After thousands and thousands of blood tests all across this country and across the world, there is one thing that we’ve found to be deficient in every single person and it’s the Omega-3 fatty acids.
This is a must, no question about it… For everyone that’s ever walked into our office. You and I both need it in a sufficient amount.
When Omega-3’s are up to sufficient amount, all-cause mortality (or death) goes down. That’s why our choice for Omega-3’s is called MonoPure.
MonoPure is a monoglyceride Omega-3 fatty acid, meaning that its bioavailability is very high. Your body is gonna get a very high percentage of the MonoPure that you ingest.
MonoPure is very important. It’s like changing oil in the engine of your car. It takes the inflammation levels down. It allows your body to make anti-inflammatory eicosinoids.
It’s better than Ibuprofen, Advil, or Aleve as a first go-to. Omega-3 fatty acids are very important in the brain. Did you know that your brain is 65% fatty acid material?
If your Omega-3 index is low, your brain is compromised. In fact, the DHA component of the Omega-3 fatty acids is utilized in treating depression. It’s also utilized in treating early onset Alzheimer’s disease so it’s very important for brain health.
Omega-3’s are very important for cardiovascular health and management of lipids. Omega-3 fatty acids are the first line of defense in treating high triglycerides. That’s right, four grams of Omega-3 fatty acids for high triglycerides second only to nutrition.
So Omega-3 fatty acids is like changing oil in the engine of your car. I don’t know about you, but I want my oil to be nice and clean.
I want it to aid in good cell communication, because you want cells to be able to talk to each other so they can get the right mechanisms of action happening.
It’s important to understand this is specifically called MonoPure 1300. That’s because 1300 milligrams of this high-quality DHA EPA is inside of a gel cap.
Many times people ask, “Well how many do I need to take?” It can range from two to five. It depends on the situation, but the bottom line is that everybody needs it.
For athletes, it’s a great anti-inflammatory nutrient. It also can decrease delayed onset muscle soreness, decreasing the amount of time needed to take before your next workout.