Nearly 1 billion people worldwide are likely to have vitamin D deficiency or insufficiency as a result of chronic disease and inadequate sun exposure.
You may have read about it online or even experienced it yourself: cloudy softgels. If you store your supplements in the fridge or if they’re delivered to your door during cold weather, your softgels might appear cloudy. What’s up with that? Is it bad? Is it still safe? Continue reading “Why Are My Fish Oil Supplements Cloudy?”
EPA and DHA omega-3s from food and supplements may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD), according to results of a new meta-analysis.
Data from 18 randomized clinical trials (RCTs) indicated that EPA and DHA were associated with a non-statistically significant 6% risk reduction in CHD among all populations, while the risk reduction increased to a statistically significant 18% when data from 16 prospective cohort studies was assessed.
A trial reported in 2016 indicates that supplementation with omega 3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) can help improve major depression.
The study shows that both high levels of EPA+DHA at baseline and supplementation with these two omega 3 fatty acids result in favorable post-treatment outcomes in major depression patients.
Probiotics are microorganisms that offer some form of health benefit to the host – they can be found in various different foods. Probiotics are believed to play very important roles in regulating proper intestinal function and digestion – by balancing intestinal microflora. Continue reading “Probiotics: Health Benefits, Facts, Research”
New research suggests that eating a Mediterranean diet may prolong the lives of heart patients.
“Adherence to the Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of overall mortality, not only in the general population — which is already known, but in patients who already suffered a heart attack,” said study researcher Dr. Giovanni de Gaetano. He is head of the department of epidemiology and prevention at the I.R.C.C.S. Neuromed Institute in Pozzilli, Italy. Continue reading “Mediterranean diet better for the heart than taking statins, major study suggests”
A new study provides clues about how omega-3 fatty acids can slow or even prevent damage from a heart attack
Consuming omega-3 fatty acids may significantly lower your risk of dying from a heartattack, according to the most thorough study to date on this contested nutritional topic.
The latest research, reported on June 27 in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, was the largest of its kind to measure the actual levels of omega-3 fatty acids in the participants’ blood, as opposed to relying on questionnaires in which people report what they eat. Results based on diet questionnaires are prone to error as a result of people’s faulty memory or exaggeration. Continue reading “Omega-3 Fatty Acids Reduce Risk of Fatal Heart Attack”
When it comes to diet, brain health, and Alzheimer disease, what’s the deal? Is there evidence that you are what you eat when it comes to brain health?
Over the past several years, the development of evidence and scientific progress has been astounding. There are two different types of nutritional categories [that have been gaining attention]. One is the type of dietary pattern that someone follows—for example, the Mediterranean-style diet or ketogenic diet. Second, I’m sure you’ve heard about caloric restriction and even, most recently, the Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay (MIND) diet. Continue reading “Diet and Cognitive Decline: Untangling the Evidence”
When purchasing a fish oil supplement, there are a number of things that should be considered: the amount of EPA+DHA, the source of the fish oil, and whether the fish oil is in triglyceride or ethyl ester form. In this informative and in-depth article, you’ll learn:
What triglycerides and ethyl esters are
What the differences are between the two
How producing fish oils as triglycerides is more costly, but improves the final product
How to easily determine whether your fish oil is a triglyceride or ethyl ester
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Dr. Jørn Dyerberg discusses Omega-3 benefits & heart health
Professor emeritus Jørn Dyerberg is one of the pioneers behind the discovery of the health effects of polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acids in our foods. His work has paved the way for an entirely new field of research that has grown enormously since his first scientific articles in the 1970’s. Continue reading “Omega-3 Video Series Part 1 with Dr. Jorn Dyerberg + Long Term Vegetarian Diet and Cancer Risk”
A new study has been published that again demonstrates the value of eating a high-protein meal to start the day. This corroborates 3Care’s position that a macronutrient strategy is critical in dealing with hormonal signaling, and in turn can address many metabolc disorders that are correlated to the obese state. Here are the highlights from the findings: Continue reading “Recent study demonstrates the benefits of a high-protein meal on satiety and as a tool in battling obesity”
About 95% of Americans may have sub-optimal levels of omega-3s that put them at increased risk of cardiovascular disease, says a new study.
Omega-3’s have been clinically demonstrated to improve two important markers of heart health; the lowering of trigylcerides and the improvement of HDL cholesterol levels. To get these effects with patients it is important to understand dosing levels and ratios of EPA-DHA and of those fractions to total omega-3’s. Here is what the data shows.
Do you suffer from a weakened immune system? Rheumatoid arthritis? GI issues, or Skin conditions?
We all would like to stay lean and fit. We know that exercise and diet play a key role. But it’s not just how much you eat, it’s when you eat and what you eat that counts as well. One aspect of that is how we start our day. The research on obesity and dietary patterns keeps pointing to the importance of starting the day with a high protein, low glycemic meal.
Though the condition-specific platform, as it relates to either EPA or DHA dominance, is still a “work in progress,” we do see some areas that have emerged. One such area is EPA for inflammatory conditions. EPA has a unique mechanism of action.