The One Thing Your Omega-3 Supplement is Missing

The One Thing Your Omega-3 Supplement is Missing

Some things are just better together. Peanut butter is great on its own, but once it was combined with jelly, it became part of an iconic sandwich that has been a staple for generations. Similarly, Omega-3 fatty acids have many health benefits on their own, but when combined with Vitamin E, it becomes even better.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids: What’s the Big Deal?

Made up of three types of fatty acids, Omega-3 consists of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). EPA and DHA are found in fish while ALA are found in plants. Although Omega-3s are necessary to perform important functions in the body, we aren’t able to produce the amount we need on our own. Omega-3s have been known to support healthy inflammatory responses and immune responses, mental acuity, encourage bone strength and normal cholesterol levels, which are crucial for a healthy cardiovascular system.


Benefits of Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a vital nutrient that supports vision, reproduction, and blood, brain and skin health. Plus, its antioxidant properties promote normal cell signaling, heart health and encourage normal inflammatory responses.


Dynamic Duo: Vitamin E and Omega-3

You may have noticed that vitamin E and omega-3 have similar benefits, many of which are able to complement each other. For example, vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin and is easier for the body to absorb when it’s consumed with a fat, like omega-3! When you combine the antioxidant and fat-soluble nature of vitamin E with omega-3 fatty acids, their individual strengths compound into additional benefits.

One study found that supplementing these together proved to be a good combination to gain both antioxidants and encourage normal inflammatory responses. While omega-3 strengthens the body’s defenses, vitamin E enhances its ability to repel harmful invaders. Additional studies have shown that supplementing vitamin E and omega-3 together helps support normal cholesterol levels and overall heart health. Combining omega-3 fatty acids with vitamin E may also help protect these valuable minerals from becoming rancid and losing their benefits.


Who Needs Omega-3s?

Because the body isn’t able to make omega-3 fatty acids, we must consume them from food or take a supplement. For many people, even those who love fatty fish like salmon, it isn’t realistic to eat the recommended two servings each week. Taking NatureWise Omega-3 Fish Oil 1,000mg + Vitamin E makes it easy to get enough omega-3 in your diet whether you like fish or not.


Although everybody requires omega-3s, they are especially beneficial for some people:


      Mood Improvement: Research studies indicate that omega-3 supplements may have a positive impact on symptoms of depression and anxiety.

      Pregnant Women: Omega-3s are essential for healthy growth and development of an infant’s brain. Adequate intake of omega-3s have been associated with potential benefits such as improved cognitive development, enhanced communication and social skills, reduced behavioral issues and a lower risk of developmental delay.

      Age-Related Conditions: Optimal levels of omega-3 fatty acids have been associated with a potential reduction in cognitive decline and a lower risk for memory disorders.


How NatureWise is Different

Each serving of NatureWise Omega-3 Fish Oil 1,000mg + Vitamin E is formulated by experts with 1,000 milligrams of omega-3s, consisting of 600 EPA and 400 DHA, for maximum benefits. NatureWise Omega-3 Fish Oil 1,000mg + Vitamin E is only made with high quality ingredients which is why you won’t find any wheat, gluten, dairy, corn, eggs, tree nuts or peanuts.




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