Benefits of Forever Arctic Sea & Omega 3
Forever Arctic sea is a blend of natural fish and calamari oil that contains the essential fatty acids EPA ( Eicosapentaenoic Acid ) which contribute to the normal function of the heart and DHA ( Docosahexaenoic Acid ) contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function.
Omega-3 and omega-6 are two types of fat that are essential for human health. However, the typical American consumes far too many omega-6 fats in their diet while consuming very low omega-3 levels.
Forever Arctic Sea is a breakthrough in terms of a balanced supplement, using both vegetable and mercury-free pharmaceutical-grade fish oils to derive the benefit of each. Omega-3 is an essential polyunsaturated fatty acid found in Salmon and other Seafood.
What are Omega 3 Fatty Acids?
omega 3 fatty acids are a group of polyunsaturated fatty acids that are important for a number of functions in the body. omega 3 fatty acids EPA & DHA are found in seafood, such as fatty fish like Salmon Fish, Tuna, and Shellfish. It helps to reduce depression and also helps to develop brain health during pregnancy.
Omega -3 fatty acids are a vital part of every cell in the body
- Help lower risk of heart disease (when part of a healthy lifestyle)
- Help lower triglyceride levels (when part of a healthy lifestyle).
- Support eye health and help reduce the risk for age-related vision problems.
- Helps in Weight Management
- Lessen the chances of sudden cardiac death in people with heart health issues.
- Forever Arctic Sea benefits heart health because omega-9 has been shown to increase HDL Cholesterol ( the good cholesterol) and decrease LDL(the bad cholesterol). Each Softgel has an EPA content of 225 mg and 150 mg each of DHA and Oleic acid all of which are essential for proper functions. Vitamin E is added as an antioxidant to keep the fatty acids from going rancid and becoming toxic themselves. Forever Arctic Sea is needed in the development of the Brain. Omega 3 helps to improve the Immune system and protect us from an array of Alzheimer’s diseases.