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Are You Getting Enough Omega 3 EPA & DHA from Nuts & Seeds?

A Vegan / Vegetarian diet is a conscious diet. One that celebrates healthy food and sustainability.

This blog is written in response to many posts written on Vegan & Vegetarian Groups regarding some foods. Whilst being described as vegan, and therefore appealing, they not have much, if any nutritional content.

Rather, processed ingredients and chemicals which do not include meat by-products. Unfortunately, whilst these products can technically be advertised as vegan, they will not necessarily nutritionally support a healthy diet.

A big observation with a vegan/ vegetarian lifestyle is that one of the most ESSENTIAL ingredients we all MUST have for good health is Omega 3, and it is just not being met!

This is because the misnomer is that there is enough Omega 3 in nuts, seeds and a plant-based diet. However, for all the nuts and seeds such as Chia and Flax which do contain omega 3 – they conversely do NOT have enough absorb-able EPA & DHA required for optimum health.

Hence (UK) government guidelines suggest eating 3 portions of oily fish a week in order to receive the required amounts of EPA & DHA to reduce the risk of disease.

EFSA, (European Food Standards Agency) have officially stated that Omega 3 reduces the risk of Heart Disease. Here is a link to their statement on the health benefits of taking Omega 3, EPA & DHA. https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/press/news/120727

As a vegan, the concept of harming and eating fish is abhorrent to consider. But there are algae alternatives that do carry the required amounts of EPA & DHA. After all, the fish derive it from algae!

nuIQue was one of the first producers of Algae Derived Vegan Omega 3. The Algal Oil is contained in a gold standard vegetarian capsule, and contains enough levels of pure, concentrate EPA and DHA to support you in your good health. http://www.nuique.com/omega3/

So, for any vegan/ vegetarian folk who are sensing or noticing that their health is not tip top – please at least try adding this essential nutrient Omega 3 into your diet – vegan style with an Algae Oil.

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Omega-3 Fatty Acids: An Essential Contribution – Harvard, School of Public Health

It is always exciting to find a well written report or study regarding the very thing that you’re passionate about, particularly when you sell that very thing!

nuIQue offers Vegan Omega 3 to a market of health conscious individuals who make perhaps -disciplined – dietary choices.

Unfortunately though, there is misnomer that eating Flax or Chia Seeds will provide Omega 3. BUT… those seeds do not provide enough absorbable DHA & EPA required by the body!

If you do not eat oily fish, then what to do?

nuIQue was actually one of the first companies to market Vegan Omega 3, recognising a gap in the market for Vegan & Vegetarian Omega 3.

Oily fish only contain Omega 3 because they eat algae, so cut out the fish, and go straight to source!

It is now a growing fact that Omega 3 is ESSENTIAL to lower the risk of heart disease, visual and brain health – let alone the benefits in foetal development.

Here is an excellent article written by Harvard, School of Public Health regarding Omega 3, here is an excerpt

“What makes omega-3 fats special? They are an integral part of cell membranes throughout the body and affect the function of the cell receptors in these membranes. They provide the starting point for making hormones that regulate blood clotting, contraction and relaxation of artery walls, and inflammation. They also bind to receptors in cells that regulate genetic function. Likely due to these effects, omega-3 fats have been shown to help prevent heart disease and stroke, may help control lupus, eczema, and rheumatoid arthritis, and may play protective roles in cancer and other conditions.”

For the rest of the study https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/omega-3-fats/

Trouble Sleeping? Omega-3 to the Rescue!

Do You Typically Get Less Than 6 Hours Sleep a Night?

If so, You are One of the Millions Whose
Health is At Risk Due to Lack of Sleep

Sleeping-on-keyboardDid you know that Insomnia is considered to be an epidemic of our modern world?

Bullet  1 in 3 of us have it…

Bullet  40% and 60% of those over 60 suffer from it

Bullet  1 in 4 of us are “clinically” affected

Bullet  Women suffer 3 times as much as men

And what if you could improve your sleep – naturally – with a supplement considered to be “essential” to our health anyway?  Would that be of interest to you?

I will be telling you all about the latest research which shows this to be the case, but first, consider the impact of insomnia on our lives, jobs, families and country.

The Frightening Impact of a Sleep-Deprived Nation

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the USA: “Insufficient Sleep is a Public Health Epidemic.”

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Because insufficient sleep is directly linked to:

  • Motor vehicle collisions causing death and injury
  • Industrial disasters
  • Medical and other occupational errors
  • It costs the nations’ health systems BILLIONS each year
  • Approximately 10 million people in the US need prescription sleep aids every night

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Bullet  Then there’s the impact on our quality of life

According to the Great British Sleep Survey, which interviewed 11,129 adults, of those who had trouble sleeping they saw their lack of sleep as the cause of:

  • 93% low energy levels
  • 83% mood problems
  • 77% problems concentrating
  • 64% being less productive at work
  • 55% relationship difficultiesSleep---financial-implicati

Bullet  And let’s not forget reduced productivity and the financial costs – both private, public and government (see sidebar: “Financial Implications” from the CDC in America).

Bullet  But perhaps the most terrifying of all is the DIRECT impact of insomnia on our mortality.

According to the Daily Mail – just a few days ago (9th August 2015):

The Risk of Early Death in the Over 40’s Is Increased by 12% Due to Lack of Sleep

People who sleep for less than 6 hours a night (which accounts for more than 1/3 of the general population) are 12% more likely to die prematurely than those who sleep for 6 – 8 hours.

(Interestingly, “more is not better”, as results also showed that those who get more than 8 hours are even more (30%) likely to die prematurely!)

There is a well-documented connection between insufficient sleep and increased risk Sleepy-with-coffeeof chronic, “lifestyle” diseases, such as:

  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension (high blood pressure)
  • Heart Disease
  • Stroke
  • Depression
  • Obesity
  • Cancer

Although these correlations have long been recognised, it has not been understood why.  New research may shine a light on a very plausible explanation:

Insufficient Sleep Actually Changes Your DNA

A study from the University of Surrey in the UK showed that a lack of sleep has a direct effect on the activity of over 700 genes in our bodies.

Since DNA is actually the “instructions” for cells as they function and reproduce, any changes due to lack of sleep (or anything else) will affect all the replicating cells and therefore how the body functions as a whole.

DNAThe study analysed the blood of 26 people.  During the first week of the study, the participants were only allowed to sleep UP TO 6 hours a night.  During the second week, they were allowed to sleep an average of 8.5 hours.

When the blood samples were compared, the activity of hundreds of genes 711 to be exact – were shown to have been dramatically affected.  Everything from the immune system, to our stress response and inflammation levels.

What was most disturbing was that – after a week of insufficient sleep – the change in genetic activity was 7 times greater. This shows a cumulative effect of insomnia… even after as little as a week.  7 days = 7 times.  Coincidence?

Prof Colin Smith, from the University of Surrey, concluded that: “Clearly sleep is critical to rebuilding the body and maintaining a functional state.”

Without it, all kinds of damage appears to occur, which may explain why lack of sleep is linked to so many diverse and seemingly unrelated diseases.

Considering, as the researchers noted, that many people get even LESS sleep than those in the study, there are even greater implications on our health.

Plus Lack of Sleep Makes Us Fatter

With over 50% the population overweight or obese, this is a highly relevant health concern.

There is a direct correlation between sleep deprivation and obesity, with insomniacs being 27% more likely to become overweight or obese than people who sleep well.

Lack of sleep upsets the delicate balance of the hormones, which regulate our appetites and metabolism.  Leptin and Ghrelin are particularly affected, which regulate our appetites and give us the “stop eating now, you’re full” signal – or not, as the case may be!

They also affect the melatonin (sleep hormone) levels which are directly related to the quality and quantity of our sleep.  This was shown in a recent study in which healthy children were given Omega-3 supplements to see the effect on their sleep problems, and the results were astounding!

But we’ll come onto that in just a bit….

Britons Face Serious Health Risks as Over
Half the Over-40’s Fail to Get Enough Sleep

More than half – precisely 51.3% – of those over the age of 40 qualify as “insomniacs”.  A quarter of those have suffered for over 11 years.

We have seen conclusive proof that persistent poor sleep elevates the risk of developing many chronic illnesses – the 2 greatest areas of concern being diabetes and depression.

For a country with a National Health Service, such as the UK, the implications are glaring and terrifying.  The NHS needs to take immediate action to reduce insomnia – and it appears that they may actually be doing so.

The Daily Mail tells us that the Government is launching a new campaign to target sleep in the over 40’s.

Historically, there is a lack of research within this particular age bracket; it is thought that the middle aged (40 – 60) are often neglected as research tends to focus more on children and the elderly.

But biologically, this is the optimal time for intervention, as the body is still receptive and capable of regeneration.

Experts agree that physical and cognitive decline are NOT inevitable.  Indeed it is thought that only 20-30% of what we consider “ageing” is actually biological; the majority instead is due to “deterioration”, which can be actively managed or prevented by lifestyle choices.

If lack of sleep can change 711 different genes in just one week, then just imagine the positive impact on our genes if we get enough sleep!

This new campaign is aimed at addressing the situation holistically, encouraging adults in mid-life to make seven lifestyle changes –

  • stopping smoking
  • reducing alcohol consumption
  • taking more exercise
  • improving diet
  • reducing stress
  • improving sleep
  • checking for common signs and symptoms of disease

And this is a fantastic step in the right direction.

But one of the most important considerations seems to be going unnoticed:

Recent research suggests that Omega-3 could be highly effective in helping you enjoy a good night’s sleep.  With such significant results, shouldn’t we add “supplement with Omega-3” to the list of lifestyle changes above?

PillsOmega-3:
Proven to Help Children Sleep

In a ground-breaking study of sleep problems in otherwise healthy children, Omega 3 from Marine Algae was proven to drastically improve:

  • Increased time of sleep – an extra hour per night!
  • Reduced bedtime resistance
  • Reduced Parasomnias (sleep disorders including abnormal movements, behaviors, emotions, perceptions and dreams that occur at any point in the sleep cycle)
  • Reduced sleep disturbance
  • Plus a whopping reduction of 7 fewer waking episodes

The positive effect of Omega 3 on sleep disturbances in kids with behavioural difficulties has been studied and proven in the past.

However, this NEW study conducted at Oxford University is the first to test the effects of Omega-3 on sleep disturbances in HEALTHY children.

The study observed 395 children between the ages of 7 and 9.  One group were given 600mg per day of Marine Algae Omega-3; the other group were given a placebo.

In just 4 months, results were so significant that the study was published in the Journal of Sleep Research.

Sleeping-familyAnd Omega-3 is something we should all be taking anyway!

It seems Professor Paul Montgomery, lead study author, agrees.  In his own words, he concludes that the study shows “yet another benefit of higher levels of Omega-3 DHA in the diet.”

A Better Night’s Sleep for the Whole Family

As discussed, the research has not extended out specifically to adult sleep patterns yet.

However, because DHA (a specific type of Omega-3) appears to have a direct effect on melatonin levels (the hormone that regulates sleep), it is considered that these sleep-inducing effects will be enjoyed by everyone.

As Professor Montgomery says, “Various substances made within the body from Omega-3… fatty acids have long been known to play key roles in the regulation of sleep.”EFSA - Omega 3 Health Claims for Heart Health

Lower DHA has been linked to lower levels of melatonin, which fits with the findings of this new study:  that sleep problems are greater in children with lower levels of DHA.

Although there is an agreed need for further specific studies on this, Prof Maretha Opperman says, “There are… strong indications that omega-3 fatty acids play an important role in (brain function).”

It is a well known fact that up to 97% of the brain is made up of Omega-3 fatty acids.  As such a major component of the actual physical structure of the brain and nervous system, Omega-3 has been proven extensively to have significant effects on all things to do with the brain:

  • Mood
  • Depression
  • Cognition
  • Depression
  • ADHD

Since 90% of people with clinical anxiety and depression also suffer with insomnia, and Prof Montgomery suggests he wouldn’t be surprised if they were linked.

Omega 3 is More than “Essential“; it’s Life-Changing!

Omega-3 has been extensively studied and documented to help over 60 different health conditions; it is a vital component for our overall health.

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It is always best to try and get nutrients from a food source as it’s how the body is designed for maximum absorption of nutrients.

So this means that – if you like fish and you don’t mind the risk of mercury build up (caution: pregnant women are encouraged NOT to eat fish anymore), then 2 – 3 servings of FATTY FISH (such as salmon or swordfish) per week are recommend intake levels.

The above study for sleep disturbances in children showed Omega-3 to be effective at much higher doses than the normal recommendation of 250 mg per day.  The study used 600 mg DHA in a combined supplement with EPA.

No natural food product (e.g. fish) contains such high amounts of DHA.  Indeed, even the strongest capsules of Omega-3 will contain a combination of DHA and EPA, and with a ratio of 1.5:1, so it’s important to be sure of exactly what you are taking.

NuIQue Marine Algae – the same source as used in this study – contains 187 mg pure DHA per dose of 2 vegecaps.

Pure Omega 3 from Algae DHA EPAMarine Algae is one of the most concentrated, purest forms of Omega-3 in its natural ratio  of DHA and EPA.

The beauty of algae is it is chemically identical to the Omega-3 in fish and krill oils.  Indeed, it is the very SOURCE of those oils, as it is the starting point on the food chain, upon which all the fish feed.

Plus it is 100% sustainable and eco-friendly.

  • No over-fishing
  • No killing
  • No damage to delicate eco-systems

If you could get the identical composition and ALL the health benefits of fish/krill oil from a pure, organically grown, natural source, why would you choose anything else?

FREE-bottleOther Ways You Can Help Yourself Sleep

There are other things you can do to improve your sleep:

  • Routine – According to behaivoural experts, routine is extremely important in “training” the body to sleep.  This means going to bed at the same time each night and waking up at the same time in the morning.
  • Avoid stimulants –
    • Caffeine
    • Large meals
    • Energy drinks
    • TV / video games (stimulate the brain)
    • Limit drinking anything for the 2 hours before bed (especially for those with active bladders and/or prostate problems)
  • Avoid state-altering substances
    • Alcohol (for some, alcohol may induce sleep quickly but it’s generally a poor quality sleep)
    • Nicotine
    • Drugs – prescription or recreational (taking your prescriptions before bed may be affecting your sleep).  I remember reading once that taking thyroxine at night increased its levels in the blood. So I did.  And didn’t sleep a wink!  Back to taking it in the mornings!!  If you must take prescriptions later in the day, try to do so earlier; I generally try not to take anything after 6:00 PM.

As you can see, sleep is possibly one of the most important elements of our health, longevity and quality of life.  Act now to ensure your health and that of your family by taking a high quality, Marine Algae Omega-3 supplement.  In the Western world, over 90% of us are deficient in it so it makes sense from all angles.

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All the best to you and your health 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Take Care of Your Heart Health with Pure Omega-3

Heart Disease is the #1 Killer of
Men AND Women Over the Age of 50

Omega=3 for the whole family
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25%
of You will Die from Cardiovascular Disease –
That’s 1 in every 4 people you know!

Think about this:  For every 4 people in your life – including yourself:  your parents, your children, your siblings, your extended family, your friends and your colleagues at work, one will die from a heart related problem.

Yet we don’t seem to be aware.

How can we be so ignorant when help is so EASY, so CHEAP and so READILY AVAILABLE!

“The education of Britons around preventative heart disease measures is essential to save lives”, said Dr. Hilary Jones during his Prime Life Survey Presentation

Studies Show that BILLIONS Could Be Saved if People Over 55 Supplemented their Diets with Omega-3!

Heart Disease affects all of us – to the tune of 19 Billion Pounds every year.

EFSA - Omega 3 Health Claims for Heart Health

EFSA Government Legislation States that Omega-3 has PROVEN Benefits for Heart Health (and much more).

This is the estimated cost of heart disease care for the NHS according to the British Heart Foundation (Cardiovascular Disease Statistics Factsheet 2015).

According to an economic report by Frost & Sullivan, billions (yes, with a “b”) could be saved in medical expenditures “if adults 55 years and older with coronary heart disease used Omega-3 supplements”.

And what does this supplementation cost?

The same report showed that a preventive intake is 1,000 mg DHA+EPA with an average daily cost of $0.25 (or around 18p) per person.

Whilst the NHS may not be willing to take a preventative stand by prescribing Omega-3 yet, doesn’t it make sense for us to take our health into our own hands?

Especially when it’s so simple to do so with Omega-3 Supplements:

  • Scientifically proven to reduce the 3 top risk factors for heart disease
  • 100% Natural
  • And costs as little as 18p a day!

Let me ask you this:  How much do YOU spend on your favourite coffee or drink every day?

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The proportion of the global population aged 60 years and over is predicted to double by the year 2050, yet for most, the last decades of life are affected by more and more health issues.

The leading one is Heart Disease…

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is an umbrella term for all diseases of the heart and circulation, including

  • heart disease
  • stroke
  • heart failure
  • cardiomyopathy
  • atrial fibrillation
  • Cardiovascular (heart and circulatory) disease causes more than a quarter of all deaths in the UK, or around 160,000 deaths each year.
  • Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) is the UK’s single biggest killer
  • 2.3 million people are living with CHD in the UK
  • There are up to 175,000 heart attacks in the UK each year; that’s one every 3 minutes.
  • We estimate 1.3 million people living in the UK have had a stroke – 650,000 men and 650,000 women. Almost half of these people are UNDER the age of 75.

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  • Over a quarter of adults in the UK have high blood pressure and as many as half of them are not receiving treatment for the condition.
  • Over HALF of adults in the UK have high blood cholesterol levels (5mmol/l or above).
  • Around a quarter of adults in the UK are obese and in addition more than a third are overweight (based on BMI).
  • Around 30 % of children in the UK are overweight or obese.
  • Only a quarter of adults – and one in 5 children – consume the recommended 5 portions of fruit and vegetables per day.
  • An estimated 22,000 deaths each year from cardiovascular disease can be attributed to smoking.
  • More than a third of men and over a quarter of women regularly exceed the government recommended limits for alcohol intake.

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Ladies, this includes you too!Heart Disease is the #1 killer of women over 50

Whilst we are all aware that heart disease is a major risk for men (believe it or not, men are actually twice as concerned about their heart health as women, but sadly they are 20% less likely to go to the doctor!), the ladies don’t seem to see the risk they face:

Women seem completely unaware that – over the age of 50 – heart disease is our #1 KILLER too.  Far more than all the cancer deaths we are running marathons for and cutting out bits of our bodies to prevent.

• Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, and is more deadly than all forms of cancer combined.
• Heart kills approximately one woman every minute.
• A massive 90% of women have one or more risk factors for developing heart disease.
• Since 1984, more women than men have died each year from heart disease.
• The symptoms of heart disease can be different in women than men, and are often misunderstood.
• While 1 in 31 women dies from breast cancer each year, 1 in 3 dies of heart disease.
Only 1 in 5 women believe that heart disease is her greatest health threat.
• Women comprise only 24 % of participants in all heart-related studies.

Dr. Mercola tells us that “Special attention should also be given to the fact that most women have major deficiencies of omega-3.”

It’s especially vital during pregnancy, as a study at the Mayo Clinic which focused specifically on pregnant women consuming “normal diets,” and it showed that ALL of them were deficient in omega-3 fats. This is particularly critical as the growing foetus can only get its vital Omega-3 from the mother’s diet.

We are not stupid but we do seem to be “in denial” when it comes to the realities of heart disease.

 So, what’s the bottom line?

Think about it:  Would you keep using a vacuum cleaner with a completely full bag?

Omega 3 helps keep our arteries healthy and functioningThat’s basically what’s happening when we allow our arteries to clog up.

All the vital processes which keep us alive become more and more impeded – much like the full bag in your vacuum.

Most people fail to consume sufficient amounts of omega-3 fats, which – according to Dr. Mercola – makes Omega-3 DEFICIENCY likely to be the 6th biggest killer.

This deficiency can cause or contribute to serious mental and physical health problems, and may be a significant underlying factor of up to 96,000 premature deaths each year.

Omega-3 DHA and EPA (and Thiamine – Vitamin B1) are the ONLY nutrients that contribute to normal function of the heart – as stated by the EC (European Commission, Commission Regulation (EU) No. 432/2012)

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THE FACTS About Omega-3:

Taking Care of Your Heart is Taking Care of Each Other. Click here to order. NuIQueAccording to a recent study at Harvard University – Omega-3 fatty acid Deficiency is Officially One of the TOP 10 Causes of Death in Western society.

1.  Omega-3 is known as an “essential nutrient” – “essential” because:

  • it is an absolute necessity for optimal health
  • the body doesn’t make it itself, so we can only get it from our diets

2.  Heart disease is directly correlated with a deficiency in Omega-3.

3.  Omega-3 deficiency is EASILY reversed by sufficient intake of dietary Omega-3 (in food and/or supplements)

According to the Daily Mail, there have been numerous studies suggesting Omega-3 supplements boost heart health, but the most compelling evidence was a study last year published in the Journal Of The American College Of Cardiology in which Omega-3 oils help to prevent blood clotting and regulate or lower blood pressure.

The strongest heart-protective effect was found in patients who already have established cardiovascular disease.

Under guidelines issued by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), doctors are encouraged to prescribe Omega-3 supplements to patients after they have had a heart attack to prevent repeat attacks!

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 A Healthy Heart – The Natural Way

DHA and EPA Omega 3 for Heart Health

Omega-3 is a FAMILY of long-chain fatty acids that come in various forms. The two forms most directly related to health benefits are: DHA and EPA.

(Just so you know, these stand for docosahexaenoic acid and eicosapentaenoic acid, but no need to worry about that for now – most of us just refer to them as DHA and EPA.)

DHA and EPA are key components of the HEART – both its STRUCTURE and its FUNCTION.  They help to maintain normal HEART FUNCTION by:

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Making the ARTERY WALLS more flexible

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Reducing inflammation

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Reduces clotting in the blood

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Lowering blood pressure, which is considered one of the #1 risk factors for heart disease

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Lowering triglycerides (which are fats measured by doctors to indicate the risk of heart disease)

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Stopping the build-up of sticky stuff (plaque) on artery walls, which in turn…

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Reduces the rupturing of walls to break off and create clots in the blood

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Reducing the hardening of the walls so plaque doesn’t stick to it and build up

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Reducing the narrowing of the arteries so healthy blood flow is increased

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Maintaining flexibility of the walls, so they function properly

According to Dr. Mercola, studies have also shown that omega-3 fats are:

stock-vector-check-mark-vecAnti-arrhythmic (preventing or counteracting cardiac arrhythmia)

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Anti-thrombotic (prevents thrombosis or a blood clot within a blood vessel)

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Anti-atherosclerotic (preventing fatty deposits and fibrosis of the inner layer of your arteries)

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Anti-inflammatory (counteracting inflammation – the heat, pain, swelling, etc)

EU LEGISLATION AGREES:
“Omega-3 Contributes to Normal Heart Function

EFSA also declared Omega-3 to be effective for reducing the 2 main risk factors for heart disease: blood triglyceride levels and blood pressure.

EFSA - Omega 3 Health Claims for Heart HealthOmega-3 is the ONLY natural supplement to have EFSA approval for the following heart-health claims:

  • 250 mg per day – maintains healthy heart function
  • 2,000 mg per day – reduces blood triglyceride levels
  • 3,000 mg per day – reduces blood pressure levels

As you can see from the claims taken directly from the EFSA website, Omega-3 is ALSO considered a valuable nutrient for many other conditions too:

  • Normal Brain Function in both adults and children
  • Normal Vision in both adults AND children
  • Healthy development of Vision in Infants
  • Pregnant Mums and their Feotus
  • Breastfeeding Mums and their Infants

In fact, hundreds of scientific studies have show Omega-3 to have clinically significant beneficial effect on over 61 health conditions, including the Top 10 Most Scientifically Proven:

  • ADHD
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Anxiety
  • Arthritis
  • Autoimmune disease, including Rheumatoid Arthritis, Systemic Lupus
  • Cancer
  • Depression
  • Diabetes
  • Eczema
  • IBS – Inflammatory bowel syndrome
  • Macular degeneration
  • Weakened immunity

Everyone Agrees: Omega-3 is ESSENTIAL to our Health
So, How Do We Get It?

Supplements are an alternative to oily fish for Omega 3Well, of course – officially – we should be getting enough Omega-3 from eating the right type of fish twice a week.

Whilst there are no recommended daily levels as such for fish oils in Britain, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) and the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) say eating 2 portions (140g each) of fish, including one of oily fish, each week will meet most people’s needs – which is around 250mg of Omega-3.

Oily fish include salmon, tuna, mackerel, sardines, halibut and herring, and are rich in the 2 most important forms of Omega-3: DHA and EPA.  (Note, canned tuna does NOT count, as the processing reduces its omega-3 levels to those similar to white fish).

Why Nuts and Seeds are NOT Enough to get your Omega-3However, a recent survey of more than 3,000 Brits found that 40% of people never cook fish.

And, as Dr. Hilary points out, “Not everybody likes oily fish, and there’s also people worrying about mercury and PCB contamination in fish.  So actually supplements which come from algae (in other words vegetarian-based Omega-3) is a very sensible way to go.”

Dr Rafe Bundy, nutrition lecturer at Glasgow University agrees that, while whole foods are always preferable, “Getting your omega-3 from other sources is preferable to getting none”.

DHA sourced from algae has been available for quite some time, and is widely used in fortified foods, dietary supplements, and infant formulas.

However, not as many people know that there are algal sources of both DHA and EPA, which was introduced as a new dietary ingredient in 2011.

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Is Algae Oil as Good as Fish Oil?

Enter Maki and colleagues, who compared the effect of DHA + EPA on blood lipids from either a fish source or an algal source to placebo in a group of subjects with mildly elevated triglycerides.Pure Omega 3 from Algae DHA EPA

After 6 weeks of supplementation, triglycerides were significantly decreased by an equal average of 20% in both the algal and fish oil supplemented volunteers.

This not only shows that algae is equally as effective as fish oil but it also makes an extremely strong case for the massive health benefits of Omega-3 supplementation when these 2 groups are compared to the placebo (inert pill) who had a 3.5% INCREASE in their triglyceride levels!

To summarise the study, researchers stated: “Supplementation with DHA + EPA from either algal or fish sources delivered comparable heart health benefits, and both were significantly more effective than placebo.”

Algae provides all the Omega-3 you need, because fish that eat algae that their Omega 3 from the algae from lower down the food chain.

  • Algae suits everyone – including vegetarians and vegans
  • It has all the same high concentrates of the most important forms of Omega-3 (DHA and EPA) as Fish / Fish Oil
  • Is the common most commonly used source of Omega-3 in baby foods
  • It’s entirely sustainable and has no negative consequence on the environment
  • There’s no fishy taste (or burps!)

More Reasons to SupplementSupplements are an effective source of Omega 3

A team of doctors reporting in the Journal Of The American College Of Cardiology last year suggested there is now ‘compelling evidence’ for the benefits of Omega-3 and recommended people try to consume 500mg of omega-3 oil a day, while those with heart disease or heart failure take at least 800 to 1,000 mg per day in their diet.

Studies show that, on average, adults only consume between 90-120 mg of EPA and DHA per day,  which is significantly less than HALF of the conservative end of the 250-500 mg/day recommendations for omega-3 intake.

In such cases, additional supplements can bridge the gap.  Science has proven this to be true time and time again.

As Dr. Hilary said, “Supplements containing DHA/EPA Omega-3 can help make up for diet deficiencies”

One of the other main benefits of taking supplements is the consistency they offer.

Omega 3 Graph showing maximum absorption time

Br J Clin Pharmacol. 2012 Jul; 74(1): 60–65.

Even if you do eat fish, consider the spike of Omega-3 when you only eat it twice a week.  Compare that to a steady, daily intake and the benefits of this continual.

With a supplement we get them drip-fed, little by little over the course of the day – each and every day.

Omega-3 absorbed into the blood stream immediately with optimal absorption 6 hours after ingestion; after which it begins to drop off.

Therefore, by taking supplements you gain the additonal benefits of:

  • No peaks and valleys – spread across your day for better absorption / assimilation
  • Peak absorption in the blood has been show at 6 hours after taking; therefore you can more beneficially spread your intake over the 18 hours of waking by taking 3 per day.

So, Let Me Ask You This:

If there is something that costs less than a cup of coffee each day (much less),

AND – is 100% natural
and essential to your overall health

PLUS – is scientifically proven to help PROTECT and HEAL your heart,

and even the  EU legislation endorses it…

Doesn’t it make sense to take it?

It’s time to take our health seriously.  At the risk of being too provocative, what’s the point of looking good from the grave?

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Before Choosing Your Supplement, Consider This:

With absolutely everything to offer that fish oils have – plus many, many more benefits – algae oil makes sense for everyone, whether you’re vegetarian or just a planet-saving, concerned citizen!

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Algae is the “Alpha” of Omega-3!  It is the original source: where fish get their Omega-3pure algae oil, vegetarian, vegan omega 3 from!

stock-vector-check-mark-vec The perfect source (as nature intended)

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Forms of algae include chlorella, spirulina – all microorganisms full of natural highly concentrated, synthesized nutrition

stock-vector-check-mark-vec 100% natural and in the perfect ratio of DHA:EPA

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Easy absorbed

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Guaranteed activity levels

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Reasons NOT to eat fish oil, mercury, contaminationstock-vector-check-mark-vec Compared to Fish / Fish Oils – Algae contains NO contaminants (no mercury, PCB’s from the oceans)

stock-vector-check-mark-vec No questionable sources (mass-farming; over-crowding; undesirable feeding; bad conditions)

stock-vector-check-mark-vec No over-fishing. One has to consider the cost of all this killing of fish for the oil and its long-term costs.

stock-vector-check-mark-vec No fishy smell or taste (or fish-burps!)

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Compared to Krill – Algae means there are no devastating effects on the environment and other animals from vacuuming the ocean beds (which is totally unsustainable)

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Krill oil is much more expensive than algae oil yet both are equally effective

Most importantly there is NOT a single benefit from any other source that is not met by Algae

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Algae contains the exact same active ingredients (if not better due to purity and controlled conditions of production): DHA and EPA

stock-vector-check-mark-vec The DHA and EPA are in the perfect ratio of 2:1, as they are in nature

stock-vector-check-mark-vec Therefore the exact same benefits100% Pure, Natural Algae Oil Omega 3

stock-vector-check-mark-vec It is pure and natural – the original source of omega-3 which is what the fish and krill feed on to get their omega-3 (why not cut out the poor middle fish who are dying unnecessarily)

stock-vector-check-mark-vec It is entirely sustainable with algae farms, which require nothing more than light and carbon dioxide to grow!

We need to help our planet in every way we can…

“If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem”

The Best Choice for Omega-3: Algae Oil

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Why NuIQue?

Benefits of NuIQue Vegetarian & Vegan Omega 3

 

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stock-vector-check-mark-vec Low cost – from as little as 18p a day for the average dose (2 capsules = 250 mg)

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Back to Beauty –

We promised you more on this, so here it is…

As Dr. Hilary points out:

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Omega-3 fatty acid deficiency can negatively affect your appearance.  We know many of the biological mechanisms whereby a deficiency or inadequate intake of omega-3s affect hair growth and skin tone and elasticity and wound healing.

Bullet The deficiency of EPA and DHA in diet contributes to skin conditions such as dandruff, thinning hair, eczema and psoriasis, as well as age spots and sun spots.

Bullet One of the biggest reasons Omega-3 leads to healthier skin is because it reduces inflammation.  Several studies have found that supplementing your diet with Omega-3 can reduce the appearance of acne and eczema.

Bullet A recent study out of Europe found Omega-3 supplements to be an effective treatment for psoriasis; whilst another study published out of the University of Manchester discovered Omega-3 to reduce the risk of skin cancer.

Bullet “It’s definitely true that diet can play an important role in all skin conditions — not just helping combat wrinkles and lines, but other skin problems as well, including acneeczemapsoriasis — even dry, flaking or very oily skin,” says biochemist Elaine Linker, PhD, co-founder of DDF skin care.

“These fatty acids are responsible for the health of the cell membrane, which is not only what acts as the barrier to things that are harmful, but also the passageway for nutrients to cross in and out and for waste products to get in and out of the cell,” says Ann Yelmokas McDermott, PhD, a nutritionist at the Jean Mayer USDA, Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University in Boston.

In addition, McDermott says that since the membrane is what influences the cells ability to hold water, having a nice, healthy barrier yields moister, softer, more subtle, and more wrinkle-free skin.

Bullet Not only that, but French researchers published a study on women who were given Omega-3 oil daily versus a placebo.  After two months, the Omega-3 group had a significant reduction in belly fat.

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