Top 10 Reasons Every Athlete Needs Omega-3

If you’ve ever considered popping a pill of omega 3s, it’s probably been for your heart. After all, the American Heart Association says that the good-for-you fatty acids can reduce triglyceride levels, keep your arteries clear, and ward off irregular heartbeats.   And while no athlete is hitting a new PR without a healthy heart,…

Fish & Omega-3 in Japanese Diet

If you compare mental health records from Japan with those from nearly all other developed countries, you’ll come across a glaring distinction – Japan has one of the lowest rates of bipolar disorder in the civilized world; and the lowest among high-income countries. The lifetime incidence of bipolar in Japan is .07%, a fraction of that in the United…

Guide To The Better Sex Diet

Like many aspects of health, our sex drive is affected by what we put into our bodies. Certain foods affect the body in different ways. Depending on what you consume, wining and dining a date can induce more sleep than romance. A big, fancy dinner, a bottle of wine and fine chocolates may sound sweet–but…

Should You Take Omega 3 Fish Oil Supplements?

The essential fatty acid is needed for optimal health. So should you take supplements for even greater benefits? Omega 3 is essential for a healthy body and mind, and it can even aid fat loss. But fish is the best source and with ocean pollution at an all-time high, fish isn’t as healthy a food…

Say Goodbye to Acne The Safe, Healthy Way with Omega-3

Acne can be an emotionally distressing condition. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne may result in low self-esteem, social withdrawal, anger and even depression. Omega-3 fatty acids, commonly referred to as good or healthy fats, have a wide range of benefits including improving inflammatory conditions such as acne. Unlike acne medications, which can…

Omega-3s And Other Secrets to Better Male Sexual Health

A man’s erection is an important barometer of his health. Erectile dysfunction (ED)—when a man can’t get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse—often is an early warning sign of heart disease. An erection requires healthy blood vessels, nerves and hormones. Important scientific evidence: A seven-year study of more than 4,000 middle-aged and older men, published…