Lamberts Pure Fish Oil Description
Fish oil supplement providing 700mg of Omega 3 per capsule
Lamberts Pure Fish Oil Supplement contains concentrated fish oil which provides a full 700mg of Omega 3 oil per capsule (many 1000mg fish oil products contain just 350mg of Omega 3). This means that Lamberts Pure Fish Oil is one of the strongest available and is therefore widely recommended by practitioners. Lamberts Pure Fish Oil is purified and is largely free from the taste of fish, with levels of contaminants well below the strict EU maximum limits. The oil is then protected from oxidation while it is in the capsules by added natural vitamin E.
The most beneficial ingredients in Lamberts Pure Fish Oil Supplement are the two Omega 3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA. Omega 3 is vital for our health so fish oil supplements are regularly recommended by practitioners.
The official recommendation by the Department of Health is that people should consume two portions of oily fish each week to obtain enough Omega 3 oils. This is good advice but one that is followed by relatively few people and so the use of fish oil supplements is the best option for many.
Uses of Lamberts Pure Fish Oil
The beneficial ingredients of Fish Oil are two fatty acids, EPA and DHA. These are Omega 3 fatty acids which are important in:
- maintaining a healthy heart
- maintaining joint mobility so they are as flexible as possible
- maintaining healthy skin
Few foods contain EPA and DHA at the same high levels found in the oil taken from oily fish such as mackerel and herring.
We need at least 1 gram of Omega 3 fatty acids every day to ensure good health and up to 2-3 grams to combat certain health conditions. These conditions include some heart concerns and impaired joint movement.
What benefits does omega 3 have?
Omega-3's are important for vital blood processes like:
- regulating Blood Pressure
- regulating blood clotting to
- boosting immunity.
Omega-3 is also useful for helping prevent or treating many diseases and disorders. Fish oil supplements are not necessary for heart disease prevention or treatment if you eat oily fish at least twice a week. However, supplements are recommended for rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory conditions.
A recent study involving 120 kids in County Durham found that supplements of omega-3's can help to improve the reading and writing abilities and concentration of children with learning difficulties.
The fat in fish contains a class of polyunsaturated fatty acid called omega-3's. These fatty acids are different from the polyunsaturated fatty acids found in vegetable oils, which are called omega-6's, and they have different effects on the body. The two most potent forms of omega-3's - EPA and DHA - are found in cold water fish like as salmon, trout, mackerel and tuna. The third type of omega-3, alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), comes from certain vegetable oils like flaxseed oil and leafy greens like purslane, an herb that is native to Asia. However, ALA may not be as effective as EPA and DHA.