WhyAmIFat.org Releases New Review of Real Dose Nutrition’s Omega-3 TG, a Fish Oil Supplement

What looks like a magic trick is simply chemistry in action. This demonstration gives visual proof of why the consumer should be careful when choosing their fish oil brand.

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among those seeking to lose weight, promote longevity, improve mood, decrease anxiety, and prime the body to naturally exist in a better condition to burn fat and retain good health

Omaha, NE (PRWEB) April 21, 2014

Omega-3 essential fatty acids are booming in popularity among those seeking to lose weight, promote longevity, improve mood, decrease anxiety, and prime the body to naturally exist in a better condition to burn fat and retain good health.

In light of this explosive trend, Dr. Steven Sisskind, Chief Medical Officer for RealDose Nutrition, delivers a vital message regarding Omega-3 in this recent demonstration. If a picture is truly worth a thousand words, fish oil consumers should take a quick moment to check out this critical (short) video presentation.

The video is available here.

Sisskind’s premise is that, firstly, it is truly critical to supplement fish oil (Omega-3) along with what the average person consumes in a day, especially in the typical Western diet. But even more importantly is getting the right brand of Omega-3.

This latter point is most critical, because the wrong form of Omega-3 can have the opposite effect of what an efficient fatty acid supplement will accomplish. 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 can not, will not burn fat in a state of inflammation.

Such is why the Styrofoam cup demonstration is so effective. It clearly demonstrates what occurs upon consumption of inferior omega-3 supplements, in contrast to the RealDose Nutrition brand, Super Critical Omega-3 TG.

There are two final points, also critically important, necessary to briefly impart before deferring 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 a person's cortisol levels. Cortisol is a stress hormone that causes accumulation of fat in the belly area. When cortisol levels are reduced, the consumer is able to get rid of dangerous belly fat and keep it off.

The gritty details will be left to Sisskind, but consumers should most certainly be selective when choosing their omega-3 brand.

About whyamifat.org: Webmaster Randy Johnson has been interested in weight management and fitness for many years now, but for so long had failed to see the forest from the trees. It wasn't until a recent in-the-mirror "jolt" that brought him to the consciousness of his personal failure with nutrition and exercise, as evidenced by the guy in the mirror. Ever since, Johnson has been dedicated to immersing himself in the science and self-activism of staying fit and healthy, and this website is his "journal."


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