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Paris Natural Foods MEGA DHA

Preventing Heart Disease

Most people who take fish oil are looking to take advantage of the heart benefits that it can offer. One of the most important heart benefits is preventing the onset of heart disease. Fish oil can help to reduce cholesterol levels, which can help to reduce the risk of heart disease.

Studies have shown that people who take fish oil tend to have a reduced risk of heart failure. Fish oil helps to reduce the risk of heart failure because it helps patients reduce their bad cholesterol levels. High cholesterol can lead to hardened arteries, which fish oil can help to treat and prevent.

Improving Attention for Children with ADHD

One of the most common developmental problems in today's world is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Many doctors recommend that parents give their children stimulants, but studies have shown that these drugs can be harmful in the long run. Fish oil can be an effective stimulant substitute to help children increase their mental focus and decrease hyperactivity. Studies have verified that fish oil supplements can help people of all ages reduce problems with concentration. Children and adults who take fish oil, therefore, can expect to feel more focused throughout the day.

Reducing Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis/Inflammation

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) can cause severe symptoms that can prevent people from enjoying and living their ordinary lives. RA causes increased joint pressure that can prevent people from getting up in the morning or holding down a job. Studies have shown that fish oil can help many RA patients manage their symptoms. Omega Oils are known to act as anti-inflammatories, hence the Omega Oils in fish oil can help to reduce inflammation and therefore pain.

 

Paris Natural Foods DHA is a marine omega-3 source that is unparalleled for sustainable and eco-friendly resource management. Wild squid are most known as the source for the popular dish calamari, enjoyed by millions of people around the world. Much of the wild squid, however, is not used for calamari and has traditionally been regarded as a waste product. The truth is this ‘waste’ product is not waste at all – it’s one of the best known sources of the same omega-3 fatty acids found in fish, EPA and DHA. Wild squid is one of the richest sources of omega-3, containing 35% more omega3 than wild salmon and 100% more than krill!