Fish Oil HP - omega 3 - 100 softgels
High Performance Fish Oil is filled with 550 mg of EPA/DHA fatty acids per one capsule, that makes it more than two times stronger than the average similar product on the market. Essential fatty acids carry more than 50 beneficial effects to the human body, especially athletes. Choosing the best fish oil is crucial - and Fish Oil HP provides the broadest range of benefits
"Omega-3 are healty fatty acids which carry more than 50 beneficial effects to the human body, from better brain functioning to losing weight. Nduranz HP Fish oil contains an extremly high concentration of EPA/DHA fatty acids"
- Very high content of EPA/DHA fatty acids
- Balancing LDL and HDL cholesterol
- Helps with high blood pressure
- Promotes cardiovascular health
- Takes part in proper hormone production
- Supports heart, brain and joint health
- Enhances immune function
- Two times stronger than an average omega-3 product on the market
Take 1-2 softgels with a meal.
Fatty acids for general health
Research has shown that taking Omega-3 fatty acids results in improved function of cardiovascular system. This supplement declines the levels of unhealthy LDL cholesterol and triglyceride and contributes to higher levels of HDL healthy cholesterol. In addition, Omega-3 actively promotes fat loss and helps with joint pain. Fatty acids are also an important component of nerve fibers and hormone production. With efficient intake, we can improve nervous system development and support mental health. With vitamins A, D, E, K being fat-soluble fatty acids are necessary to efficiently digest and use these vitamins.
The highest content of EPA and DHA on the market
EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid):
Omega-3 fatty acids, which act in the body largely by affecting the metabolism as a whole. People obtain these fatty acids by eating oily fish (such as salmon, mackerel, herring and others) because fish obtain these fatty acids from their diet of algae. In the past, people’s diets had a greater intake of EPA, which resulted in fewer diseases and abnormalities.
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid):
Omega-3 fatty acid; essential for the growth and functional development of infants and afterward for normal brain functions with adults. The regular consumption of DHA has a beneficial effect on learning and concentration, as the DHA fatty acid is “adopted” by the brain itself and fairly quickly used for fuel.