LifeSource's Super Omega 3-6-9 is a supplement that truly covers all aspects of supporting heart and circulation health - it contains flax and canola seed oils for Omega 3, GLA from primrose for Omega 6, and Oleic acid for Omega 9. LifeSource's Super Omega 3-6-9 is the perfect supplement for individuals wanting to add essential oils to their diet.
The key type of omega-6 fatty acid is called GLA (gamma linolenic acid). GLA is a precursor to hormone-like prostaglandins (PGE-1). Prostaglandins and specifically PGE-1 are powerful health "gladiators" cascading through the body. PGE-1 promotes healthy blood flow to and from the heart by supporting blood vessels.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids: 690 mg, Omega-6 Fatty Acids: 600mg, Omega-9 Fatty Acids: 420 mg, Other fatty acids, saturated fats, phospholipids, etc. 690mg
Essential fatty acids are either Omega-3 oils or Omega-6 oils. Sources of Omega-3 are cod liver oil or fish oils, we only use Cold Water Salmon. Flax oil, flaxseed or leafy green vegetables. Some nuts also contain Omega-3's (walnuts). Omega-6 sources are corn oil, wheat germ oil, soy oil, borage oil, evening primrose oil, blackcurrent oil plus many of the other grocery store bought cooking oils. Almost all processed foods are very high in Omega-6's. Essential fatty acids play critical roles in body structure and function, in fact life cannot be sustained without them.
LifeSource's Super Omega 3-6-9 is a blend of Fish, Borage and Organic Flax Seed Oils. We only use Wild Cold Water Salmon
for our fish oil! This combination of well-known nutritional oils provides a unique balance of Omega-3 and Omega-6
Essential Fatty Acids plus Omega-9, a non-essential, but beneficial fatty acid. The Omega-3's, Alpha Linolenic Acid, EPA
and DHA, and the Omega-6, GLA, are necessary for the maintenance of cardiovascular, nervous system and skin health.
Oleic Acid, an Omega-9, has also been shown to promote a healthy vascular system. •Nerve transmission • Pressure
regulation in the eye, joints and blood vessels • Division of cells (growth and healing processes) • Response to pain,
swelling and inflammation • Muscle reflexes • Transporting of oxygen from cells to tissue • Maintaining health of cell
membranes • Supporting immune response • Providing energy to the heart muscle