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The Truth About Cancer Sep 27
According to a study published in The BMJ, higher levels of the omega-3 fatty acids found in fish may increase your chances of healthy aging. 🐠 Read on to learn how you can use this to your advantage. 👇
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Lori Shemek, PhD Oct 1
A meta-analysis of 40 clinical trials found that supplementing with fish oil provides authoritative evidence for consuming EPA and DHA omega-3 fats for heart health. Cardiovascular benefits appear to increase with dosage.
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Lori Shemek, PhD Sep 15
Pregnant mice fed diets high in omega-6 fats and low in omega-3 fats are shown in a new study to produce offspring whose brains had a higher level of dopamine-producing neurons that chose hyper-caloric diets. More evidence.
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O&T Farms Sep 17
Continuing to grow the position of land-based feeds for foods in .
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Stephan van Vliet Sep 21
The high ratio of omega6 to (15:1) in the Western diet is an important risk factor for metabolic disease Lowering the n6:n3 ratio to 4:1 reduced liver fat, triglycerides, and increase insulin sensitivity... even in the absence of weight loss⚖️!
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SLacroix Oct 8
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1LIFEMAX Oct 5
Interesting new spleen proteomics data from high fat diet fed mice shows mice fed high fat diet rich in PUFA's survive S. aureus infection to a much greater extent than mice fed high fat diet rich in saturated fatty acids (confirming earlier data).
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Dr Andrew Mitchell Oct 11
The journey of omega-3 fatty acids in cardiovascular medicine
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Chilean Salmon Marketing Council Oct 28
Eating farmed Chilean salmon can benefit both physical and mental wellbeing. Enjoy it today for a better tomorrow!
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Giovanni Turchini Oct 6
Are fish what they eat? When it comes to fatty acids, surely you have an answer, right? But if you want to understand it better, here a new substantial systematic review
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Laila Charlesworth ANutr Aug 15
Salmon roasted with olive oil and soya sauce, served with soya sauce stir-fried veg...and yes, if the skin is crispy (tasty!) I eat it as it contains the highest concentration of omega-3 👍
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Nick Norwitz Oct 11
Sunday "Lean" Tip - mind your b/c... 1. bind FFAR4 receptors on fat stem cell cilia, cause hyperplasia>hyperplasty (good) 2. incorperate into muscle membranes, help growth 3. rise ~15 min after exerise, compensate for "fitness inflammatory signature" Go for that 1:1
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Matthew Cossey Oct 4
Congratulations to CropLife Australia member . Global Alliance (GAA) named Nuseed’s Aquaterra (the world’s first land-based source of long-chain nutrition) as Innovation of the Year Finalist.
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Shu Calleja Oct 18
Did you know that Omega-3 fatty acids act as a vasodilator, which helps increase the movement of oxygen into skeletal muscle during exercise. I get my supplement with Fish Oil. ❤️
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Angela J. White Sep 5
Fatty Acids, The Promising Treatment for Neoplastic Diseases
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Akiko Bentobox / Akiko Fukumoto 🍣🍵🍱 Oct 12
To boost your , focus on eating plenty of fruits and along with foods rich in fatty acids, such as salmon. Dark green leafy vegetables in particular are brain protective. EAT FISH and VEGETABLES
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Chantel Martiromo Oct 19
Fatty Acids, the Promising Adjunct Therapy for Heart Failure Patients
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Norwegian PURE-3® Oct 12
derived endocannabinoid epoxides may be more promising (binding to CB2 receptors & perhaps also stop tumor cell metastasis via partial CB1 agonsim): EPA treatment improves inflammation in patients with ulcerative colitis:
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Dr Lindy van den Berghe 1h
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Thiruvelan Oct 7
Health benefits of Omega3 - improves blood lipid profile.
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