high-grade formulations of specific fatty acids required at a later stage of the metabolic pathway directly in its Brainswift for Adults and Kids and Omegaswift Hi-Strength Omega 3-6-9 supplements. Taking these supplements will ensure you get a direct input of these vital nutrients.

Everything we do is based on scientific fact. From understanding the formulation of essential fatty acids to how the body works, we take every piece of research into account before we formulate at optimum dosages that is both efficacious and economical in value to dose ratio for you. 

The benefits of EPA are:

Hair and skin – EPA and DHA can give skin and hair cells greater fluidity and flexibility. The skin’s cutaneous permeability barrier is maintained, helping to prevent trans-dermal water loss that results in dry skin (Ziboh & Chapkin 1987).

Circulatory system – EFAs (Essential fatty acids such as PUFAs) are important in oxygen transfer, red blood cell production, and control of nutrient passage through cell membranes. EFA’s may help maintain a healthy heart (Tavazzi et al. 2008).

Mind and Nervous system – About 30% of the dry weight of the brain and eyes are comprised of EFAs. EPA is thought to play a prominent role in the function of the established brain, via the creation of chemical messengers that influence cellular communication. Beyond the first establishment of the brain structures and interconnections of neurons in the central nervous system, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids can influence brain function throughout life by modifications of neuronal membrane fluidity, and thus the activity of membrane-bound enzymes, number and affinity of receptors, function of neuronal membrane ion channels, and production of neurotransmitters and brain peptides. A supply is crucial for retinal and brain cell function (Eilander et al. 2007).

Endocrine system, Digestive System and Musculoskeletal system – There is also some evidence to suggest that EFAs may also have a role to play in helping maintain a healthy hormonal balance, gastrointestinal tract and musculoskeletal system (Burrin & Stoll 2002;Watkins et al. 2007).

Reproductive system – Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids are rapidly incorporated into the nervous tissue of the of retina and brain during the brain’s growth spurt, which mainly takes place from the last trimester of pregnancy up to 2 years of age. Because of low dietary intake of LCPUFA, there is great concern about a possible insufficient supply of LCPUFA during late prenatal, early postnatal stages and the first years of infancy that may affect cognition.

Pregnancy – DHA is important during pregnancy and early infancy for brain and eye development. EPA is crucial from early childhood and throughout life, possibly impacting on brain function. Mainly DHA, PUFAs are rapidly incorporated in the nervous tissue of retina and brain during early development (Marszalek & Lodish 2005). In order to assure an optimal provision of PUFAs throughout child development, supplementation with DHA, should start in a prenatal stage. Therefore, pregnant women should be supplemented in late pregnancy, so that optimal amounts of PUFAs are provided to the foetus through the umbilical blood, Continuing supplementation of post-weaning children has been shown to support and accelerate the brain development of children and increase their mental capacity (Richardson & Montgomery 2005; Ryan & Nelson 2008; Sinn & Bryan 2007).

Our Supplements for older children such as Brainswift contain EPA well as DHA and this can be taken by pregnant women as well especially in late pregnancy and post delivery during breast feeding, because both mediate physiological responses that may positively influence brain function.

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