Omega fatty acids are essential for a healthy heart, brain, eye, and skin, boosting immunity, weight regulation, and overall health. A unique combination of our cold-pressed formula is its combination of Omega-3, Omega-6, Omega-7, and Omega-9, which provides a complete, advanced formulated mixture that is organic, plant-based, and non-GMO. The formula is flavored with organic lemon oil (no fishy aftertaste). You can benefit your entire body from pure Omega-3s.
It contains no fish, cruelty-free ingredients, GMOs, additives, or preservatives and is certified organic.
Organic, clean ingredients
One-of-a-kind Omega 3-6-7-9 blend created by Air water Healing, 100% vegan and lemon-flavored! In addition to supporting heart health and boosting brain health, our omega formula supports your entire body. Omega 3-6-7-9 has got you covered!
Organic Virgin Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil
Organic Virgin Cold Pressed Perilla Seed Oil
Organic Seaberry CO2 Extract
Organic Virgin Cold Pressed Sacha Inchi Oil
Ideally, take 2 ml with food once a day or as directed by your health care provider.
Facts about Omega 3-6-7-9
Full-Spectrum Omega Proprietary Blend 2 ml
Perilla Seed Oil, Flaxseed Oil, Sacha Inchi Oil, and Seaberry CO2 Extract are all organic virgin cold-pressed seeds.
Omega 3 900 mg
Omega 6 300 mg
Omega 7 2 mg
Omega 9 330 mg
Organic lemon oil
Omega 22.214.171.124 supplement benefits
Dietary fats such as omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 are all essential.
It’s worth striking the right balance between them since they all have specific health benefits.
How do omega-3 fatty acids work?
Your body cannot produce omega-3 fatty acids, which are polyunsaturated fats. In chemistry, polyunsaturated compounds have many double bonds, as “poly” means many. As a result, omega-3 fatty acids contain a large number of double bonds.
An omega-3 double bond is three carbon atoms from the “omega,” or tail end of a molecular chain, and is the final double bond in the chemical structure. Because the body cannot produce omega-3 fats, they are called “essential fats.”
Omega-3 fatty acids are present in oily fish, which the American Heart Association (AHA) recommends.
Omega-3 fats come in many different types, each with a different chemical structure and size. Three of them are the most common:
Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)
It helps reduce inflammation by producing chemicals called eicosanoids, which are 20-carbon fatty acids. It is also possible that EPA can reduce depression symptoms.
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)
DHA is a 22-carbon fatty acid that makes up about 8% of the brain’s weight and plays a crucial role in brain development and function.
Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA)
EPA and DHA can be produced from this 18-carbon fatty acid, but the process is inefficient. The nervous, immune, and heart may benefit from ALA.
Cell membranes contain omega-3 fats, which are essential for human health. Their other functions include:
Heart health improvement
Blood pressure, cholesterol, and triglyceride levels may be managed with omega-3 fatty acids.
Mental health support
Omega-3 supplements can help those at risk of depression, Parkinson’s disease, and psychosis manage or help prevent these conditions.
Slimming down and losing weight.
Further research is needed to determine whether omega-3 fats can reduce weight and waist circumference.
Reducing liver fat
Omega-3 fatty acids may help decrease liver fat, according to some preliminary research.
Enhancing the development of the infant’s brain. Fetuses require omega-3 fatty acids to develop their brains.
A healthy diet high in omega-3 fats may help manage inflammation associated with certain chronic diseases.
Inflammatory and chronic diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, atherosclerosis, and heart failure, may be exacerbated by low omega-3 fatty acid intake.
How do Omega-6 fatty acids work?
In the same way as omega-3 fatty acids, omega-6 fatty acids are polyunsaturated. A fatty acid molecule has six carbons from its omega end to the last double bond.
You also need omega-6 fatty acids in your diet, so you must consume them.
They provide energy. Linoleic acid is the most common example of omega-6 fat, which the body can convert into arachidonic acid (AA).
Eicosanoids are also produced by AA, like EPA. As a result, AA produces more pro-inflammatory eicosanoids.
The immune system relies heavily on pro-inflammatory eicosanoids. Inflammation and inflammatory diseases can be exacerbated when the body produces too many.
Typical Western diets may contain a ratio of 15:1 to almost 17:1 between omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, which appears to be a healthy ratio.
Omega-9 fatty acids: what are they?
A monounsaturated fatty acid has only one double bond, which makes it monounsaturated.
The fatty acid molecule is nine carbons away from the omega end.
Dietary omega-9 fatty acids and monounsaturated fats are dominated by oleic acid.
However, foods rich in omega-9 fatty acids may have health benefits over other fat types.
Researchers found that monounsaturated fat diets reduced inflammation and improved insulin sensitivity in humans compared to saturated fat diets.
Why should you take omega-3-6-7-9 supplements?
In most omega-3-6-9 supplements, the proportions of omega-3:6:9 to omega-3:6:9 are 2:1:1:1.
The intake of omega-3 fats can be increased, and the proportion of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids can be balanced so that it is less than four-to-one.
Omega-6 is already found in most people’s diets, and the body produces omega-9. These fats are, therefore, optional for most people to consume.
The best thing you can do is ensure your diet is balanced with omega-3, -6, and -9 fatty acids.
You can consume all the essential Omega fatty acids in this blend.
Additionally, limit your consumption of vegetable oils and fried foods cooked in refined vegetable oils to reduce omega-6 intake.
Omega-3 supplements may benefit people who don’t get enough omega-3 from their diet than a combined omega-3-6-9 supplement.