Endogenous Cholesterol - Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
Interest in Fish grew out of the observation of the health of the Eskimos : despite the fact that they consume too much fat , have an extremely small percentage of mortality from cardiovascular disease and extremely low cholesterol levels .
Scientific studies conducted after observation showed a confident relationship between the specificity of the health of the Eskimos and the frequent consumption of fish rich in essential polyunsaturated fatty acids of the series omega -3, EPA ( eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA ( eikosidiexaenoiko acid) .These fatty acids reduce the triglyceride level and \' clean \' the blood. Today , the majority of people do not consume an adequate amount of essential fatty acids. Instead , follow a diet very high in saturated fats and fast absorbing carbohydrates that increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. The consumption of polyunsaturated fatty acids helps control blood lipid levels ( decreasing cholesterol and triglycerides by 20 - 50% ) and in the protection of the arteries. Thus , fish oil , although often consumed , enables the prevention of atherosclerosis and cardiovascular diseases .
Dosage: 4 capsules daily