ECOTONUS1 Omega 3 is the one made from wild anchovies, highly purified fish oil.
Why using fish oil from wild Anchovy? Studies indicate this source of polyunsaturated fatty acids as the fish oil with the lowest risk of any environmental contamination.
In contrary to other farmed sources of fish to produce fish oil, wild anchovy is not exposed to food additives as in farmed fish, like antibiotics.
ECOTONUS Omega-3 is suitable for the prophylaxis and prevention of:
ECOTONUS Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids, which means that they can not be synthesized by the human body, but are vital to facilitate normal metabolism.
EPA and DHA are the two main types of polyunsaturated omega - 3 fatty acids of interest to health and food experts.
EPA is the abbreviation for Eicosapantaenoic acid, known as the precursor of prostaglandin-3, thromboxane-2, leukotriene-5. Fish does not produce EPA on its own, but accumulates it from the algae it feeds on.
DHA is the abbreviation for docosahexaenoic acid. This fatty acid is the main component of the human retina and the cerebral cortex.
Omega-3 fatty acids play also an important role in the production of potent hormone-like substances called prostaglandins. They help to regulate many important physiological functions, including blood pressure, blood clotting, inflammatory and allergic reactions, the function of the kidneys and the gastrointestinal tract, as well as the production of other hormones.
Over the recent decades numerous studies have examined the positive impact of the intake of fish oil and the ingredients therein.
Documented are benefits like,
Improved cerebral circulation
Improved mental abilities
Protection and prevention of cardiovascular system
Maintain healthy levels of cholesterol and triglycerides
Prerequisite for healthy weight loss
Support for optimal functioning of the brain and retina
Protection from vision loss – an adequate intake of DHA protects from aging-related vision reduction
Easing of inflammations, especially at the joints, arthritic pain
Benefits to patients suffering from multiple sclerosis
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