Fish Oil May Help Insulin Resistance March 17, 2015
Fish oil supplements, also known as omega-3 fatty acids, have been shown to increase levels of a hormone that improves insulin sensitivity, thereby potentially lowering your risk of metabolic syndrome and related problems, like diabetes and heart disease. Dr. Randolph has included Pure Fish Oil 1000 in this month's special Nutrition Wellness Pack, because omega-3 fatty acids have health benefits for women and men of all ages.
Dr. Randolph's Pure Fish Oil 1000 is an ultra-pure fish oil sourced from Norway. This highly concentrated natural oil provides 820 mg of omega-3 essential fatty acids per softgel. The oil is stabilized with vitamin E (as mixed tocopherols), is molecularly distilled, and is independently verified to be free of PCBs, heavy metals, and pesticides.
EPA and DHA from fish oil promote cardiovascular health by supporting the maintenance of triglyceride and cholesterol levels already within the normal range, and by supporting healthy platelet aggregation. Fish oil has also been shown to support joint tissue health, healthy brain and nervous system function, and healthy glucose and insulin metabolism.