Omega 3 in Pearls 1 gr
Omega-3 composition: H 20/50 EE 1000.0 mg 200 mg EPA, 500 mg DHA
Technically, Omega 3 are polyunsaturated fatty acids which, from the chemical point of view, have the characteristic of having a double bond in position 3 (Omega 3) or in position 6 (Omega 6), of the chain that forms them. They are technically termed EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). These acids have precursors, that is, of the substances that after the introduction into our organism are transformed, specifically the linoleic acid is the precursor of the fatty acid omega 6, while the linolenic acid is the precursor of the fatty Acid Omega 3. They Are essential fatty acids: With this term we mean that our organism is not able to synthegrade them, and therefore the introduction through the diet is absolutely fundamental.
As regards the biological functions in the human organism, it is highlighted by the most recent acquisitions and scientific studies, carried out on this subject, it is possible to argue that, among the protective effects of the Omega 3 most relevant benefits are Definitely:
- Anti-platelet action (antithrombotic effect), i.e. reduce the possible formation of blood clots.
- Control of the plasma level of lipids, especially triglycerides.
- Controlling blood pressure, maintaining fluid cell membranes, and giving elasticity to the arterial walls
Omega 3 Food
- Seeds and Flax oil
- Nuts and cereals
- Green leafy Vegetables
- Fish oil
- Some legumes
- Algae and algal oil
Cholesterol, Triglycerides and Heart Benefits
They lengthen life and help from this point of view especially for the elderly, according to the most recent scientific researches. High levels of essential fatty acids in our body help us to reduce the risk of mortality. The results obtained by researchers support the importance of adequate blood levels for cardiovascular health and suggest that in the long run these benefits could actually extend the remaining years of life
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