EPA helps in the synthesis of hormone like substances called prostaglandins benefiting cardio and joint health.
Research suggests that Omega-3 EPA benefits the heart and circulatory system by promoting healthy blood triglycerides and blood flow. EPA also plays a role in the natural body movement of joints.
EPA is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, and researchers have found encourage results using EPA as a protective agent for various inflammatory conditions.
Omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins and minerals are important for optimal health. The cells utilize Omega-3s to form the outer cell structure. The outer cell structure is the catalyst to good health throughout the body because of its ability to contain the proper cell vital metabolic function.
The best source of Omega-3 EPA and DHA is cold water ocean fish, like salmon, mackerel, tuna or sardines when prepared properly (not deep fried). If fish is not in your diet three times a week, you will want to supplement with Omega-3 fatty acids to achieve optimal health benefits.
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