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Fortifeye Super Omega-3 Fish Oil

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Price: $28.00

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Newest most concentrated and purified Omega Three Fish Oil by Fortifeye®

  • High Potency/Triple Strength 900 EPA/600 DHA
  • Best value in the industry for triglyceride form omega-3
  • Now available Fortifeye Super omega 3 MAX an EPA of 1200 and DHA of 900 in 2 gel caps. This is one of the most potent omega 3 fish oils in triglyceride form available . New emerging science is proving that an EPA of at least 1000 mg is necessary for many diseases like dry eye syndrome.  Fortifeye Super Omega 3 Max is one of the only omega 3 supplements with higher than theses levels per dose.  Many new studies also show that omega 3 in these dosages is beneficial for muscle recovery in athletes.  Athletes will benefit dramatically from consuming this type of omega 3 when combined with a new supplement being developed by Dr Michael Lange and Fortifeye Vitamins called Fortifeye Fit.  Fortifeye Fit should be available in August or September 2019.

Natural Triglyceride Form • Molecularly Distilled for Maximum Purity Natural Orange/ Lemon Flavor • Pharmaceutical Grade

Promotes:
Heart Health • Brain Health • Eye Health • Joint Health • Circulation • Good Blood Pressure • Healthy Cholesterol • Improved Triglycerides • Skin, Hair & Nail Health • Mental & Cognitive Health

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Aspirin and omega-3 fatty acids work together to fight inflammation

Date: February 21, 2013
Source: Cell Press
Summary:
Experts tout the health benefits of low-dose aspirin and omega-3 fatty acids but the detailed
mechanisms involved in their effects are not fully known. Now researchers show that aspirin
helps trigger the production of molecules called resolvins that are naturally made by the body
from omega-3 fatty acids. These resolvins shut off, or “resolve,” the inflammation that underlies
destructive conditions such as inflammatory lung disease, heart disease, and arthritis.
Experts tout the health benefits of low-dose
aspirin and omega-3 fatty acids found in
foods like flax seeds and salmon, but the
detailed mechanisms involved in their effects
are not fully known. Now researchers reporting in the February 21 issue of the Cell Press journal