Latest Science Shows Omega-III’s Are For Everyone!

As more and more of the latest scientific research confirms the need for quality omega-3 supplementation, we’re seeing even traditionally conservative organizations embrace the power of these amazing nutrients. In the latest example of this positive trend, the Journal Of The American College Of Cardiology (JACC) has published an article that says essentially everyone (in their words, “individuals without overt cardiovascular disease”) should get a minimum of 500mg of omega-3 fatty acids every day! And those with cardiovascular disease or known risk of cardiovascular disease should get 1,000mg a day. (This amount is also the current recommendation of the American Heart Association.)


The JACC goes on to reaffirm the benefits shown for GNLD’s Omega-3 Salmon Oil Plus for triglyceride reduction and anti-inflammation in our human clinical trial, as presented and published at the American College of Nutrition, the Federations of American Societies for Experimental Biology, and the Linus Pauling Institute. Once again, the very latest modern science has confirmed what GNLD has known all along!


Finally, the JACC article further substantiates GNLD’s decision to increase the amount of DHA in each dose of Omega-III Salmon Oil Plus. The article explains that there is significantly more DHA in the human heart muscle than there is EPA, hence the greater need and hence the increased ration of DHA to EPA in Omega-III Salmon Oil Plus. The JACC authors also point out some interesting new findings that indicate, when it comes to supporting stable heart rhythm, DHA is more important than EPA.


What can we learn from this new information? First, quality omega-3 supplementation is right for just about everyone! Second, those looking to add omega-3’s to their daily diet should seriously consider Omega-III Salmon Oil Plus. The latest science shows it is the very best choice for all of us.


Click here to view the Journal Of The American College Of Cardiology article.



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