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Are You Aware that Omega 3 can Keep your Arteries Soft and Plaque Free?

Seal Oil is by far more superior to fish oil to maintain a healthy  heart .Seal Oil can supply up to ten times more DPA than fish oils,  which is needed to prevent Cardiovascular disease ( heart Disease).

Cardiovascular Health

 

At  NuCellCanada ,we provide the highest form cardiomega 3 derived from  seal oil for cardiovascular disease. About one third of the omega 3  fatty acids in the human blood is attributable to DPA.

EPA, it  has been discovered, produces prostaglandin. This keeps the walls of the  arteries soft and plaque free. It therefore induces good blood  circulation and the result is a good strong healthy heart.

In  recent times ,however, it has been discovered that DPA  may be 10 to 20  times more effective than EPA for keeping the walls of the arteries soft  and plaque free. This is very necessary for the prevention of  heartattacks.  The highest incidence of DPA is in Seal oil, next is  human breast milk.
 
  Research has indicated that Omega 3 can reduce the risk of cardiovascular arrest, by up to 70%, because it reduces blood vessel blockages,and therefore heart attacks.

    A report from Dr Leof stated that Omega 3 PUFA scan alleviate a sudden  death after a heart attack because of irregular heart beats.

Other studies show that a diet rich in Omega 3 can reduce chances of a second fatal heart
  attack by up to 30%.   The cause of this is because that Omega 3  soften the arteries’ walls thus preventing blockages which can be the  cause of cardiovascular  disease.

A deficiency  in Omega 3 PUFA s such as DPA can result in lessoning development of  visual acuity and motor skills,according to some studies.

Omega 3 PUFA's also have a direct effect on the heart muscle,
  increases blood flow, decrease arrhythmias (irregular rhythm of heart
  beat ) , improve arterial compliance, decrease the size of the infarct
  and reduce several cellular processes that compromise heart function.
 
A  study from the UK shows that up to 80 % of schizophrenics are
  deficient in fatty acids like Omega3.
 
Omega3 deficiency has also been linked to depression and mental
deterioration. Omega3 also offers anti inflammatory relief for
  arthritis sufferers.

Omega 3 also reduces high cholesterol, it has been proven. Omega 3  also  fights againstcirculatory problems associated with  diabetes,because it makes the walls of the arteries and veins more  elastic and smoothe.This has been proven by many studies done on Omega3.
 
  Nucell Canada Provides the highest quality Omega3 available  as  Cardiomega 3 Seal oil, for  keeping the arteries soft and plaque free to  prevent heart attacks and cardiovascular disease. It is 100% mercury  free!

 

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Cardioflex Q 10 supplies your body with the nutrients required to repair and cleanse  damaged arteries, by restoring collagen production. Also helps improve  cholesterol and  blood sugar levels. Based on Dr. Linus Pauling’s  Unified  Theory of Heart

 

CardiOmega3 is  the highest quality omega 3 available. Seal Oil is high in DPA, which  is the most important chain of omega3 fatty acidsfor keeping arteries  soft and plaque free.

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