HealthAid? Vegan Omega 3-6-9 is sourced from the plant Flax seed Oil, a rich natural source of high quality polyunsaturated and essential fatty acids Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9. Besides, the amounts and ratios of each fatty acid in HealthAid? Vegan Omega 3-6-9 are perfectly balanced to optimal levels of each to ensure that you are getting the essential nutrients for your good health and wellbeing.
Omega 3: is one of the main components of cell membranes, giving cells their fluidity, ease of movement and absorption. They are a critical factor in maintaining a healthy heart, circulation, brain function and joint mobility. Flaxseed oil, in Vegan Omega 3-6-9, provides Omega 3 alpha-linolenic acid, specially known to help lower inflammation and maintain healthy cholesterol levels. Omega 6 sourced from plants such as flaxseed or borage provides a good form of omega 6 LA converted into GLA (gamma linolenic acid) which helps to support the immune system. Studies show it has anti-inflammatory properties which can help with the bloating and pain associated with PMS. It also helps to maintain healthy skin, hair and nails and generally bring about hormonal and emotional balance. Omega 9 fatty acid is created by the body; it has many preventative qualities as its main component, Oleic acid, helps to reduce the risk of arteriosclerosis and cardiovascular disorders.
Adults and children over 6 one to two capsules daily. Do not exceed unless advised by ... For external use; pierce capsule and apply contents onto the skin, massaging gently until absorbed.Safety Warnings
Please seek professional advice before taking this product if you are pregnant, or on any prescribed medication. Do not use if you are a diagnosed epileptic.
Net Content: 60's CapsulesIngredients
Flaxseed Oil, Vegetable Capsule Shell (corn starch, glycerol, carrageenan, sodium carbonate).
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