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Fish Oil - Herbs & Supplements for Prevention & Longevity

Kristyn Bango fish oil natural natural health supplements


This month in Rise UP our theme is Prevention & Longevity. (If you haven't check out my function health education program Rise UP you can find out more here.)


Here's a sneak peek at my newest Rise UP master class series: Herbs & Supplements for Prevention & Longevity

Fish Oil 🐟

Why do we love fish oil of prevention and longevity? When it comes to multi-purpose supplements this one is up at the top of the list. 

Benefits:


✅ brain health & cognitive function

✅ heart health

✅ may help lower inflammation

✅ eye health 


Fish oil is rich in omega 3 fatty acids, DHA & EPA and for an added vitamin boost fish liver oil is also rich in vitamins A & D.

Why is that important? While these are essential to the body we can’t make them on our own so we need to get them from food sources like 2-3 servings of cold water fatty fish or supplements. 


In this masterclass, we take a look at several studies that highlight the benefits of fish oil.

Listen to the masterclass below! 


Learn more about herbs for health in our post on adaptogens Adaptea Recipe: A Healthy Adaptogenic & Healing Herbal Tea



 Resources & Additional Information: 

MPH, M.M.., PhD, C.., FACB, J.P.., PhD, S.., & PhD, S.. (2014). Long-Chain Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Optimization of Cognitive Performance. Military Medicine, 179(suppl_11), 95-105.

Calder, P. (2015). Marine omega-3 fatty acids and inflammatory processes: Effects, mechanisms and clinical relevance. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids, 1851(4), 469-484.

Calder, P. (2010). Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Inflammatory Processes. Nutrients, 2(3), 355-374.



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