Stem Cell Therapy for Pain and Injuries

There is tremendous scientific evidence for the use of fish oil as a nutritional supplement. EPA and DHA are the two main omega-3 fatty acids (FA’s) in fish oil. There are many potential benefits, which may include:

Heart

  1. Supports circulation and healthy blood vessel function
  2. Promotes the metabolism of dietary fat and cholesterol
  3. Supports a healthy heart rhythm
  4. Promotes healthy triglyceride levels
  5. Lowers blood pressure
  6. Reduced risk of heart attack and stroke

Brain

  1. Supports healthy brain function
  2. Promotes positive mood and well-being
  3. Supports memory and learning ability
  4. Supports focus and attention
  5. May help slow the progression of age-related memory loss
  6. Protects nerve and brain cells from oxidative stress and damage

Eyes

  1. Promotes healthy eyes and vision
  2. Can help alleviate dryness and redness
  3. Protects against age-related oxidative damage

Joints

  1. Supports the resolution of pain in the joints and back. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential if you have osteoarthritis.
  2. Promotes back and joint health
  3. Promotes joint mobility and flexibility

Fitness

  1. Enhances cardiovascular function
  2. Supports optimal fat metabolism and body composition
  3. Enhances exercise performance, endurance and recovery

Digestive Health

  1. Protects against free radicals
  2. Supports digestive and GI health

Kids

  1. May support learning

Skin, hair and nails

  1. Nourishes skin, hair and nails
  2. Protects against free radicals
  3. Supports a clear and healthy complexion
  4. Protects against age-related damage

 

Potential side effects of Fish Oil

If you get a low quality product, you max get fish burps and an upset stomach. These side effects don’t exist with a high quality product. Therefore, it’s worth a few extra dollars to purchase a better product. You may also get loose stools and an increased risk of bleeding with higher doses. Caution is advised in people with bleeding disorders or those taking medication that may increase the risk of bleeding.

 

Who should NOT use Fish Oil?

Those who are allergic to fish, fish oil or omega-3 fatty acids.

 

Who might consider Fish Oil use?

Anyone who would like any of the benefits noted above.

 

How is Fish Oil supplied?

Fish oil comes in liquid or pill form.

 

Considerations when using fish oil and having a procedure

For 2 weeks prior to a procedure and the 3 months after, use only 1-2 g daily if you were on a higher dose.