Omega 3 Fish Oil & Arthritis
Omega-3 (especially EPA Omega-3) from fish oil is a powerful and natural anti-inflammatory ingredients.
Omega 3 benefits include:
- Reduces joint tenderness
- Reduces morning stiffness
- Reduces the amount of painkillers needed
- Reduces enzymes that destroy cartilage
- Increase grip strength
- Enhances walking pace
” 10,000 Times Stronger “
Dr Charles Serhan of Harvard Medical School reports that the body converts omega-3 into joint-protective compounds 10,000 times stronger than the original omega-3. These newly discovered compounds called Resolvins help stop inflammation. Resolvins work by naturally slowing or stopping the production and transport of pain-causing chemicals to the joints.
Why EPA in Fish Oil is Important?
EPA fish oil regulates inflammation.
- EPA regulates pro-inflammatory effects of Omega-6. Reducing inflammation can reduce the pain of several age-related diseases associated with inflammation, like arthritis.
- EPA omega-3 also reduces the amount of pain-causing molecules called cytokines.
- The reason why high EPA fish oil has such important benefits is because of its ability to alter the level of a hormone called Eicosanoids.
- Eicosanoids are extremely powerful hormones. They control inflammation and pain. But they also control many other hormones in the body. Bad diet and not getting enough EPA can cause Eicosanoids to get out of control.
Recommendation Dosage of FISOL3 Softgels to See Study’s Benefit
|Health Condition||Dosage of FISOL3||Scientific Source|
|Arthritis Joints||2 fishgel a day||Current Opinion in clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care, Mar2001;4(2): 115-21|
|Rheumatoid Arthritis/ Osteoarthritis||2 fishgel 2 times a day||American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2000:71(1):349S-351S|
|Asthma||2 fishgel a day||Proceedings of the Nutrition Soc, 2002:61 (3): 345-358|