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Essential fatty acids (EFA) are essential to the nervous system, skin, and cardiovascular system and play a significant role in metabolism. Because the body does not naturally synthesize EFA, we need some form of essential fatty acids in our daily diet to maintain optimal health.

Agel Omega 3Major benefits of Essential Fatty Acids (EFA) are:

  • Supports the cardiovascular system
  • Provides essential building blocks for the brain and central nervous system
  • Plays a part in cellular processes that are critical to the body
  • Supports the body’s natural inflammatory response
  • Supports overall joint health

With Agel’s new Omega 3 product you get the highest quality EFA possible in a way that has never before been offered.

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Overview

Essential fatty acids (EFA) are essential to the nervous system, skin, and cardiovascular system, and play a significant role in metabolism. Because the body does not naturally synthesize EFA, we need some form of essential fatty acids in our daily diet to maintain optimal health.

Omega 3 SourcesThe essential fatty acid Omega 3 is prevalent in most fish oils and some plant oils. However, the natural fatty acids in these oils are highly unsaturated and thereby susceptible to oxidation, creating challenges in traditional delivery methods. Because of the oxidation factor, most fish oil products are unpleasant. To overcome this challenge, Agel has emulsified the Omega 3 fatty acids into its patent-pending suspension gel. The proprietary gel technology protects the critical nutrients in the Omega 3 while ensuring a faster, simpler, tastier, and more complete delivery system without the overpowering side effects. Not all EFA supplements are equal. Omega 3 fatty acids are primarily composed of EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) and DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid). Both compounds are key contributors to the positive effects of Omega 3 and both are carefully preserved in Agel’s new Omega 3 gel product.

In the past, diseases were simple; they were mainly infectious diseases,Tuberculosis, syphilis, typhoid, or meningitis. Once they were identified, and if you had the appropriate antibiotic, they were easily cured. Think of a tasty ingested health supplement named Omega 3 with the needed omega 3 fish oil nutrients you have been seeking or should have. Agel Enterprises bring you this health technology breakthrough in the best form for bioavailability.

Today diseases can be chronic, and can be complex. There isn’t just one main cause anymore, but multiple causes. There is no longer a single unique treatment, but many different ones aimed at reducing symptoms. Chronic diseases like these have become one of the main reasons for suffering and sometimes death.

70 years ago, antibiotics were discovered and this became the biggest step forward in the history of medicine. Today we are witnessing a similar revolution. We now understand how important the effects of nutrition are for the human body and how it can seriously affect our health. One of the most serious factors is the strong increase of Omega 6 in the western diet along with the simultaneous reduction of Omega 3.

There is a broad consensus amongst scientific experts, that this imbalance is an important explanation for many chronic diseases that affect us today. Biology, biochemistry, physiology, and even therapeutic human testings all show the same thing: the imbalance of Omega 3 to Omega 6, can cause, trouble for the body, however, its correction can bring the body back to a normal state.

Pr David Servan Schreiber

Pittsburg University (USA), University of Lyon (France).

Fish oils need to be preserved and not processed for providing the most amount of health benefits to the consumer. Mass production and the need for immediate gratification has unfortunately created poor consumption habits and health deterioration has followed. Agel has formulated an extremely healthy manner in which omega 3 fish oil can be consumed by anyone without the refining process. Agel’s omega 3 fish oil suspended gel product is the solution for optimizing better health in so many facets.

Our present diet has increased in Omega 6 content since the sixties. It is estimated that the Omega 6/Omega 3 ratio is between 10 and 30 Omega 6, to 1 Omega 3 – or even as much as 100 Omega 6 to 1 Omega 3 in some countries while ideal ratio would be 1 to 1 or, at the worst, 5 to 1.

Omega 3 Fish oil

The situation is made worse by the fact that Omega 6 prevents the benefits of Omega 3 to our body from taking effect. This is because Omega 6 and Omega 3 compete with each other. Furthermore, Omega 3 and 6 metabolisms use the same enzymes, vitamins and minerals. An excessive supply of Omega 6 immobilizes those precious substances and prevents the organism from accurately organising the Omega 3 metabolism.

It is also more important to reduce consumption of Omega 6 than to increase consumption of Omega 3. These health measures, associated with Omega 3 supplementation, could be an aid in reducing the number of chronic diseases such as rheumatism, allergies, auto-immune diseases, cardiovascular diseases, cancer, depression and many others.

Fish oil is, by far, the best source of Omega 3 compared to other marine oil such as krill oil, mussels; seaweeds or vegetable oil as flax seed oil, purslane and, among fish, salmon is the king. Brown seaweed containing fucoidan is however a highly effective immune system booster.

Agel partnered with a salmon farm located in the Northwest coast of Norway in a beautiful fjord of cold water, far from pollution and chemical contamination. Norwegians are known for mastering the art of gently extracting the oil from salmon and preserving it from oxidation until its final destination: our stomach! Immediately after extraction from the salmon, the oil is purified by gentle molecular distillation, removing any potential heavy metal and the remaining concentrated oil is protected against oxidation by a patented process. The result: a creamy gel emulsion with a zesty orange flavor for your daily omega 3 ingestation. Omega 3 fish oil has never tasted so great.

Health benefits of the OM3 with omega 3 salmon oil in suspended gel omega 3 fish oil health supplement breakthrough:

Essential fatty acids reduce risk of diseases.

Helps reduce chronic diseases including:

  • Rheumatism
  • Allergies
  • Immune system diseases
  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Cancer
  • Depression

Usages

Take one Agel Omega-3 a day.

Precaution : 

  • Do not take this product if you are allergic to fish
  • Pregnant or Lactating persons with known medical conditions should consult with their physician prior to using this product. 

Salmon Omega 3

Some manufacturers offer flavored fish oil capsules to mask the smell and taste of oxidation, others offer enteric fish oil capsules, which are coated with a substance that dissolve only after entering in the intestine so that potentially rancid fish oil will not be burped up. We focus on preventing oxidation, which means that we don’t have to disguise these effects.

When taking fish oil supplements one should be concerned, not so much about the quantity of fish oil, but about the quality of the contents of the fish oil. High-end expensive oil will get more EPA and DHA concentration (both ingredients are essential, the remaining product being simply “marine product”). OM3 is produced by the “high-end” of fish oil manufacturers and contains the maximum of DHA and EPA. Made of fresh, natural salmon oil from the cold and clean Norwegian waters.

“Good Fats” influence every aspect of our life, from the beating of our hearts to our ability to learn and memorize. Eating a healthy balance of essential fatty acids will help to reduce the risk of many diseases; it might even save our lives. Omega 3 in OM3 essential fatty acids is…quite simply essential for life and essential for our health and well being. OM3 or omega 3 is for everyone from conception to old age and omega 3 is timeless, to be enjoyed all our lives, everyday of our lives. It’s time you ingested your omega 3 fish oil in a suspension gel with an orange flavor, from the leader in health technology – Agel Enterprises.

Ingredients

Ultra-purified omega 3 fish oil 2250 mg

Total omega-3 fatty acids 735 mg

Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) 400 mg

Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 265 mg

Agel omega 3 supplement facts

Other Ingredients: Water, Xylitol, Vegetable Glycerin,Natural Flavors, Citric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Guar Gum, Potassium Sorbate, Yellow Coloring [Turmeric (Cucuma longa) Root Extract]

Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)

Overview:

Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) is one of several omega-3 fatty acids used by the body. It is found in cold water fatty fish, such as salmon. It is also found in fish oil supplements, along with docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).

Omega-3 fatty acids are part of a healthy diet that helps lower risk of heart disease. Getting more EPA in your diet has positive effects on coronary heart disease, high triglycerides (fats in the blood), high blood pressure, and inflammation.

Most people in the Western world do not get enough omega-3 fatty acids in their diet.

Uses:

Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Because omega-3 fatty acids are needed for children's brains to develop properly, researchers have examined whether fish oil might reduce ADHD symptoms. So far, results have been mixed. One study showed fish oil might help, but many patients dropped out of the study before it was completed.

Depression

Some studies have shown that fish oil reduces symptoms of depression. Other studies suggest it may be EPA (and not DHA) that has the positive effect on depression.

Heart Disease

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Fish oil appears to have positive effects on existing heart disease. It also may lower the risk for developing heart disease. Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil help lower triglycerides, lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of blood clots, improve the health of arteries and reduce the amount of arterial plaque, which narrows arteries and causes heart disease.

The American Heart Association recommends eating fish, particularly fatty fish, at least two times a week. Fatty fish include salmon, herring, lake trout, sardines and albacore tuna. People with existing heart disease may need fish oil supplements in addition to adding more fish to their diet. Ask your doctor if fish oil supplements would be right for you.

Infant Development

Babies need a balance of omega-3 fatty acids for normal growth and development. Nutrition experts have issued recommendations for each type of omega-3 fatty acid in infant formulas and diets. According to these recommendations, intake of EPA for infants on formula diets should be less than 0.1%.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Several small studies indicate that fish oil may help reduce symptoms and inflammation associated with rheumatoid arthritis. However, it does not stop joint damage from getting worse.

Menstrual Pain

Fish oil appears to reduce the pain of menstrual cramps when taken on a regular basis (not just when menstruating).

Raynaud Syndrome

Several studies show that high doses (12 g) of fish oil can reduce sensitivity of the fingers and toes to cold in Raynaud syndrome. Doses this high should be taken only under a doctor's supervision.

Lupus

Two small studies suggested that fish oil reduced fatigue and joint pain from lupus.

Other Conditions

Omega-3 fatty acids, including EPA, may also have positive effects on lung and kidney diseases, type 2 diabetes, obesity, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, anorexia nervosa, burns, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, and early stages of colorectal cancer.

Dietary Sources:

Oily FishEPA is found in cold water fatty fish, including salmon, tuna, mackerel, sardines, shellfish, and herring. Although some of these fish contain low levels of mercury, the Food and Drug Administration has found that consuming several servings of fish each week poses no risk to healthy people and conveys many health benefits.

Women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant should avoid Atlantic mackerel, shark, swordfish, and tilefish, and should limit consumption of white albacore tuna to under 6 oz. per week.

High-quality fish oil supplements made by manufacturers who test for mercury and other toxins do not pose the same risk of mercury contamination. Read labels carefully and check for purity, or ask your doctor to help you find the best quality fish oil supplement.

How to Take It:

Pediatric

  1. Babies who are breastfed should get enough EPA if their mother is getting enough EPA in her diet.
  2. The International Society for the Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids recommends that formula for infants contain less than 0.1% EPA.

Agel omega 3Adult

  • The adequate daily intake of EPA for adults should be at least 220 mg per day.
  • In the diet: 2 - 3 servings of fatty fish per week, which corresponds to 1,250 mg EPA and DHA per day.
  • Fish oil supplements: 3,000 - 4,000 mg standardized fish oils per day. Read the label to check levels of DHA and EPA, which are not the same as mg of fish oil. People who take blood-thinning medication, such as warfarin (Coumadin) or aspirin, or people who have hemophilia should check with their doctors to determine a safe dose.

Some fish oil supplements also contain vitamin E to maintain freshness. For supplements, follow the directions on product labels for storage requirements, as some products may need to be refrigerated. Do not use products beyond their expiration date.

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)

Overview:

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is an omega-3 fatty acid. It is found in cold water fatty fish, such as salmon. It is also found in fish oil supplements, along with eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). Vegetarian sources of DHA come from seaweed.

Your body needs DHA for the proper functioning of your brain as an adult, and for the development of your nervous system and visual abilities during the first 6 months of life. In addition, omega-3 fatty acids are part of a healthy diet that helps lower risk of heart disease.

Our bodies naturally produce small amounts of DHA, but we must get the amounts we need from our diet or supplements. Most people in the Western world do not get enough omega-3 fatty acids in their diet.

Uses:

Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Infant agel omega 3

Because omega-3 fatty acids are needed for children's brains to develop properly, researchers have examined whether fish oil might reduce ADHD symptoms. So far, results have been mixed. One study showed fish oil might help, but many patients dropped out of the study before it was completed.

Depression

Although some studies have shown that fish oil reduces symptoms of depression, it isn't clear whether DHA alone has the same effect. Other studies suggest it may be EPA which has the positive effect on depression.

Heart Disease

Fish oil appears to have positive effects on existing heart disease. It also may lower the risk for developing heart disease. Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil help lower triglycerides (fats in the blood), lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of blood clots, improve the health of arteries, and reduce the amount of arterial plaque, which narrows arteries and causes heart disease. The American Heart Association recommends eating fish, particularly fatty fish, at least two times a week. Fatty fish include salmon, herring, lake trout, sardines and albacore tuna. People with existing heart disease may need fish oil supplements in addition to adding more fish to their diet. Ask your doctor if fish oil supplements would be right for you.

Infant Development

DHA plays a crucial role in the growth and development of the central nervous system as well as visual functioning in infants.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Several small studies indicate that fish oil may help reduce symptoms and inflammation associated with rheumatoid arthritis. However, it does not stop joint damage from getting worse.

Menstrual Pain

Fish oil appears to reduce the pain of menstrual cramps when taken on a regular basis (not just when menstruating).

Raynaud Syndrome

Several studies show that high doses (12 g) of fish oil can reduce sensitivity to cold in the fingers and toes of people with Raynaud syndrome. Doses this high should be taken only under a doctor's supervision.

Lupus

Two small studies suggested that fish oil reduced fatigue and joint pain associated with lupus.

Dietary Sources:

Oily fish agel omega 3DHA is found in cold water fatty fish, including salmon, tuna (bluefin tuna have up to five times more DHA than other types of tuna), sardines, shellfish, and herring.

Although some of these fish contain low levels of mercury, the Food and Drug Administration has found that consuming several servings of fish each week poses no risk to healthy people and conveys many health benefits.

Women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant should avoid king mackerel, shark, swordfish, and tilefish. They should also limit consumption of white albacore tuna to under 6 oz. per week.

High-quality fish oil supplements made by manufacturers who test for mercury and other toxins do not pose the same risk of mercury contamination. Read labels carefully and check for purity, or ask your doctor to help you find the best quality DHA supplement.

For infants, breast milk from a mother who eats a healthy diet contains significant amounts of DHA. Infant formula may or may not have any DHA. Read labels carefully to find a brand that does.

How to Take It:

Agel Omega 3

Pediatric

Babies who are breastfed should get enough EPA if their mothers are getting enough EPA in her diet.

Adult

  • Most studies have used 1,000 - 2,500 mg of DHA per day.
  • In the diet: 2 - 3 servings of fatty fish per week, which corresponds to 1,250 mg EPA and DHA per day.
  • Fish oil supplements: 3,000 - 4,000 mg standardized fish oils per day. Read the label to check levels of DHA and EPA, which are not the same as mg of fish oil. People who take blood-thinning medication, such as warfarin (Coumadin) or aspirin, or people who have hemophilia should check with their doctors to determine a safe dose.
  • Pregnant women: 200 mg DHA per day
  • DHA supplements from algae: 200 mg per day

Gel Science

Agel Products

We could call it a "breakthrough innovation," but really...It’s all about the gel. What is suspension gel? It’s a plant-based, gelatinous fluid that allows basic nutrients to "float."

When nutrients "float," they stay dissolved and "suspended" and are more portable, easier to ingest, more accurate in their dosage and more readily absorbed by your body.

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More Portable

The science is clear. To get the most out of nutrients, you need to take them around the time you eat. That means carrying them around with you!

You can’t take a supplement you leave at home. And the soft suspension gel packs couldn’t be more grab-able, pocket-stuff-able, rip-and-sip-able, even fun to hold. Never forget your nutrition again.

Easier to Ingest

Let’s face it. Pills are hard to swallow—and not just for kids and seniors. Liquids often taste terrible. There has to be an easier way. There is. Suspension gel packs taste great and couldn’t be easier to sip. No spilling. No choking. No pill after taste. No water needed. Just nutrition where you need it.

More Accurate in Dosage

Each suspension gel pack contains an exact dosage of the nutrients your body needs, and the patent-pending gel technology means you get every last drop when you "rip and sip." No shaking. No ingredient sediments at the bottom that you miss. Each gel is a uniform blend of goodness with the same dosage of nutrients, every time.

Easily to absorbed by your Body

It’s called "bioavailability." That’s a big word for how readily your body can absorb the nutrients you swallow. Athletes take carbohydrates in gel packs mid-race so they get the benefit immediately.

Now you can get immediate results. Pills and their coatings may or may not get broken down. Liquids must be shaken and taken immediately. But the nutrients in gel packs are always dissolved, suspended, and ready to go to work.

Suspension Gel Technology - it’s all about the gel.

Gel Suspension Technology

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