Fitness Friday Aging Younger Health Tip of the Day
Become Independent on Independence Day and FREE Yourself from the Medical Pharmaceutical Sickness Industry.
Did you know that the healthy human cell membrane is made up of the three long chain fatty acids, Omega -3, Omega-6, Omega-9, Cholesterol, Arachadonic Acid, Sulfur and Selenium? The body requires 10 Omega-3’s to every one Omega-6 to maintain a healthy cell membrane. Since the body does not make these long chain fatty acids (essential fatty acids), when the proper amount of Omega-3 intake is reduced, then the body must scramble to make something in its place.
Now, that the body is in survival mode it will begin to make a short chain Trans Fatty Acid to take the place of this long chain fatty acid. That short chain fatty acid is actually HDL & LDL Cholesterol. The medical pharmaceutical sickness industry has the public believing that this is good and bad cholesterol, when in fact it is bad and worse cholesterol. What the body requires is pristine cholesterol and not HDl and LDL. In order for us to rejuvenate our body we must make a continuous effort to consume high quality Omega-3’s that contain EPA and DHA, Phospholipids and Astaxanthin. This is where our Rejuvenis Krill Oil comes to the rescue.
EPA and DHA Omega-3 Fatty Acids
EPA abs DHA which stand for eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid are the two most active polyunsaturated fatty acids in the human body, contributing to all health benefits associated with Omega-3 fatty acids. As we get older, our bodies form less and less DHA and EPA, which may cause less mental focus and cognitive function making daily consumption of Rejuvenis Krill Oil more and more necessary for the aging population. Omega-3 also acts as a source of energy, it insulates the body against heat loss, prevents skin drying and flaking and cushions tissues and organs.
Krill oil, like fish oil, is a rich source of these essential fatty acids (EFAs). However, in krill oil these fatty acids are bound to phospholipids, enhancing their bioavailability. Phospholipids are a group of phosphorus-containing fats that are found in virtually every cell in the body. Unlike the common triglyceride form of omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil, the phospholipid form found in krill oil can easily form micelles; which allow them to mix with water (unlike other oils) and absorb into the body without the usual need for bile salts, enhancing ease of digestion and bioavailability.
Astaxanthin is a naturally occurring carotenoid that, because of its unique structure, provides a wide range of antioxidant benefits. Astaxanthin can help to protect cell membranes against free radical attack and potentiates the action of other antioxidants like Vitamins E and C. Scientific studies have demonstrated that Astaxanthin can help to support a healthy inflammatory response, enhance immune function, and provide neurological support.