Fish oil

Fish oil

Fish oil derived from fatty fish’s like trout, salmon and herring contain omega 3 poly saturated fatty acid which has many benefits, as these are not naturally produced in our body.

To list down a few advantages:

Adequate amount of intake of fish oil regularly increases your insulin sensitivity and metabolism, which in turns helps you fight the world’s greatest challenge of obesity and other heart related conditions.

Fish oil is known to have anti-inflammatory properties. Inflammations caused by fat cells are the cause of delayed healing, obesity and customary illness. It helps you fight all these ailments as well as enhances your body composition.

Recent studies have shown that children who suffer from the attention deficit disorder can get some help with the fish oil. It increases their attention span and focus, although it shouldn’t be replaced with their medicines but taken along with them.

One of its primary properties is to reduce the level of triglycerides in our body.

Fish oil decreases cortisol level in our body which tricks the body to think it’s anabolic and thus promotes muscle growth.

Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil can reduce symptoms of rosacea that can be described as the red blotchy patches and the swollen capillaries on your face. Having fish oil capsules can promote your health and look of the skin. It even helps in case of eczema.

Fish oil has established itself as an effective measure against colon, breast and prostate cancer. Omega 3 helps in the maintenance of normal healthy cells and detains them from mutating into harmful cellular growth and cancerous tumors.




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