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Omega-3 Fish Oil

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Nueva Life Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil

Nueva Life, Your Source For Quality Omega-3 Products, offers the finest Pharmaceutical Grade Omega-3 Fish Oil available. The important benefits of Omega-3 have been proven in thousands of independent studies by universities, governments, and health organizations. Because of such research, people around the world are now taking fish oil for reasons ranging from brain development, mild depression and heart function to arthritis and our immune systems. No wonder Omega-3 is among the fastest growing nutritional supplements in the United States!

Omega-3 Benefits

Balance  colesterrol

Healthy HeartBalance Cholesterol Blood Pressure 

Improve Memory

Mood Support
Improve Memory
Focus & Clarity
Brain Food 

Reduce inflametion

Healthy Joints
Reduce Inflammation
Bone Suppor

Vision Support

Dry Eyes

Shiny hair, Glowing Skin, Strong Nails

Shiny Hair
  Glowing Skin Strong Nails

1. 3X More Omega-3 = Results with Fewer Pills

Amount of Omega-3 Per Softgel

  • Omega-3 Fish oil has over 1500 mg Omega-3 per pill.*
  • That’s 20% More Omega-3 Than Prescription Lovaza
  • Clinically effective dose for triglycerides .
  • Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil = 85%+ Omega-3
Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil Supplement

Omega-3 - essential fatty acids in diet

The long-chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids DHA and EPA are popularly called omega-3. Supplementary intake of omega-3 is recommended in the western world, due to generally low dietary intake and omega-3’s health-promoting benefits. Benefits attributed to omega-3 include reduced risk and improved treatment outcomes regarding cardiovascular disease and inflammatory joint diseases. Better brain and central nervous system development, improved cognitive functioning, and improved skin health are additional benefits. Research indicates that even more omega-3 benefits for individuals will be identified and that greater intake can lead to better general health in western, industrialized cultures.

Phospholipids — key structural and functional roles

Phospholipid fatty acids are key structural components of human cells and cell organelles and play a vital role in membrane functioning. Systemic transport pathways and, especially, the transport of molecules across cell membranes and sub-cellular membranes involve phospholipids. Thus, the functioning of the body’s cells, tissues, and organs is affected by the bioavailability of various phospholipid fatty acids.

Fatty acids in the body — more than energy storage

The human body contains large amounts of fatty acids. A general distinction can be made: Phospholipid fatty acids are key structural and functional components of cells throughout the body, whereas specialized adipose tissue cells — the body’s energy storehouses —store triglyceride fatty acids. Because omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids cannot be synthesized in the body, dietary intake of these essential fatty acids influences their relative concentration in adipose tissue storage.

Changes in the Western diet - reduced intake of phospholipids

Food sources and their nutrient values have changed tremendously over the past century in western cultures. In fact, while the human genome most likely has changed insignificantly over the past 10,000 years, the foods eaten in industrialized countries are a far cry from the staples consumed when mankind evolved. Reasonable assumptions are that “primitive” diets provided phospholipids in greater abundance than the current Western diet and that humans evolved such that phospholipids are the preferred source of omega-3. The current Western diet provides only small amounts of phospholipids; dietary phospholipids represent only 5 percent of total lipid intake, of which very little is in the form of omega-3 phospholipids.


Omega-3 phospholipids and cardiovascular wellness

Omega-3 = EPA + DHA

 Omega-3 phospholipid EPA and DHA’s role in promoting cardiovascular wellness

Researchers have identified a link between the concentration of omega-3 in tissues, blood, and red blood cells, and the overall health of the cardiovascular system. Omega-3 provides recognized beneficial effects in promoting the wellness of the heart and blood vessels, and the evidence supporting greater omega-3 dietary intake is increasing.

Omega-3 modulates cardiovascular risk factors

Omega-3 helps improve heart health in a variety of ways. It appears to promote a regular heart rhythm. Omega-3’s support of normal blood clotting processes may maintain a healthy level of blood clot formation. Omega-3 has been observed to support blood pressure and cholesterol levels already within a normal range. And omega-3 is also thought to help keep the arteries clear and flexible. By impacting a variety of indices of cardiovascular health, omega-3 helps keep both the heart and arteries healthy.

Supportive but not conclusive research shows that consumption of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. One capsule of Nueva Life™ Omega-3 fiish oil contains 1500 mg of pure omega-3 oil, providing 800 mg of EPA ,600 mg DHA omega-3 and 100 mg other omega-3 fatty acids.

On the sub-cellular level, omega-3 phospholipids are incorporated into cell membranes, alter membrane properties, promote a healthy response to inflammation, are included in modulating enzymes involved in cell signaling pathways, and alter gene expressionMechanisms by which omega-3 phospholipids promote cardiovascular health.

Scientists have proposed a number of different mechanisms by which omega-3 phospholipids promote cardiovascular health.

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