Omega 3 fatty acids serve a number of important roles in our body, being responsible for the proper functioning of various biological processes including;
Reduce triglyceride levels in blood, preventing heart diseases;
Restore appropriate cholesterol balance by increasing good cholesterol levels
Are essential for the proper functioning of the brain and the central nervous system. T
Strongly affect cell metabolism, accelerating the use and conversion of energy nutrients (resting metabolism).
Regulate insulin levels.
Demonstrate a beneficial effect in rheumatoid arthritis and other forms of arthritis.
Provide the body with building components for the production of anti-inflammatory hormones, strengthening the immune system and protecting the body against infections.
Significantly improve the health of skin, hair and nails.
These statements are not be taken or interpreted as professional medical advice. It is recommended that clients always speak to a qualified healthcare professional and such supplements are not to be used instead of medical treatment.