Essential Fatty Acids Are Great for Weight Loss and Overall Health, but Beware Bogus Brands Says Dr. Sisskind of Real Dose Nutrition

Let the buyer beware. Dr. Steven Sisskind of Real Dose Nutrition has a revealing demonstration which gives evidence to the importance of buying the right kind (and real dose) of Omega-3 essential fatty acids.

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the wrong form of Omega-3 can have the opposite effect of what an efficient fatty acid supplement will accomplish.

(PRWEB) December 09, 2013

Dr. Steven Sisskind is the Chief Medical Officer for RealDose Nutrition, known best for its popular Weight Loss Formula No. 1. What more and more folks are learning, though, is that RealDose also boasts an Omega-3 (essential fatty acids, aka EFA, aka fish oil) supplement. Moreover, Sisskind intends to prove that his concoction is supreme in the land of EFA.

So what can one expect from Omega-3 Supplementation? Empirical evidence shows the following benefits among users: weight loss, longevity, mood improvement, and a decrease in anxiety. Further, these little goodies prime the body to naturally exist in a better condition to burn fat and retain good health.

Dr. Steve uses a stunning, visual demo to show omega-3 consumers exactly why the right brand can mean the difference between awesome benefit and the opposite of benefit.

The video is available here.

Sisskind notes the importance of supplementing Omega-3, especially for those who consume a typical Western diet, due to the noted lack of EFAs taken in by food intake alone.

What’s more, if a person opts for a typical off-the-shelf brand of Omega-3, they could be in for a surprise (as evidenced by the video, linked above). Rather than prime the body for accelerated fat loss while improving longevity, stimulating good moods, and suppressing anxiety, the wrong supplement will cause inflammation. The body cannot burn fat in a state of inflammation.

This is why the Styrofoam cup demonstration is so effective. It clearly demonstrates what occurs upon consumption of most so-called fish oil supplements on the shelf today, in contrast to the RealDose Nutrition brand, Super Critical Omega-3 TG.

There are two final points, also critically important, we wish to briefly impart before referring you to Sisskind’s detailed explanation. The first is that getting enough Omega-3’s can reduce the risk of metabolic syndrome – a set of risk factors associated with obesity, diabetes, heart disease and early death – almost in half. Additionally, Omega-3’s help regulate your cortisol levels. Cortisol is a stress hormone that causes accumulation of fat in the belly area. When you reduce cortisol levels you are able to get rid of dangerous belly fat and keep it off.

We’ll leave the gritty details to Sisskind, but consumers beware that the wrong form of omega-3 (most of the off-the-shelf brands) are not only gravely deficient in dose, but also in a chemical form that the body cannot digest and absorb.

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