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Health Benefits of EPA Fish Oil
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By: Gary Stanton Email Article
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Eicosapentaenoic acid or EPA is an omega-3 fatty acid which is deemed necessary for the health of the human body. Since our body cannot produce essential fatty acids, the only way that we can acquire EPA fish oil would be to eat foods that are rich in Omega-3 which are normally found in fishes such as albacore tuna; anchovies, blue fin tuna, halibut, herring, lake trout, mackerel, oysters, pilchards, rainbow trout, salmon, sardines, sea bass, swordfish, tuna, turbot and yellow fin tuna. You can also find these in some plants, several nut oils and other seafood such as krill and algae.

To date, there are numerous health benefits that you can expect from fish oil. These generally include experiencing better blood circulation given that it helps reduce triglyceride and serum cholesterol levels. Also, according to the American Heart Association, fish oil can help prevent the accumulation of triglycerides which then decreases the levels of excess triglycerides

Now since EPA fish oil is abundant in omega 3 which is known to effectively reduce cardiovascular diseases, this then reduces your risk of any heart arrhythmias and heart diseases. Apart from that, fish oil also helps lower your LDL cholesterol level (bad cholesterol) while increasing your HDL levels (good cholesterol).

In addition, studies show that fish oil can help prevent atherosclerosis in coronary patients as well as treat heart strokes. These findings then conclude that the regular usage of fish oil can actually prevent sudden cardiac deaths.

Now apart from being beneficial for those who suffer from heart diseases, fish oil is also used as a weight loss tool - with the combination of exercise. Researchers believe that fish oil is a helpful tool in the weight loss process given that it helps increase the elasticity of blood vessel walls which then enhances the blood flow to the muscles when you exercise.

As for the additional health benefits that you can expect from EPA fish oil, these would also include its ability to treat the following: AHDH, AIDS, Alzheimer’s disease, anxiety, arthritis, cancer, depression, diabetes, eye disorders, high cholesterol, IBD, inflammation, low immunity, macular degeneration and ulcers. Apart from that fish oil is also very helpful when it comes to fertility, pregnancy and skin care.

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