Can Fish Oil Cause Allergies?

Fish oil is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids that may help with certain medical conditions. While you can get omega-3 fatty acids by eating fish, you can also buy fish oil as a supplement. As with any supplement, if you have any known allergies, you are at risk of developing allergic reaction. Skin…

Fight Anxiety With Omega-3

Your brain’s only protection is adequate levels of anti-inflammatory omega-3s. Anxiety is one of most the common neurological disorders, but it also is one of the most difficult to understand. Any way you describe anxiety, it is a big problem with nearly 20% of Americans suffering from it, thus making anxiety the largest neurological disorder in…

How Does Omega-3 Help Relieve Pain?

When you suffer any kind of pain, in the back, neck, shoulders or any other part of the body, inflammation seems to be part of the deal. Whether your pain is due to post-surgical scar tissue, injury, trauma or muscle deterioration, inflammation generally follows. The main question people have is why. Why can’t there be pain without inflammation…

Omega-3 Aids Fat Loss. But There’s More…

Omega 3 is an essential fatty acid, which means that our bodies can’t manufacture it so we need to consume it through diet. It is found in high concentrations in oily fish, especially those that live in colder waters. The essential fatty acid is needed for optimal health. Omega 3 is essential for a healthy body…

Probiotics and Fish Oil During Pregnancy

By Nicholas Bakalar March 7, 2018   Probiotics and fish oil supplements during pregnancy and breast-feeding may reduce the risk for food allergies and eczema in early childhood, researchers report. In a review of hundreds of studies, they found 19 randomized controlled trials with strong evidence showing that compared to no supplements, probiotics taken after the 36th…

Why Omega-3s Are Vital for Sperm Health

A fatty acid found in fish is critical to turning dysfunctional round-headed sperm into strong swimmers with cone-shaped heads packed with egg-opening proteins, a new study finds. By Jennifer Welsh | January 12, 2012 09:04am ET   Scientists find how important an omega-3 fatty acid is to sperm formation. Understanding how this nutrition supplement, commonly found in seafood,…