Auum Omega 3 - A Healing Balance

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 What is Omega 3 and why is it essential?

Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids are a family of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA’s)

EPA - eicosapentaenoic acid
DHA – docosahexanoic acid
DPA – docosapentaenoic acid

The outer membrane of human cells acts as a gateway allowing raw materials in and processed materials out.  This outer membrane requires a constant supply of  PUFA’s to remain functional.  Omega 3 is an essential part of this replenishment.  A shortage of Omega 3 reduces the ability of cells to efficiently perform their function, leading to nutrient starvation and chronic illnesses.

Omega 3 is also converted into another class of chemical called eicosanoids, (a specific chemical/hormone group which are essential to regular healthy functioning), the most critical of which are prostaglandins.  Prostaglandins are important for the regulation of inflammation, pain, swelling, blood pressure, heart function, gastrointestinal function and secretion, kidney function and fluid balance, blood clotting and platelet aggregation, allergic response, nerve transmission, steroid production and hormone synthesis.  If the diet is inadequate, the Omega 3 prostaglandins produced are either lacking or unbalanced, leading to dysfunction of these vital bodily activities.

There are thousand of articles written about Omega 3 fatty acid.  Most are based on research done with fish oil, and can only present the benefits of EPA and DHA. 

Auum’s animal-based products provide the complete Omega 3 Fatty acids – EPA, DHA, and DPA in nature’s perfect balance.