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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Guest Post: Omega3 Benefits & Giveaway

Benefits of Omega3:  Krill Oil

The health benefits of omega3’s have been bombarding us at every turn. Literature, television, dieticians, homeopaths, personal trainers and medical professionals – are all touting the incredible health benefits associated with choosing to optimize your omega-3 intake. We are also more informed, than we ever have been before – when it comes to our personal health. Research, technology and modern medicine have given us more information than we could ever absorb regarding how to achieve optimal health and fitness goals.

And yet, heart disease is still the number one killer in America. We are an overweight, undernourished nation that constantly looks to the pharmaceutical industry for quick fix solutions to deep rooted problems in our personal health and well-being. The problem with many of these pharmaceutical choices is that many of them have side effects attached that we aren’t even aware of. Often, everything we need to achieve optimal health - can be found in our gardens, local farmers markets and marine communities.

Omega-3’s are vital in achieving optimal health. Omega 3 fatty acids are considered to be essential fatty acids. What’s so interesting about these essential fatty acids however is that while they are absolutely critical to human health, the human body cannot create omega 3s on its own.
Because our bodies are unable to develop omega 3’s, it is important to access our recommended daily intake through other sources.

Fish, such as salmon, tuna, halibut are all omega 3 sources. Other seafood sources that are high in omega 3’s, and happen to be more sustainable than fish options, are algae, and krill (small crustaceans found predominantly in the southern ocean). Some plants and nut oils are also sources of omega 3’s, however consuming enough of these plant and nut sources to make an effective difference on personal health would be a near impossible feat on a daily basis.

Here is a brief break down as to why you should be ensuring you are receiving optimal intake of omega-3’s:

Addressing Heart Disease

Extensive clinical evidence has proven the importance of omega-3’s in addressing heart disease and the signs and symptoms associated with it.  In fact, the American Heart Association has strongly pushed the necessity of omega 3 fatty acids in support of cardiovascular health. Clinical evidence suggests that omega 3’s help reduce risk factors such as high cholesterol and hypertension. Omega 3 fatty acids also work to slow the development of blood clots and plaque that clogs arteries. Those taking sufficient doses of omega 3’s on a regular basis will also have less risk of stroke and heart attacks. Another thing to take into consideration, is that when your heart is operating perfectly, you circulatory system is also keeping things moving freely. This provides your body the oxygen it needs to boost your energy levels and immune system – something that comes in handy if you are trying to achieve specific fitness goals.

Exercising regularly – be it through team based sports, or personal challenges such as marathons or yoga, will also promote your cardiovascular health.

Optimal cardiovascular health will not only help you live a long, vibrant life, but also allow you the freedom to achieve other holistic goals in your life – such as weight loss, fitness goals, cognitive challenges like furthering your studies or becoming a chess champion or tackling the rewarding job of being an incredible parent. Whatever your game plan is when it comes to living a full, dynamic life – heart health is the most important step towards making dreams a tangible reality.

Joint Inflammation

Research has shown omega 3 fatty acids to reduce inflammation. Reduced inflammation can lower the risk diseases associated with chronic pain such as arthritis. Some have even claimed that regular use of omega 3’s allowed them to reduce their intake of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. This is also an important factor for anyone that is experiencing chronic pain due to old (or new) physical injuries.

Premenstrual Symptom

Omega 3’s have been known to reduce pain from symptoms associated with premenstrual syndrome while also working to balance mood swings, boost cognitive function, and improve feelings of personal well-being – acting as a completely holistic form of relief. Because omega-3’s also work to reduce inflammation, they will also work to reduce the bloating that comes along with PMS.

Choosing to use omega-3 supplements on a daily basis is the simplest way to ensure you are receiving optimal omega-3 intake on a daily basis. Everest Nutrition Krill Oil is a powerful omega-3 supplement as each serving provides optimal concentration, purity and quality. Because krill are at the bottom of the food chain, they do not contain any of the contaminants or toxins found in many leading fish oil brands. Lastly, krill have an incredibly potent antioxidant power. So much so, that Krill Oil is actually able to provide 54x ore antioxidants than competing fish oil products. Antioxidants equal cell protection. Cell protection equals a healthy immune system, and a healthy immune system equals a healthy, vibrant you!

Everest Nutrition is really excited to work with, by providing one lucky reader with an entire one months’ supply of Krill Oil so that you can experience the powerful health benefits for yourself!


One lucky reader will receive 1(ONE) months supply of Krill Oil!

Giveaway ends on Tuesday March 19, 2013 at 12AM – winners will be decided by!

Required Entry: 
Tell me why you want to try Krill Oil?  Comment on this post!

Optionaly entries: (enter seperate comments for each entry!)
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2.  Follow me on Twitter.
4.  Tweet about Giveaway - you can do this 1x a day.  Leave link in comment.  Using @censiej and @Krill_Oil

Good luck!!  And thank you to Krill Oil for the great article and information and the FREE Krill Oil for one of my readers!!



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    Agen Bola reported, Everton’s Marouane Fellaini has stressed he is happy at Goodison Park despite speculation linking him with a move away from the club.
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    Agen Bola reported, Fulham manager Martin Jol remains coy over the possibility of succeeding David Moyes at Everton.
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