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Fish Oil: The Natural Anti-inflammatory Remedy

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Have u experience any of these?
- Headache?
- Shoulder Pain?
- Backache?
- Knee Pain? 
- Elbow Pain?
If yes, chances are you have some inflammation (internal fire) in you!
Did you know ?
> Many ill-effects of aging are caused by low grade, chronic inflammation.
> These slow-burning internal fires damage our body tissues. Poor Diet is one of the key causes of inflammation.
> Research shows Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil) are good, natural anti-inflammatory, better than non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs! 
> Athletes who are at High Risk of Osteoarthritis & Join Pain, research shows that 3g of fish oil daily helps reduce incidence of osteoarthritis, joint pain & inflammation, from 93% to 69%.
 
​*Fish Oil: The Natural Anti-inflammatory Remedy*
Fish oils originate from the tissues of oily fish contain high levels of EPA & DHA, both are omega-3 fatty acids. We might consume it from our daily foods but may not be that often. Luckily, supplements are available to help bridge the gap between how much essential fats we need. 
 
How much fish oil should I consume daily? Recommended daily intake: at least 500mg of EPA + DHA (combined).
 
There are many fish oil products in the market. Experts caution that some of the unregulated products might have some harmful impurities. Some might even contain high level of saturated fats but low levels of EPA & DHA.
 
**NOT All Fish Oil are Equal**
 
 
【 FACT OR MYTH? 】
1.Fish oil is supposed to smell & taste fishy?
Myth, only rancid fish oil smell & taste bad.
 
2.Low cost fish oil are just as good as the higher-priced brands?
Myth, some fish oils are unrefined & not concentrated. Consequently, there is low levels of Omega-3 fats & high level of saturated fats, which is bad for your your health.
 
3.Taking more fish oil softgels is better in meeting your body's daily Omega-3 fats needs?
Myth, more isn't always better. Fish oil supplements vary in terms of purity, stability, clinical effect & safety. Moreover, the recommended dose varies according different clinical conditions.
 
 
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This information is provided for education purposes only. It should not be used to substitute medical diagnosis.
 
References:
1. "Fish oils - an update", The Pharmaceutical Journal, Vol 265 No 7122, p720-724, https://www.pharmaceutical-journal.com/fish-oils-an-update/20003528.article?firstPass-false
2. National Institues of Health. NH Medline Plus. Fish Oil [cited 2012 May 20]. Available from: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/natural/993.html2012
3. International Society for the Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids (June 2004). Report of the Sub-Committee on Recommendations for Intake of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Healthy Adults. [online] Available at: http://www.issfal.org/news-links/resources/publications/PUFAIntakeReccommedFinalReport.pdf
4. Narendran, R. et al.2012,"Improved Working Memory but No Effect on Striatal Vesicular Monoamine Transporter Type 2 after Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid Supplementation", https://journals.plcs.org/plasone/article?id-10.1371/journal.pone.0046832
5. Maroon & Bost 2006, «Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil) as an anti-inflammatory: An alternative anti-inflammatory drugs for discogenic pain", Surgical Neurology, vo. 65(4), pp. 326 - 331
6. Gruenwald J. Petzol E. Busch R, et al. 2009, " Effect of glucosamine sulfate with or without omega-3 fatty acids in patients with osteoarthritis, Advances in Therapy, 2009; 26(9):858-71
7. Gammone, M. A et al. 2017, «Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids: Benefits and Endpoints in sport“, Nutrient, vol. 11(46)

Posted On: 10/08/2020

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