Xendurance - Extreme Omega 1000
Hit your inflammation for six with the market leading fish oil from Xendurance.
Reduce the pain of your joints, overtraining of your muscles and aid brain function with Omega 1000.
Don't just worry about the short term benefits, but long term use of a quality fish oil such as Omega 1000 can aid your cardiovascular (heart) health, joint movement, immune function, healthy skin as well as reducing the chance of Alzheimer's disease and many forms of cancer.
Pretty damn good reasons to incorporate Omega 1000 into your diet!
Why Extreme Omega 1000?
- Extreme Omega 1000 contains one of the highest dosages of EPA (600 mg) and DHA (400 mg) on the market today.
- Balanced fatty acids, particularly EPA and DHAs found in fish oil, are essential for normal brain function, cardiovascular health, joint movement, immune function, healthy skin and anti-inflammatory benefits.
What are the key benefits?
- Promotes cardiovascular health and wellness.
- Reduced inflammation from arthritis and better joint function.
- Promotes healthy skin and eyes.
- Supports normal brain function.
- Benefits the immune system.
What is contained in Omega 1000?
- Extreme Omega 1000 uses fish found in clear, pristine waters of the Atlantic and is derived from molecularly distilled fish oil that is independently tested to be guaranteed free of heavy metals (mercury and lead) and other contaminants including polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).
- Omega-3 fatty acids are a form of polyunsaturated fats, one of four basic types of fat that the body derives from food. (Cholesterol, saturated fat and monounsaturated fat are the others.) All polyunsaturated fats, including the omega-3s, are increasingly recognized as important to human health. Omega-3's must be obtained from food or supplements because the body cannot make them on its own.
- Omega-3's (and Omega-6s) are termed essential fatty acids (EFAs) because they are critical for good health. Although the body needs both omega-3s and omega-6s to thrive, most people consume far more 6s than 3s. (The American diet contains 16-20 times as much 6s.) Hardly a day goes by, however, without reports of another health benefit associated with omega-3s.
- The key omega-3 fatty acids include eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), both found primarily in oily cold-water fish such as tuna, salmon and mackerel. Aside from fresh seaweed, a staple of many cultures, plant foods rarely contain EPA or DHA.
- So while you are standing in your local health food store, reviewing omega labels, make certain the product label lists the actual amount of EPA and DHA, not just the total amount of fish oil or Omega-3s, since not all fatty acid oils are EPA and DHA.
The Science Behind Omega 1000
- The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a daily intake of 300-500 mg per day of EPA and DHA. (Median intakes of EPA and DHA are a paltry 4-7 mg/day and 52-93 mg/day respectively, among US adults.)
- The American Health Association released this profound statement regarding Omega-3s: "Omega-3 fatty acids benefit the hearts of healthy people, and those at high risk of, or who currently have, cardiovascular disease."
- "Without doubt, the most highly medically-verified dietary supplement to reduce silent inflammation is fish oil, because it is rich in the long chain omega 3 fatty acids EPA and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)," states Dr. Barry Sears, President of the Inflammation Research Foundation.