RAW Powders™ Omega 3 fatty acids is an excellent source of Omega 3.
Omega 3 is made up of of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) which has shown many benefits on fitness and health.
There are evidence suggesting that omega 3 fatty acids helps reduce inflammation and soreness as well as may be beneficial on decreasing blood pressure and coronary heart disease.
Omega 3 is great source of fat when dieting as is suggested to have positive effect on increasing fat oxidation as well as HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol) levels in blood.
Helps to decrease DOMS (delayd onset soreness)
Helps to decrease blood presure
Helps to increase fat oxidation (fat burning)
Helps to decrease risk of coronary hear disease
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The usual dosage is 1 soft-gel. Consume this supplement 1-3 times daily.
Goes well with
Vitamin E, Milk Thistle (anti-lipid peroxidation agents)
Curcumin for breast cancer risk-reduction
Fucoxanthin for increasing fucoxanthin’s effects
Fenugreek Oil, for reducing after-meal glucose spikes
Green Tea Catechins for increasing GTC bioavailability
Does Not Go Well With
Omega-6 fatty acids, like linoleic acid and arachidonic acid
Serving size: 1 capsule
Amount per Serving % Daily Value*
Fish Oil – 1000 mg *
EPA (EicosaPentaenoic Acid) – 180 mg *
DHA (DocosaHexaenoic Acid) – 120 mg *
Vitamin E (DL-alpha-tacopherol) - 10 mg 67%
Gelatin, Glycerin, Purified water
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