SAN Nutrition Triple Strength Fish Fats
SAN Nutrition Triple Strength Fish Fats is a revloutionary new supplement that was formulated to support the athlete's efforts to build muscle, burn fat, and maintain optimum health by supplying the highest EPA/DHA content in one single-tasteless-serving.
The human organism needs adequate fatty acids to survive the daily bodily processes. Omega-3 fatty acids that are usually obtained from cold-water fish have demonstrated, in very recent clinical research†, to thwart the production of inflammatory mediators, such as bad prostaglandins. Omega-3s are best measured for active EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) content and should not be mistaken with the average fish oil products found in supermarkets today. Please review Figure A for a comparison chart between standard fish oil capsules and a high-grade fish oil produced such as SAN's Triple Strength Fish Fats.
Over 300% more omega-3's then ordinary fish oil products.
250% more epa then the competition
Almost 200% More DHA
Pesticide, Heavy Metal and Pollutant free
From fish grown and certified in norway
THE NEED FOR EXTRA FISH FATS
Since the typical Western diet primarily consists of Omega 6's and 9's (meat and vegetable oils) it becomes vitally important for those who are interested in offsetting bad prostaglandin production to consume extra amounts of Omega-3's that are rich in EPA and DHA content. Recent clinical research demonstrated†, that population groups who consumed large amounts of fish had considerably less heart and circulatory problems than those who ate none. Further, the scientific researchers also determined that the EPA and DHA content in the fish studied provided the necessary substrates for most beneficial health effects known to man. Focus, Concentration & Memory
CARDIOVASCULAR AND CORONARY HEART DISEASE (CHD)
Behavioral and concentration problems in young adults are associated with the active DHA content in blood plasma. Dyslexics showed remarkable improvement while supplementing EFA's that were rich in DHA and EPA fatty acids. The most interesting study we've discovered showed individuals with disorders in perception and thought process improved while supplementing an extra 3-5 grams of EPA and DHA daily. DHA is a structural component of the central nervous system. It was also demonstrated that DHA is the responsible substrate in facilitating optimum brain and eye development and therefore essential for pregnant women and young children. On a side note, it was documented that the breast milk of the average American woman is the lowest in the world. Given that fact, women contemplating pregnancy, especially American women, can benefit from Omega-3 supplements such as SAN's Triple Strength Fish Fats Fats.
In a Chicago Western Electric Study†, men who consumed 35grams or more of fish daily compared with those who consumed none had a relative lower risk of death from CHD (a condition that reduces the blood through the coronary arteries to the heart muscle). Until very recently, little was known about the effects of fish and Omega-3 fatty acids and risk of CHD in women. Fortunately, a study that was conducted with women published in the prestigious JAMA (Journal Of The American Medical Association) journal reported an inverse association between fish intake and Omega-3 fatty acids and CHD death.
Evidence from prospective secondary prevention studies† suggest that extra supplementation of EPA and DHA ranging from 0.5 to 2.0g/daily can significantly reduce cardiac problems, lower cholesterol levels, as well as prevent platelet aggregation. The fish recommendations must be balanced with concerns about environmental pollutants, which are often found in fish obtained even locally or from South America. SAN's new Triple Strength Fish Fats is one of the few supplements that was specifically selected from premium fish oils that are tested and certified to be 100% pollutant free. SAN's Fish Fats is essential for those concerned with meeting the daily recommendations that are set forth with the AHA (American Health Association) dietary guidelines