Know Your Omega-3 Levels

When you optimize your levels, you will prolong the length and quality of your life.


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If you want to live as long as the average Japanese person - who lives 7 years longer compared to U.S. Citizens, you need to eat fish 3 times per week and take omega-3 supplements, preferably in the form of cod liver oil.


The recommendation on intake will get you to 8% on the index scale - the lower end of desirable.


 

Video link: https://youtu.be/mb6Prd2-d18

 

Dr. Harris is an internationally recognized expert on omega-3 fatty acids and how they can benefit patients with heart disease. He obtained his Ph.D. in Human Nutrition from the University of Minnesota and did post-doctoral fellowships in Clinical Nutrition and Lipid Metabolism with Dr. Bill Connor at the Oregon Health Sciences University.


His interest in omega-3 fatty acids began with his postdoctoral work when he published his first study on the effects of salmon oil on serum lipids in humans (1980). Since that time he has been the recipient of five NIH grants for studies on the effects of omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) on human health.


He has more than 300 publications relating to fatty acids, including omega-3s, in medical literature and was an author on two American Heart Association scientific statements on fatty acids: “Fish Consumption, Fish Oil, Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease” (2002), and “Omega-6 Fatty Acids and Risk for Cardiovascular Disease” (2009) both published in the journal Circulation.

 

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