Omega-3 fatty acids are critical elements that are lacking in most of today’s diets. The most important of those fatty acids are EPA and DHA, which are two long chain fatty acids. An omega-3 supplement containing EPA and DHA is recommended by Dr. Wilson on nearly every nutritional balancing program. This supplement from Endo-met contains fish oils that are rich in EPA and DHA.
Omega-3 fatty acids serve many functions in the body including:
- Joint lubricant
- Cell membrane flexibility
- General anti-inflammatory purposes
- Cardiovascular health support
Unfortunately, many people’s bodies today are deficient in omega-3 fatty acids as the result of modern agriculture and feeding of livestock. Changes in the human diet, such as consuming more inexpensive oils rather than butter, also have contributed to the decrease of omega-3 fatty acids.
Sardines are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids and much better than any other fish, as they contain far less mercury. Dr. Wilson recommends 3-4 cans of sardines be eaten each week and not any more than that. Raw dairy sources such as cream and butter, as well as wild game and pasture fed meat and eggs can also be good to implement omega-3 fatty acids into the diet.
But because most of today’s modern diets do not provide enough omega-3 fatty acids, EPA-DHA supplements are recommended in doses of 900-1000 mg per day. Without a sufficient amount of omega-3 fatty acids, the nervous system and brain cannot properly develop which can lead to mental or emotional problems. That is why these fatty acids are particularly vital for children and infants, although it is necessary for everyone.
EPA-DHA from Endo-met is available in both 90 and 180 tab sizes from Wellness Shopping Online. This supplement also contains gelatin and is free of casein, corn, dairy, egg, gluten, GMO, lactose, soy, wheat, whey, and yeast.
Purchase Endo-met's EPA-DHA today to help supplement your body with more of these essential omega-3 fatty acids!
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