Brain-Body OMEGAS Liquid for children & Adults 2 month supply
Excellent to help with
repair to nerves after damage
repair in MS
TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury
Supplement with our VITAL D and you can heal from any TBI and Brain DIS-EASE
Dolphin OMEGA 3 levels 19
Average American 4-6%
Average Japanese 8-9%
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How EPA and DHA Measure Up
The Omega-3 Index test is simply a measure of the amount of EPA and DHA in the blood, specifically the red blood cell membranes. For example, if you have 64 fatty acids in a cell membrane and 3 are EPA and DHA, then you would have an Omega-3 Index of 4.6%.
When you take an Omega-3 Index test it gives you a percentage. Well, what does that mean exactly? An Omega-3 Index of 8% or higher is ideal, the lowest risk zone. However, most consumers hover around 6% or below. And unfortunately in the US, most people are at 4% or below – the highest risk zone. Being in the highest risk zone translates to a 90% higher risk of sudden cardiac death
Most consumers are not familiar with the Omega-3 Index test. In fact, many don’t even know about the health risks associated with low omega-3 levels. And for those who actually do understand what all of this means, there is still a lot of confusion.
For example, will all omega-3s raise the Omega-3 Index? The answer is no. ONLY EPA and DHA omega-3s will raise the Omega-3 Index. ALA, another popular omega-3 found in sources like flax and chia, will have no impact on the Omega-3 Index.
Low omega-3 levels are associated with a multitude of health issues such as heart disease, Alzheimer’s, eye disease, and much more.