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Saturday, December 1, 2012

Inflammation - Could Omega-3 Oils Help?

By David Morris

Omega-3 fatty acids are what's called essential fatty acids, they're needed by the body for it to work normally. They're called 'essential' because we can not actually make them in our body, so we have to get them from the foods we eat. And, if we don't eat them, our bodies don't get them, it's a simple as that.

A new article covering the review of existing research, published in the British Journal of Nutrition, showed that omega-3 fatty acids, lowered the levels of chemicals in the body which are connected to inflammation, for those with certain chronic inflammatory conditions.

There was more than 10 years of data collected from over 26 studies, that the researchers had to work through. The data was from studies that compared taking omega-3 fatty acid supplements with a placebo.

The results were very interesting, those suffering with chronic kidney disease, sepsis and pancreatitis seem to benefit from taking omega-3 fatty acids. And those with cardiovascular disease also had a decreases in certain inflammatory markers.

Benefits could also be seen in healthy people, as omega-3 fats were shown to be helpful with exercising. There's normally a sharp rise in inflammatory chemicals released in the body and omega-3 fatty acids seem to dissipate this.

Omega-3 fatty acids are found naturally in super foods, including organic macs powder and wheatgrass powder.

Research suggests that inflammatory conditions are likely to improve when the body has enough omega-3 fatty acids. By reducing the inflammatory markers, it's likely that this will correspond with fewer or at least milder inflammatory symptoms and slower disease progression in people with, for example, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, heart disease, asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, and inflammatory bowel disease.

Research has also indicated potential benefits of omega-3 fatty acids:

1. Reducing the overall risk of death from heart disease

2. Significantly reducing stiffness and joint pain for those with rheumatoid arthritis, they also seemed to help the effectiveness of anti-inflammatory drugs.

3. Eating foods containing lots of omega-3 oils, reduces the levels of depression.

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