...[Omega] cookie helps the metabolism by providing good calories...
Venice, FL (PRWEB) July 30, 2011
The findings of a recent study by Harvard University support the nutrition model AMBO Health and AMBO Foods has set for its Omega-3 products: the amount of calories per serving is less important than the quality of the calories.
“The information on good calories and bad calories is long overdue and to have it come from an authoritative source like Harvard is gratifying. said Dr. Anne-Marie Chalmers MD, co-founder of AMBO, “We feel like it’s what we’ve been trying to get at all along.”
The study findings also support another of AMBO’s core principles: natural, whole ingredients.
The study found that foods containing refined flours and sugars slow the metabolism, which contributes to weight gain and potential health complications such as diabetes and heart disease.
This means that the calories in Omega Cookie, which come from fresh omega 3 fish oil and gluten free all natural ingredients, are good calories. Though each Omega Cookie contains 220 calories, when compared with a 150 calorie product that contains refined flour and sugars, Omega Cookie would be defined as the healthier product, according to the Harvard study.
“Omega 3 also helps gear up the metabolism and promote the exchange of nutrients across the cell membrane” said Chalmers “So, not only does our cookie help the metabolism by providing good calories, it recharges cells and regulates lipid levels too. ”
Sarasota Herald Tribune Health
AMBO Foods of Venice, Florida is a physician-directed company and the maker and distributor of the Omega Cookie. AMBO Foods, LLC was founded in 2008 by Bo Martinsen, MD, and Anne-Marie Chalmers, MD. Drs. Martinsen and Chalmers have extensive clinical and research backgrounds.
Bo Martinsen, MD
Anne-Marie Chalmers, MD