The Dietary Guidelines for Americans since 2010 is to consume a minimum of eight ounces of seafood per week to maintain a sufficiently healthy cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, and neurological systems. Eight ounces of seafood equates to approximately 2000 grams or 200,000 mg. The most beneficial kind of seafood is marine derived from “oily” fish such as salmon, mackerel, sardines, anchovies, swordfish, trout, and tuna in order to provide a sufficient average daily consumption Omega-3 fatty acids. It is estimated that if you consume 8 ounces of seafood per week, you will receive approximately 140g of omega-3 fatty acids in your diet.
If you are a person that doesn’t like seafood or can’t tolerate eating seafood, then supplementation is going to be a critical component to optimizing your daily dietary health. In order to just maintain good levels of Omega-3 fatty acids, you should consume a minimum of 2000 mg of triple strength fish oil per day (2 gel capsules). In order to optimize your levels, you should consume up to 6000 mg (6 gel capsules)
Suggested use: Take up to 2 to 6 capsules per day with or without food.
Benefits of taking Omega-3 Fatty acids include:
Suggested Use: Take a minimum of 2 gel capsules per day and do not exceed 6 capsules per day.
Contraindications: means that you should not take this product if you are taking one of the listed products below. You should check with your medical provider prior to taking this product if you are taking any of the listed medications.
Fish is the only food that directly supplies large amounts of the omega-3 fatty acids that have been shown to cut the risk of heart attack and stroke. Omega-3s may also elevate mood and help prevent certain cancers, cognitive decline, and eye disease. Most people can get enough by consuming fatty fish at least twice a week. Good choices include salmon and sardines since they're also low in mercury. People who already have coronary heart disease require about a gram a day of those fatty acids, an amount that frequently requires taking a supplement.
Negative Side Effects of consuming too much Omega-3 Fatty Acids include:
Nutritional supplements are classified as a food by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Supplements do not require the same rigorous testing, review and approval that drugs are required to go through. Therefore, the statements contained in this document regarding Triple Strength Fish Oil have not been reviewed and approved by the FDA. However, significant research has been done on this product by many universities, public and private business. We at 5-Point Wellness, LLC desire to share information about Triple Strength Fish Oil, in order to educate our clientele to make well informed decisions for themselves.