Nycoplus Vegetarian Omega 3

Nycoplus


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Nycoplus Vegetarian Omega-3 from algae omega- 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA - 100 % vegetable .
Vegans-friendly.

Nycoplus Vegetarian Omega-3 is derived from marine micro-algae that are sustainable and is a stable source of omega- 3 fatty acids. Algae is a vegetable source of the long omega- 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA which maintain normal heart function.

Nycoplus Vegetarian Omega-3 contains no gelatin , gluten, lactose and citrus. Both oil and capsules are completely free of animal ingredients .

The product can be used by vegans .

1 box contains 30 capsules.

Dosage: 1 capsule to be consumed daily.

This product is safe for children, breastfeeding and pregnant mums.
Powerful Health Benefits of Omega-3s

Many studies documenting the benefits of omega-3s have been conducted with supplemental daily dosages between 2 and 5 grams of EPA and DHA, more than you could get in 2 servings of fish a week. But that doesn't mean eating fish is an exercise in futility. Many studies document its benefits. For example, a 2003 National Eye Institute study showed that 60- to 80-year-olds eating fish more than twice a week were half as likely to develop muscular degeneration as those who ate no fish at all.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids as Brain Food

DHA is one of the most prevalent fatty acids in the brain. This could partly explain why our brains do better with a greater supply. A Rush Institute for Healthy Aging study analyzed fish-eating patterns of more than 800 men and women, ages 65 to 94. Those eating fish at least once a week were much less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease.
What You Need to Know About Omega-3s.

Another study of more than 2,000 Norwegians, ages 70 to 74, used food-frequency questionnaires to evaluate consumption of five different types of fish. The researchers then conducted cognitive tests. Those who ate fish of any kind were two to three times less likely to perform poorly on the tests.

Investigators at the University of Kuopia, Finland, and at Harvard Medical School looked at the incidence of silent brain damage in about 3,500 people age 65 or older. Those eating fish at least once a week were much less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease than those who turned up their nose at it.

The importance of EPA

EPA levels are under constant demand and low EPA levels in adolescents and adults correlates strongly with development of mental health issues, including depression, dyslexia and dyspraxia, heart problems, joint and bone conditions, as well as neurodegenerative diseases such as MS and Parkinson’s.

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