What is your fat IQ?
Good fats, bad fats, trans fats… not to mention saturated fats, polyunsaturated fats and monounsaturated fats. All fats are NOT created equal, and bad fats affect our health by increasing our risk of heart disease. Good fats, on the other hand, help support proper cardiovascular and joint function.
Many studies have been conducted on the effects of dietary fats on the body – especially the circulatory system. Things have gotten even more complicated since nutritional researchers have discovered we need to pay close attention to the type of fat we eat, not just how much. One thing, though, remains clear: armed with the right fats you can do your body good, and you won’t need a PhD in “fatology” to get the desired results. What you will need is some basic knowledge that will help you to maintain a healthy cardio system for a lifetime!
Amazingly efficient, the heart taken just 60 seconds to pump blood to every cell in our body. Without the oxygen sent through the blood these cells would die. There is a lot we can do to promote a healthy pumping heart, and it begins by putting the right into our body. Omega-3 fatty acids are not just good fats, they affect cardiovascular health in positive ways.
Polyunsaturated fats are the good fats that include Omega-3 fatty acids that the body puts to good use. Two of the Omega-3’s are found in fish oil, the third is found in plant-based foods. The body needs these essential fatty acids to function properly, yet it does not produce them. Humans must obtain them through food. The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, the American Heart Association and the National Cholesterol Education Program all concluded that a high incidence of cardiovascular health is corollary with a dietary intake of omega-3 fatty acids.
The Journal of the American Heart Association reports that people who have elevated triglycerides may need 2 to 4 grams of Omega-3 fatty acids per day provided as a supplement. Even the 1 gram/day dose recommended for patients with existing heart-related issues may be more than can readily be achieved through diet alone. Forever Living Products has formulated a superior nutritional supplement that puts this latest research to good use, called Forever Artic-Sea Super Omega-3.
Forever Artic Sea is a breakthrough balanced supplement, using both olive oil and pharmaceutical-grade fish oil to derive the powerful benefits of each of these powerful fatty acids. By taking just one softgel, three times daily with your meals, you are supporting the most important system. Remember this the next time you’re in a quandary over which tats are good for you, and have a ‘ Happy Heart Heath Day’ today and every day with Forever Artic-Sea.
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