Omega 3 helps reduce the ageing process

A research project on patients with cardiovascular disease has shone light on how Omega 3 can work to reduce biological ageing. The level of omega 3 is inversely related to shortening of a part of DNA called telomeres. As cells divide the telomeres control the ability of the cell to replicate without damage. The shorter the telomeres the greater the chance of defects forming.

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The researchers concluded that ‘omega-3 fatty acids were associated with decelerated telomere attrition over 5 years’.

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The researchers also stated that more research was required, but provided an interesting insight into how the known health benefits of Omega 3, can be explained at a cellular level.

Chlorella has been shown to reduce body fat

A study published in the Journal of Medicinal foods has shown that consumption of Chlorella for a period of 16 weeks, reduces body fat. The research was conducted over 34 individuals split into high risk and low risk factors for life style related disease.

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This tiny micro algae contains numerous phytonutrients, such as lutein and zeaxanthin for eye health. If you would like to add chlorella to your diet, check out Ketolife Night time protein in the online shop.

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Omega 3 could help with Alzheimer’s prevention

A new study has recognised the importance of Omega 3 for blood flow in the brain, which suggests a link with Alzheimers. The EPA & DHA red blood cell scores, were linked with higher perfusion in the areas of the brain linked to cognitive function. The study authors suggested that small dietary changes could’ve a large impact on long term cognitive function.

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Omega 3 heart health supported by meta analysis

Omega 3 EPA and DHA from food and supplements may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD), according to results of a new meta-analysis, published in the Mayo Clinic proceedings.

The findings of the meta-analysis, also indicated that among randomized clinical trials, there was a statistically significant reduction in CHD risk in higher risk populations, including a 16% in those with high triglycerides and 14% in those with high LDL cholesterol.

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