ELEOTIN AQ Omega-3 – 3 months + 1 month free

$135.00

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Summary

 

Omega-3 was originally discovered and developed after scientists observed that heart disease was rare amongst the Inuit residing in northern Canada. Therefore, “real” Omega-3, whose benefits are “truly” supported by science, is the Omega-3 extracted from the fish originally consumed by the Inuit in northern Canada. Unsurprisingly, the best Omega-3 today comes from the designated clean areas in the Canadian northern regions.

But most mass producers of Omega-3 supplements simply use deep sea fish without differentiating the particular types of fish. There is an increased chance of polluting the body with poisonous heavy metals such as cadmium, mercury, and lead. Also, the processing needs to happen in low temperatures that prevent good Omega-3 from becoming harmful trans fats. It is very costly to do. But ingesting even the smallest amounts of trans fats can induce arteriosclerosis and cancer. Omega-3 made in harmfully warm environments are also more likely to oxidize during the manufacturing process.

Omega-3 has a diverse array of health benefits: lower cholesterol levels, improved blood circulation, provision of nutrients to the brain and retina, improved joint health, blood pressure control, and improved prostate health. But taken in excess, practically all of Omega-3’s health benefits disappear. Omega-3 can actually exacerbate the problems the supplements were supposed to alleviate in the first place. We have frequently seen diabetes patients having particular difficulty controlling their blood glucose levels after ingesting too much Omega-3.

Years of research and development has shown us that the optimal amount was to take twice a day one capsule containing the “correct” amount of high quality ingredients: 360 mg of EP and 240g of DHA. We found that this was an especially optimal dosage for those who were middle-aged and concerned about health problems such as insulin resistance, diabetes, and hypertension.

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Omega-3 has a diverse array of health benefits: lower cholesterol levels, improved blood circulation, provision of nutrients to the brain and retina, improved joint health, blood pressure control, and improved prostate health. Despite the long list of benefits, Omega-3 may still do more harm than good if consumed incorrectly.

 

First, you should not eat too much Omega-3.

 

Over consumption of Omega-3 is unlikely when it is acquired solely through natural food sources. It is difficult to eat such large amount of food, and the other nutrients in such foods produce a synergy effect with the Omega-3. However, industrial Omega-3 supplements are a different story. There

is a real danger of eating too much. This is the result of industrial manufacturers competing with each other by providing as much discounted Omega-3 as possible. Unsurprisingly, the quality of the Omega-3 made and sold this way is poor. The practice of megadosing on Vitamin C has become trendy, and it has unfortunately spread to Omega-3 consumption. But over dosing on Omega-3 is very dangerous.

Our company’s flagship products are mainly for diabetes patients. We frequently see diabetes patients having particular difficulty controlling their blood glucose levels after ingesting too much Omega-3 having particular difficulty controlling their blood glucose levels. There have been many dangerous cases where people took Omega-3 while continuing their aspirin regime. As a result, their blood was not able to clot and wounds were not able to heal. The Omega-3 benefits mentioned above only occur when the proper dosage is taken. But the consequences of excessive consumption can be horrific. Practically all of the health benefits disappear, and the excessive Omega-3 amount can actually exacerbate the problems the supplements were supposed to alleviate in the first place. The benefits of Omega-3 seem infinitely diverse. But overdosing can also cause a boundless number of harms.

Residents of Asian countries do not tend to consume as much corn and corn-fed meat products as North Americans. It can therefore be dangerous for Asian residents to assume they require the same amounts of Omega-3 as North Americans. Years of research and development has shown us that the optimal amount for Koreans was to take twice a day one capsule containing the “correct” amount of high quality ingredients: 360 mg of EP and 240g of DHA. We found that this was an especially optimal dosage for those who were middle-aged and concerned about health problems such as insulin resistance, diabetes, and hypertension.

 

Second, you must consider the source and manufacturing process of the ingredients.

 

When manufacturers simply use deep sea fish without differentiating the particular types of fish, there is an increased chance of polluting the body with poisonous heavy metals such as cadmium, mercury, and lead. The best fish to use for Omega-3 is deep sea fish caught in the designated clean areas of the Canadian northern regions. Naturally, making Omega-3 from this unique fish is expensive.

Untrustworthy manufacturing processes are another problem. Omega-3 from fish can spoil and rot, and change into trans fats, becoming quite harmful to the body. The processing needs to happen in low temperatures that prevent good Omega-3 from becoming harmful trans fats. It is very costly to do. But ingesting even the smallest amounts of trans fats can induce arteriosclerosis and cancer. Omega-3 made in harmfully warm environments are also more likely to oxidize during the manufacturing process.

Walnut oils and flaxseed oils have been used increasingly for their Omega-3. However, many experts are concerned about the presence of female hormones in these oils, and their relative inability to lower cholesterol.

 

Also, mass producers of Omega-3 supplements add preservatives to prolong their shelf life. But these preservatives can destroy the actual Omega-3 content. Mass producers frequently use farmed fish which are raised using large amounts of chemical fertilizers. The Omega-3 content in such fish is lower than what is found in the fish caught in the wild.

 

Third, then what is the natural, true Omega-3?

Omega-3 was originally discovered and developed after scientists observed that heart disease was rare amongst the Inuit residing in northern Canada. Therefore, “real” Omega-3, whose benefits are “truly” supported by science, is the Omega-3 extracted from the fish originally consumed by the Inuit. Omega-3 may now be extracted from other sources from other regions, but the original Omega-3 was extracted from the fish in northern Canada, and this Omega-3 unsurprisingly remains the best today.

 

V.         New Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms* (LUTS) Improvement Product

*includes male prostate symptom 

There are roughly three categories of LUTS:

  1. Storage Symptoms
  2. Urination Symptoms
  3. Post Urination Symptoms
  • Storage Symptoms include frequent daytime urination, nocturia (frequent night time urination), sudden urination, and urinary incontinence.
  • Urination Symptoms include thinning of the urine stream, hesitance in the urinary stream, dripping, the need for abdominal pressure, and the discontinuation of the urine stream.
  • Post Urination Symptoms include the lingering sense of urine, and dripping.

The most frequently observed LUTS in men relate to the prostrate.

Normal metabolism results in harmful bacteria, wastes, and toxic substances that need to leave the body as soon as possible. The longer they stay within the body, various health problems arise: lowered immune systems, lowered stamina, and a reduction in sexual drive.

LUTS in men is frequently caused by enlarged prostates, inflamed prostrates (prostatic hyperplasia), or prostrate cancer. Attention tends to be focused on the prostate when a male patient suffers from LUTS, and “LUTS” has become synonymous with “prostate problems”. Academics, however, have agreed that this approach is unscientific. Since 2000, LUTS has become the more common term used to diagnose a larger group of ailments and “prostate problems” have been considered a subset of the LUTS.

The Lower Urinary Tract is the system that forms the urine in the kidneys, stores it in the bladder, and excretes it. But the health of the lower urinary tract is directly related to the health of the body as a whole.

Proper excretion of waste is vital in the fight for good health, because the success of this function means toxins and possible causes of diseases are expelled from the body. In contrast, problems in this excretion can only mean harm for the body. It is akin to living in a city with a bad sewage system – it is hard to survive after a while.

Many cases of LUTS in men are attributed to poor prostate health. (However, there are many other causes. Focusing only on the prostate to treat LUTS can be harmful. This is one of the reasons saw palmetto can be a problem.) Women do not have prostates, and LUTS in women tend to be caused from a variety of other reasons. However, the treatment of LUTS in both men and women straight results in improvements in energy, concentration, and sexual health.

 

Let’s first discuss prostrate problems. This issue actually relates andropause (male menopause).

 

The prostate is a walnut sized organ (about 20g) covering the urethra from both sides, and sits below the bladder. It is a reproductive organ found only in men, and one of its functions is to produce semen. Just as women undergo changes in their reproductive organs during menopause, middle-aged men tend to experience inflamed prostates (prostatic hyperplasia).

According to the studies of health insurance companies, prostatic hyperplasia cases have increased over five fold in the last ten years. In Korea, five to ten percent of men in their thirties suffer from prostatic hyperplasia. The percentage rises to over 50% in men in their forties and fifties. For men over eighty, the percentage is 75%, and over 90% for men older than eighty five years.

The rise in prostatic hyperplasia has been attributed to an aging population (and thus a rise in those who are more susceptible to the condition), diabetes, insufficient zinc consumption, high cholesterol, over-consumption of animal fats, over-eating, and modern eating habits.

When the prostate is enlarged, it squeezes the urethra, and urine cannot flow out freely. When urine cannot completely leave the body, a condition called “urinary retention” can occur. This is a potentially fatal condition. It tends to happen during the winter months.

I personally knew two people who have died from urinary retention. They passed away before they could reach an emergency room. The condition is just that fatal.

In the beginning stages of prostatic hyperplasia, there is residual urine even after urination, and sometimes involuntary dripping after. If the condition further progresses, the urinary stream gradually decreases, as well as the amount of urine expelled. Sometimes there is a sudden need to urinate, urination becomes frequent, and happens during the night, interrupting sleeping patterns.

When urine remains in the bladder for too long, acute cystitis can occur, warranting a trip to the emergency room. The whole point of urine is to expel the waste from our body. But when urine itself isn’t leaving the body, a slew of diseases can arise from this failure. Our body’s health is maintained by the timely excretion of waste in it. When this does not happen, it is no surprise that diseases

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Weight 0.33 kg