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Pets Take a Leap for Fish Oil

Friday, August 3, 2012 1:14:14 PM Etc/GMT+5

Omega-3 is not just good for people, but pets too. In terms of joint health, omega-3 fish oil can be especially helpful for dogs struggling with osteoarthritis. So how much omega-3 should your four-legged love get every day? Small animal veterinarian and neurologist Anne Chauvet weighs in.  

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About the Omega3 Innovations Blog

Friday, July 13, 2012 11:04:06 AM Etc/GMT+5

The Omega3 Innovations Blog is dedicated to healthy living and healthy loving - and of course, to omega-3 fish oil. We love talking about all things omega-3, from the most recent studies on triglyceride levels and EPA/DHA to comparing krill oil and fish oil. But it’s about more than omega-3. With our focus on healthy living, we like to get into the nitty gritty of  beta glucan fibers, eating well on the road, and counting “good” calories. And it’s about connecting to other people and our community in loving ways (hence, the healthy loving part of the equation).

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Why Omega-3 Doesn’t Work

Tuesday, October 25, 2011 8:34:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

Daily there is news about the benefits of Omega 3. So, why don’t people experience the benefits they hear about on the news? The simple truth is that most people are not taking the same kind of omega-3 sources and the doses used in the promising research studies.

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Count Quality Calories, Not Total Calories Says Harvard Study

Thursday, July 28, 2011 1:30:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

You may actually be slowing your metabolism down more by eating a 100 calorie serving of potato chips than munching on a 220 calorie fiber and fat rich Omega Cookie.  This is especially true since beta gluten fibers from oatmeal and EPA/DHA omega 3 fatty acids slows the return of hunger, levels off blood sugar spikes and ramps up your mitochondrial energy-burning engine.

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Healthy Travel Made Easy: Omega Cookie Summer time is travel time.  Having nutritious food on hand plays a big role in making your special trip a positive experience.  Make it easy to eat well by packing a simple and wholesome food like Omega Cookie.

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American Heart Association Supports Omega Cookie® Benefits

Tuesday, May 10, 2011 3:37:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

The American Heart Association (AHA) just released a breaking news statement about managing high triglyceride levels in the blood. One third of all Americans suffer from elevated triglycerides, making them more vulnerable to cardiovascular disease, which is the number one cause of death and disability in the United States.

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Healthier Babies with Fishy Fats

Tuesday, April 12, 2011 3:54:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

In the late 1990s research studies from Norway and the U.S. pointed out that fatty acids from fish, like EPA and DHA, played a crucial role in the neurological development of unborn babies.  It is now speculated that these fishy fats can also reduce the risk of allergies.

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Diet Deficiencies May Contribute to Violent Tragedies

Wednesday, January 26, 2011 8:35:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

The deranged actions of Jared Loughner in the Tucson tragedy have sparked new debate about better treatment for the mentally ill. While America asks tough questions about how to prevent history from repeating itself, one of the most effective means of combating mental illness and violence is

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Thanksgiving and the “Wholesomeness” of American Life

Monday, November 22, 2010 9:04:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

Thanksgiving celebrates the importance of friends and families, who take times out of the chaos of daily life to come together and reflect on their blessings and even for just a day or two, return to basic values – the “wholesomeness” of American life.Thanksgiving celebrates the importance of friends and families, who take times out of the chaos of daily life to come together and reflect on their blessings and even for just a day or two, return to basic values – the “wholesomeness” of American life.

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Shots, Swigs and Teaspoons: Get the Right Dose!

Thursday, November 4, 2010 8:08:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

Teaspoons, tablespoons, milliliter and milligrams: the world of measurements can be confusing to say the least, especially when it comes to swallowing the right dose. Then there are moments of doubt like: “Did I take my omega-3 oil this morning?” Getting the right amount and getting it done on

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Vitamin D: The Coming Nutritional Superstar

Wednesday, July 28, 2010 8:17:02 AM Etc/GMT+5

Vitamin D – the fat-soluble vitamin primarily obtained through sun exposure – is getting superstar attention.

The beneficial results from recent research and testing of vitamin D are astounding. Originally

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Omega-3 Supplements May Reduce Risk of Breast Cancer

Friday, July 16, 2010 8:27:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

A new study boosts the evidence that omega-3 fish oil just might be the most important supplement on the market. In addition to providing cardiovascular protection and pain relief, omega-3 may reduce the risk of breast cancer, suggests a study from the National Cancer Institute.

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Flossing and Fish Oil: The Keys to a Great Smile

Wednesday, June 30, 2010 8:33:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

We have all heard about the importance of flossing to maintain healthy gums and teeth. Did you know that omega-3 fish oil might also hold a key to preserving that great smile?

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Tips for Travelers: Eating Well on the Road

Friday, June 25, 2010 8:37:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

Even for the toughest of health nuts, it can be tricky to stay wedded to good eating habits during summer travels; especially when hotel personnel, conference organizers, and airport fast-food menus dictate our food choices.

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Rethinking Calories

Tuesday, June 15, 2010 8:40:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

To start solving the obesity epidemic, we have to ask the right questions: not only how many calories, but what’s in those calories?

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What if a supplement could make exercising easier and more efficient? Well, the long-kept secret of the horse world is out, and it’s good news for athletes, morning joggers, and couch potatoes alike.

As many Omega Cure customers may know, Ambo Health’s sister company, Wellpride, creates a

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Krill Oil: New Superfood or Expensive Hype?

Tuesday, February 16, 2010 8:20:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

Lately, many of our customers have asked about krill oil.
Is it more powerful than fish oil or just more expensive?
Here are some facts:



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Making Babies

Friday, August 28, 2009 6:46:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

Last weekend I attended a wedding. After the ceremony, I happened to talk with a specialist at a large fertility clinic in Oslo, Norway. She had heard about my expertise in the area of omega-3 fish oil, and of course I took the opportunity to extol the virtues of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in

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Hot News about Hot Flashes

Friday, July 24, 2009 6:54:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

Ok, I admit it. I’m a fish oil junkie. My addiction became evident when I had a minor surgery and had to ease up on my heavy-handed use of Omega CureTM. Normally I use 3 teaspoons a day, and it does the trick for the myriad of health issues that come with being a middle-aged woman.

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The Good and Bad News about Fish Oil and Alzheimer’s

Tuesday, July 14, 2009 7:13:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

This past Sunday, scientists announced the results of two research studies regarding omega-3, cognitive health, and aging. In both studies, DHA was the omega-3 of choice, because it plays a crucial role in brain function.

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If you’re new to Omega Cure and a little baffled by this fish oil thing, I know how you feel. I started working at Ambo Health – the makers of Omega Cure – about two and a half years ago, with only the vaguest sense of what I would be doing and whom I was working for. As it turned out, part of

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Michael Jackson, heart arrest and fish oil

Friday, June 26, 2009 6:51:55 AM Etc/GMT+5

While millions of people mourn the passing of Michael Jackson, his death may be an eye opener into understanding a frequent killer.

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Omega 3 and the modern diet

Sunday, May 17, 2009 8:08:00 AM Etc/GMT+5

Foods traditionally consumed in the U.S. are glutted with omega-6, a fat largely found in unhealthy partially hydrogenated vegetable oils – the same oils blamed for this country’s poor health and rampant obesity. Since it is difficult to eliminate omega-6 consumption, the omega-3 to -6 balance needed for a healthy body can be restored by increasing the omega-3 intake.

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