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PRL EFA (Essential Fatty Acid) Oil Blend:
Factors such as a diet high in bad fats, excess stress or chronic illness can increase the need for EFAs. Because of the poor diet consumed by the average person, most individuals often need a good "oil change" with "good fats" to help balance the "bad fats" eaten. "Bad fats" include fried foods, hydrogenated oils, such as margarine, mayonnaise and commercial salad dressings, etc.
In order to achieve optimal health, it is important to consume adequate amounts of EFAs, the "good fats" and reduce or eliminate the "bad fats". Two critical essential fatty acids are linoleic (LA) acids and linolenic (LNA) acids. Linoleic acid contains Omega-3 fatty acids and is considered the most important EFA for humans. Omega-3 fatty acids (such as found in linolenic acid) are needed in a 2:1 ratio over Omega-6 fatty acids. Omega-3 EFAs are found in the seeds of plants and oils of cold water fish.
EFAs perform many life-supporting functions in each cell of our body and are critical from infancy through old age. They are part of every cell membrane and every organ and tissue including that of the brain. EFAs keep our cells strong, help in organ resiliency and tissue lubrication support, protect cell membranes and immune system and help prevent damage by chemicals. EFAs in cell membranes help support passage of nutrients into cells and waste extraction.
Essential fats are critical to the nervous system, the kidneys and in the manufacture of steroid and sex hormones and the hormone-like prostaglandins. EFAs are necessary for healthy blood pressure and heart function, joint, skin, hair and nail health, prevention of fatigue and immune complications. EFAs are required for healthy digestion and brain function. The healthy brain contains large amounts of good fats.
EFAs provide the body with the most concentrated energy source and serve as integral parts of nerve cells and cell membranes. EFAs help the body make hormone precursors called prostaglandins.
Another essential fatty acid, GLA (gamma-linolenic acid) is a precursor of arachidonic acid and prostaglandin El. Linolenic acid is the precursor of the E3 series and other Omega-3 fatty acids. The E3 prostaglandin series plays an important role in the management and regulation of healthy platelet aggregation, blood pressure and the immune response. In contrast, linoleic acid is necessary for synthesis of prostaglandins in the El and E2 series.
Quantum EFA Oil Blend is the result of careful measurement of the fatty acids needed to balance the average persons toxic diet. Quantum EFA Oil Blend contains an ideal ratio of Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids.
Quantum EFA Oil Blend contains the finest oils selected from all over the world. They are unrefined and cold-pressed, processed without solvents or chemicals, 100% free of hexane and pesticide residues. Our essential fatty acid blend contains organic Moroccan olive oil, flaxseed oil, English borage oil and sesame oil.
100% pesticide-free oil blend containing ideal ratios of GLA (gamma linolenic acid), Omega 3, 6 and 9 essential fatty acids.
DirectionsConsult your health practitioner for recommended usage.
IngredientsQuantum EFA Oil Blend: Ingredients 237 ml/bottle or 575 mg/Vcap, 120 Vcaps/bottle Extra virgin, cold-pressed, unrefined "beyond organic" Moroccan olive oil; unrefined, cold-pressed organic flaxseed oil; hexane-free, cold-pressed, pesticide-free, organic English borage oil; cold-pressed, unrefined, organic sesame seed oil. Free of toxic pesticides or chemicals; not solvent extracted. Other Ingredients: 100% vegetable capsule, 100% excipient-free (no magnesium stearate or other toxic tagalongs)
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