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      There are six sources of Omega-3: seals (seals), deep-sea fish, flax seeds, chia seeds (chia seeds), seaweed, and South American oil cane.
Seals are deep-sea mammals. They live in the coldest waters in the Arctic Circle of northern Canada at a temperature of minus 50 degrees Celsius. They feed on valuable catfish and accumulate thick fat in their bodies. Seal oil refined and processed under ideal conditions has DPA (docosapentaenoic acid), DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) contents up to 25%, plus the Arctic Clean and pollution-free natural ecological environment, seals have become the best source of Omega-3 unsaturated fatty acids in nature. The seal contains 7 kinds of amino acids that are necessary for the human body but cannot be synthesized by itself; the hemoglobin content is 20 times that of beef; the iron content is 100 times that of fish; the phosphorus content is 2 times that of fish; the zinc content is 4 times that of fish The content of other trace elements is 50 times that of fish, and the trace elements contained are all organically combined forms, which are easily absorbed and used by the human body; at the same time, the seal body also contains a large amount of viscous proteins. Therefore, the seal is regarded as a valuable resource by the international medical community.
Fish / Fish Oil: Note that only deep-sea fish are rich in Omega-3. Due to the sharp decline in deep-sea fish resources caused by overfishing and the accumulation of toxic substances such as heavy metals caused by marine pollution, fish and fish oil are no longer the most ideal sources of Omega-3. Unlike the other three plant products, fish contain a lot of cholesterol, which people with diabetes, hypertension and other diseases should avoid. In addition, fish is a common allergen that triggers allergic reactions in many people, including children.
       Seaweed: In the deep sea, the erythrium contains omega-3, and some deep-sea fish ingest the omega-3 due to predation of these algae. Because the existing methods of cultivating and extracting seaweed oil are more harmful to the environment, it will take a period of time to improve and improve commercial production.
        Chia seed (Chia seed) CHIA Seed (sage seed): rich in essential fatty acids Omega-3 and dietary fiber, protein, calcium, iron and other nutrients required by the human body. It has 9.92 times more salmon than salmon. Super nutritious food. Not only rich in nutrition, rich in Omega-3 (ALA), protein, dietary fiber, minerals, etc., but also widely used in bread, oatmeal, biscuits, salads, fruit juice, milk, yogurt, cheese, soy milk, etc. Suitable for food and beverages.
        South American twig (Star twig): Star twig oil contains up to 50% Omega-3, and is also rich in high-protein, high-vitamin E, Omega-6 fatty acids and Omega-9 fatty acids and other nutrients, with diet, Adjuvant treatment and other effects. Compared with the other five kinds of animal and plant products, Xingyou vine is the safest, and has natural and hydrophilic properties, which is easier for the human body to digest and absorb. Therefore, it is very suitable for application in food, health care, cosmetics and other industries.
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