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Salmon Oil 1000 mg
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Salmon Oil 1000 mg - Norwegian Salmon - Wild Salmon

Cold Water Salmon from Norway

LifeSource Vitamins


Wild Salmon contains vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids and Omega-3 fatty acids, including docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). Combined, these nutrients help the body's immune, nervous and cardiovascular systems work properly and promote strong bones and muscles. The nutritional benefits of wild salmon can be obtained from natural, whole food oil supplements.

  • Blood Pressure Control
  • Cholesterol Control
  • Stroke & Cardiovascular Prevention
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment
  • Decrease Cancer Risk
  • Improve Memory, Focus & Mood

Important Note: The Salmon Oil Concentrate used in this soft gel is manufactured in Norway under strict quality control standards. It is tested to be free of potentially harmful levels of contaminants (i.e., mercury, heavy metals, PCB's, dioxins, and other contaminants).

Omega-3

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a qualified health claim that Omega-3 can lower the risk of coronary heart disease. Additionally, Omega-3 can reduce inflammation, clotting, cholesterol and blood pressure.

Essential Amino Acids

Wild salmon oil contains essential amino acids, which are proteins derived from food. Easily digested and absorbed, these proteins help repair cells, bones and muscles and regulate your metabolism.

Vitamins

Wild salmon contains vitamins A, D, B6, B and E. These vitamins help build red blood cells, protect bones, cells and tissues, and promote a healthy immune, circulatory and nervous system.

Minerals

Trace amounts of calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium and phosphorus are found in wild salmon. Combined, these minerals support red blood cell development and help strengthen teeth, bones and the immune system.

Salmon oil mainly contains omega 3 fatty acids. This is considered to be an excellent way to boost up the HDL in the blood. There are many benefits and uses of salmon oil and generally side effects are most uncommon. After many a research and discoveries that followed, salmon oil has proven to be very excellent and extremely essential for health. In other words, salmon oil is known to be very advantageous for health, at almost every stage of life.

There are many benefits and uses of salmon oil because it is known to provide long-term advantages in terms of health. Here are some of them listed below:

  • Salmon oil is used for the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Researchers believe that it is very useful as a measure of protection against heart attack.
  • Salmon oil is said to be a very good supply of essential nutrients for the body, as the oil supplements are known to be very beneficial for eyesight.
  • Salmon oil is known to reduce the ‘bad’ cholesterol in the body as it increases the HDL in the blood.
  • Inflammation in the body can cause excruciating pain, discomfort and decreased mobility. This is yet another benefit of salmon oil - it helps in reducing the inflammation.
  • Salmon oil is also packed with essential fatty acids. These help in the reduction of the symptoms of diseases such as asthma, gallstones, psoriasis, arthritis, atherosclerosis, Crohn’s disease etc. Studies have shown that children, who consume fresh salmon fish regularly, have a lower risk of developing asthma than others who generally avoid the consumption of fish.
  • Salmon oil is also known to prevent prostrate cancer.
  • It also helps in the reducing the chances of breast cancer.
  • Research has shown that the right intake of salmon oil also reduces the feeling of depression. Low levels of the intake have shown high level of depression between people as compared to those who consumed this at least twice a week.
  • A high intake of salmon oil is also linked to a decline in the suffering caused by Alzheimer's disease. Low levels of it can cause frequent memory losses later on in life.
  • Salmon oil also helps in lowering high blood pressure.
  • One of the other benefits of salmon oil is that it reduces the pain caused by menstrual cramps.

Uses of Salmon Oil:

Omega 3 fish oil has uses that are far reaching. The most popular use of salmon oil is in its role as a natural and effective reliever from pain. It is also one of the safest kinds available. Therefore it is used in numerous medications. Drugs that used omega 3 fish oil proved to be more effective for people suffering from inflammatory diseases, respiratory diseases etc.

Salmon oil is also unique because it provides an added boost of omega 3’s compared to any other kind of oil. It is the most complete omega 3 fish oil supplement.

When taking an intake of salmon oil supplements, moderation is the keyword. These are very useful for brain development and memory function. Salmon oil capsules need to be taken under medical supervision to ensure you have the right balance. In some cases, there have been side effects such as a fishy taste, belching problems and nausea. But with proper instructions, even these can be diminished.

Salmon oil is a miracle food that helps us maintain a healthy body due to all its beneficial properties. The uses of salmon oil are aplenty and it is only the matter of correct usage that will give us the best effects in the long run.

Blood Pressure Control

Consuming 3 g or more of salmon oil every day may reduce high blood pressure, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Because this high intake of fish oil could cause bleeding problems, consult a physician and don't self-medicate.

Cholesterol Control

Studies of Eskimos subsisting on foods rich in omega-3 oils show higher HDL, or good cholesterol, and lower blood triglycerides. However, according to MedlinePlus, other studies show mixed benefits of fish oil consumption. Sometimes bad cholesterol, or LDL, levels also climb.

Stroke and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

Eating fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids even just twice a week reduces the risk of stroke by 50 percent, according to the University of Maryland. Fish oil also lowers the chances of heart attack and arrhythmia and reduces arteriosclerosis, or the buildup of harmful plaque in veins and arteries. However, taking more than 3 g of salmon oil per day could increase chances of death from hemorrhagic stroke, or bleeding in the brain.

Organ Transplant Benefits

Heart and kidney transplant recipients who take cyclosporine---which prevents organ rejection---and daily fish oil supplements show better kidney function and lower blood pressure than patients taking cyclosporine alone. Some studies detected no benefits, but the overall evidence supports a positive effect.

Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment

Rheumatoid arthritis patients participating in three-month trials of fish oil supplements in combination with pain relievers like aspirin and ibuprofen saw some improvement, with less morning stiffness and reduced joint pain. Although symptoms eased, the studies showed no effect on underlying joint damage.

Speculative Effects

Though purported benefits of salmon oil range from the treatment of lupus and the prevention of colon cancer to the control of bipolar disorder, current scientific evidence does not support those claims. Overconsumption of salmon or fish oil can even present toxic dangers. According to a 2005 study, pollutants including pesticides and PCB's were 10 times higher in farmed salmon than in wild salmon. The Washington State Department of Health recommends trimming fat and skin from farmed salmon before cooking.

Decrease Cancer Risk

A study done by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center in Seattle discovered that long-term fish oil supplementation reduced participants' risk for developing breast cancer. Consuming just one serving of fatty fish such as salmon per week can decrease your risk for developing renal cancer by 44 percent. The omega-3 fatty acids may also help to delay the progression of certain cancers.

Improve Memory, Focus and Mood

Omega-3 fatty acids in salmon oil are needed for proper brain function. The University of Maryland Medical Center reports that those with diets lacking in omega-3 fatty acids often show symptoms of fatigue, poor memory, mood swings and depression. Long-term salmon intake may also help to protect against the development of Alzheimer disease and age-related cognitive decline.

Arthritis

In the body, omega-3 fatty acids can be further broken down into other compounds, one of which has been shown to decrease inflammation. These resolvins can help to decrease the pains associated with arthritis and swelling.


Possibly effective for...

  • High blood pressure. Fish oil seems to produce modest reductions in blood pressure in people with high blood pressure. The omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil seem to be able to expand blood vessels, and this brings blood pressure down.
  • Rheumatoid arthritis. Fish oil alone, or in combination with the drug naproxen (Naprosyn), seems to help people with rheumatoid arthritis get over morning stiffness faster. People who take fish oil can sometimes reduce their use of pain medications such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
  • Menstrual pain (dysmenorrhea). Taking fish oil alone or in combination with vitamin B12 seems to improve painful periods and reduce the need for pain medications such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
  • Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children. Taking fish oil seems to improve thinking skills and behavior in 8 to 12 year-old children with ADHD.
  • Raynaud’s syndrome. There’s some evidence that taking fish oil can improve cold tolerance in some people with the usual form of Raynaud’s syndrome. But people with Raynaud’s syndrome caused by a condition called progressive systemic sclerosis don’t seem to benefit from fish oil supplements.
  • Stroke. Moderate fish consumption (once or twice a week) seems to lower the risk of having a stroke by as much as 27%. However, eating fish doesn’t lower stroke risk in people who are already taking aspirin for prevention. On the other hand, very high fish consumption (more than 46 grams of fish per day) seems to increase stroke risk, perhaps even double it.
  • Weak bones (osteoporosis). Taking fish oil alone or in combination with calcium and evening primrose oil seems to slow bone loss rate and increase bone density at the thigh bone (femur) and spine in elderly people with osteoporosis.
  • Hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis). Fish oil seems to slow or slightly reverse the progress of atherosclerosis in the arteries serving the heart (coronary arteries), but not in the arteries that bring blood up the neck to the head (carotid arteries).
  • Kidney problems. Long-term use (two years) of fish oil 4-8 grams daily can slow the loss of kidney function in high-risk patients with a kidney disease called IgA nephropathy. Fish oil also seems to reduce the amount of protein in the urine of people who have kidney disease as a result of diabetes.
  • Bipolar disorder. Taking fish oil with the usual treatments for bipolar disorder seems to improve symptoms of depression and increase the length of time between episodes of depression. But fish oil doesn’t seem to improve manic symptoms in people with bipolar disorder.
  • Psychosis. Taking a fish oil supplement might help prevent full psychotic illness from developing in people with mild symptoms. This has only been tested in teenagers and adults up to age 25.
  • Weight loss. Some evidence shows that eating fish improves weight loss and decreases blood sugar in overweight people and people with high blood pressure.
  • Endometrial cancer. There is some evidence that women who regularly eat about two servings of fatty fish per week have a reduced risk of developing endometrial cancer.
  • Age-related eye disease (age-related macular degeneration, AMD). There is some evidence that people who eat fish more than once per week have a lower risk of developing age-related macular degeneration.
  • Reducing the risk of blood vessel re-blockage after heart bypass surgery or “balloon” catheterization (balloon angioplasty). Fish oil appears to decrease the rate of re-blockage up to 26% when given for one month before the procedure and continued for one month thereafter. When taken for less than one month before angioplasty, fish oil doesn’t help protect the blood vessel against closing down.
  • Recurrent miscarriage in pregnant women with antiphospholipid syndrome. Taking fish oil seems to prevent miscarriage and increase live birth rate in pregnant women with a condition called antiphospholipid syndrome.
  • High blood pressure and kidney problems after heart transplant. Taking fish oil seems to preserve kidney function and reduce the long-term continuous rise in blood pressure after heart transplantation.
  • Damage to the kidneys and high blood pressure caused by taking a drug called cyclosporine. Cyclosporine is a medication that reduces the chance of organ rejection after an organ transplant. Fish oil might help reduce some of the unwanted side effects of treatment with this drug.
  • Movement disorder in children (dyspraxia). Taking fish oil orally, in combination with evening primrose oil, thyme oil, and vitamin E (Efalex, Efamol Ltd), seems to improve movement disorders in children with dyspraxia.
  • Developmental coordination disorder. A combination of fish oil (80%) and evening primrose oil (20%) seems to improve reading, spelling, and behavior when given to children age 5-12 years with developmental coordination disorder. However, it doesn’t seem to improve motor skills.
  • Preventing blockage of grafts used in kidney dialysis. Taking fish oil orally seems to help prevent clot formation in hemodialysis grafts.
  • Psoriasis. There is some evidence that administering fish oil intravenously (by IV) can decrease severe psoriasis symptoms. But taking fish oil by mouth doesn’t seem to have any effect on psoriasis.
  • High cholesterol. There is interest in using fish oil in combination with “statin” drugs for some people with high cholesterol. Doctors were worried at first that taking fish oil might interfere with statin treatment, but early studies show this is not a problem, at least with the statin called simvastatin. Scientists think fish oil may lower cholesterol by keeping it from being absorbed in the intestine. There is some evidence that using vitamin B12 along with fish oil might boost their ability to lower cholesterol.
  • Coronary artery bypass surgery. Taking fish oil seems to prevent coronary artery bypass grafts from re-closing following coronary artery bypass surgery.
  • Cancer-related weight loss. Taking a high dose (7.5 grams per day) of fish oil seems to slow weight loss in some cancer patients. Some researchers believe these patients eat more because the fish oil is fighting depression and improving their mood.
  • Asthma. Some research suggests fish oil may lower the occurrence of asthma in infants and children when taken by women late in pregnancy. Furthermore, fish oil seems to improve airflow, reduce cough, and lower the need for medications in some children with asthma. However, fish oil treatment doesn’t seem to provide the same benefit for adults.



Nutrition Info
Serving Size: 2 Softgels
Servings Per Container: 50

Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value*

Calories

20

Calories from Fat

20

Total Fat

2 g

3%*

Saturated Fat

0.5 g

3%*

Trans Fat

0 g

Polyunsaturated Fat

1 g

Monounsaturated Fat

0.5 g

Cholesterol

10 mg

3%

Salmon Oil Concentrate

2.0 g (2,000 mg)

Omega-3 Fatty Acids

400 mg

Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)

240 mg

Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)

160 mg

* Percent Daily Values are based on 2,000 calorie diet.
† Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients:
Softgel Capsule (gelatin, glycerin, water) and Vitamin E (as natural d-alpha tocopherol). Contains fish (salmon) and soy derivatives.

Suggested Usage: As a dietary supplement, take 2 softgels daily with food.

Contains no: sugar, salt, starch, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, milk, egg, shellfish or preservatives.

Do Not Eat Freshness Packet. Keep in Bottle.

Disclaimers: *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

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