Americans have a fat deficiency. It sounds crazy, right? But it’s true — the average American diet is lacking certain types of healthy fats. Not the type we get from fast food — but Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids. Our bodies need them to stay healthy, and they can’t produce them on their own.
We normally get Omega 3s by eating fish (recommended 2 servings per week), or certain fruits and vegetables (5 servings per day). But few Americans get anywhere near what they need – and this deficiency may be dangerous.
Researched Omega 3 benefits include:
- Heart and immune system support*
- Better skin and hair*
- Brain and memory support*
- Mood support*
- Eye health*
- Cellular membrane support*
The first Omega 3 benefits were initially identified in 1970 by scientists studying the Inuit in Greenland. Their research pointed to large amounts of these essential fatty acids in a diet consisting almost entirely of high-fat fish as a possible reason for the nation’s heart health.* Compare that to America today, where most diets lack the Omega 3 benefits and heart health is a major issue.*
Since that initial study, over 14,000 research papers have been published on the many health benefits of Omega 3 and 6. Many of the Omega 3 benefits found in these studies are listed near the top of this page.
Immuno-Viva® Core is a great source of Omega 3, providing 1.4 grams per serving. And because it combines Omega 3 with powerful lipid soluble antioxidant activity, it provides even more cellular support.* Click here to see for yourself, or learn more about the Immuno-Viva origin story. *