Which type of Omega 3 fatty acids are found in Wild Salmon Oil?
NUTRILITE Salmon Omega-3 combines fish oil with d-Alpha Tocopherol to give you a balanced formula of good fats, in the most active form, without the fishy taste which helps support normal health and normal triglyceride levels.
Nutrilite Salmon Omega-3…..Good for Heart, best for Health.
With our fast paced life styles, we end up consuming lots of processed foods/junk food which is high in fats especially Omega-6 fatty acids. This creates an imbalance between Omega-6 fatty acids & Omega-3 fatty acids leading to disturbance in normal well being. To balance the same we need to consume optimal amounts of Omega-3 fatty acids, which are also referred as the "good fats". These must be obtained from diet because the body cannot manufacture them on its own.
A naturally sourced Omega supplement coupled with right diet and exercise can also give your heart an extra advantage.
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