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New Study results from Memorial University advises to switch to seal oil

“An associate professor with the Department of Biochemistry has a tip for anyone taking fish oil supplements – switch to seal oil instead.

Dr. Sukhinder Kaur Cheema has spent seven years researching the benefits of fish oil on a species of hamster that is prone to atherosclerosis, a common arterial disease in which raised areas of degeneration and cholesterol deposits plaques form on the inner surfaces of the arteries obstructing blood flow. The hamster is a good model for such research because its lipid and cholesterol factors and metabolism are very similar to that of humans.”

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Omega 3s and Vitamin D for mental health

More companies, governments, and organizations are recognizing the increase in mental illness and depression despite the current medical treatments available. According to the Canadian Society for Orthomolecular Medicine, depression is expected to be the leading cause of disability worldwide by 2020, second to CVD (cardiovascular disease).

Both Omega 3s and Vitamin D are recommended as integrative medicine for the treatment of depression (Oct. 29, 2011 Medical Seminar). Depression affects not only the person, but family, friends, workplace, and more.

We have the means to deal with mental illness naturally!

Positive benefits from using Auum Omega 3s are clear based on results of those who have experienced depression noticing a remarkable difference. A little oil goes a long way!

Omega 3 fatty acids and the Standard American Diet

Omega-3 fatty acids are in the spotlight of today’s natural and holistic approaches to human health. These healthy essential fats have been almost entirely forced out of the Standard American diet by the commercialization of our food supply by the food processing industry. In recent years, extensive research and numerous clinical studies have confirmed that omega-3 fats are involved in many vital physiological processes in our body, and that their deficit may cause or aggravate many serious medical problems and conditions, including atherosclerosis, hypertension, thrombosis, and other cardiovascular problems, arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, dermatitis, asthma, ADHD, gastroduodenal diseases and even cancer. Therefore, adding a good source of omega-3 fatty acids to your diet is believed to be a good way of improving or preventing these conditions.

However, most fish and plant oils rich in omega-3s go rancid very easily, especially when its natural antioxidants are removed by refining or distillation (which most are refined, bleached, and deodorized). This process is known as auto-oxidation, and it generates millions and millions of damaging free radicals. Bruce Fife, N.D., talks about these unwanted side effects of taking unstable omega-3 oils in his article entitled “The Facts on Flax”.

Considering the above, one can come to the conclusion that most of the commercially available sources of omega-3 fatty acids are fully satisfactory and completely problem-free. While it is possible to supplement using either fish and fish-derived products, or flax oil, it would be highly desirable to have an omega-3-rich oil that would also be more resistant to oxidation and free of toxic contaminants. The good news is that such an oil does, indeed, exist — Auum Omega 3 Sublingual D and D3A.

The combination of these important advantages makes Auum Omega 3 the most balanced and desirable source of omega-3 fatty acid supplementation. While supplying more omega-3s than either fish or flax oil, it is highly stable. As a result, it does not promote the formation of harmful free radicals.

Losing weight with Omega 3s? Seriously?

Yes indeed! Omega 3 fatty acids, which increase metabolic rates, can be used for weight loss. The right kind of fat can actually help you to lose weight! Omega 3 serves as building materials for series 3 prostaglandin, some of which help our kidneys get ride of excess water held in tissues. The excess weight of some overweight people is largely retained water (edema). Omega 3 helps to dump this water.

Omega 3 increases your metabolic rate, your oxidation rate, and your energy production. This effect begins to show up when enough of Omega 3 is taken. When your metabolic rate goes up, more fat and glucose are burned. Less fat deposition takes place.

Obesity is one of the top ten diseases related to an Omega 3 deficiency!

Personal testimony about the benefits of mammalian omega 3

Patricia Farouk shares her personal experiences as well as the success of others that have changed over to a mammalian-source omega 3 oil — more energy, healthy skin, depression relief, fountain of youth, stroke recovery, and many more… What it comes down to for Patricia is brain health… because the brain is the master regulator of the body. Filmed at the Auum Spring Convention March 2012 with host Cheryl Millett.

Auum Omega 3 Field Study: Pain and Discomfort

Holistic Nutritionist, Christine Ng, share the results of her field study with Auum Omega 3 for helping with discomfort and pain. 20 participants. Filmed at the Auum Omega 3 Spring Convention 2012 hosted by Cheryl Millett, Director of Auum Canada