Morter Supplements Omega 3 Formula
review by N J Howell
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You get 600 mg or essential Omega 3 fatty acids in one serving of Alka Omega 3 formula, from wild caught Alaskan sockeye salmon. In addition, this formula includes vitamn D.
Including Omega 3 fatty acids in your daily diet may help lower blood pressure and blood trigyceride levels as well as giving support for healthy cardiovascular health. Regular use over time may help reduce your risk of certain heart problems including stroke, heart attack and the build up of plaque in your arteries.
The Alka Omega 3 formula does not contain soy. I love this, as my body simply will not tolerate soy unless it is fermented and organic. The Morter supplement combo includes a good balance of DHA (220mg) and EPA (240mg) and the manufacturing process does not include any kind of chemicals like hexane. The salmon oil is cold-filtered, allowing for whole, balanced nutrition. Users report no salmon-flavored aftertaste.
Omega 3's and Joint Pain: Many who add Omega 3 fatty acids to their daily health regimen also report the benefit of reduced joint pain. In particular, this may be true if your supplement sources from Wild Alaska sockeye salmon because the Alaskan salmon contains quite a lot of a natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant (reduces oxidative stress) substance called Astaxanthin. In addition to it's impact on inflammation, Astaxanthin is receiving attention for possible positive impact on certain types of cancer, Alzhemier's, etc. Also, Astaxanthin may act as a preventative in some cases, to help prevent kidney stones, stomach ulcers and asthma.
Health Disclaimer: Check with your doctor before taking an omega 3 fatty acids formula if you are diabetic or taking any type of blood thinner. Other conditions may also warrant attention so check with doctor if under a doctor's care before adding omega 3's. The health benefits of Omega 3 fatty acids include anti-inflammatory properties, cholesterol balancing properties, anti-coagulation properties, cardiovascular health benefits and blood pressure lowering potential. Wholistic health advocates have been joined by medical doctors in touting the benefits of fatty acids in the diet. However, they are not being represented here as replacement for medication your doctor may also recommend.