Understanding Omega 3 Fatty Acids

Norman G. Marvin, MD

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Omega fatty acids play a key role in inflammation. Inflammation is rapidly being recognized as the underlying factor in the development  of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and even aging. 2. 60% of your brain’s solid weight (your brain is 80% water) is fat.

Okinawans, who are among the world’s longest living societies,  have diets rich in Omega-3. The incidences of depression, heart disease and neurodegenerative conditions are extremely low there.  When it comes to weight loss, it takes fat to burn fat.

Robert Murray, MD, PhD (Biochemistry Professor Emeritus) made the statement on one of our more recent webinars that Omega 3 fatty acids are the only nutritional supplements about which there is absolutely no controversy or debate among healthcare professionals as to their importance and efficacy.Dr Norman Marvin will be brings his 50+ years of experience in medicine (from pregnancy and childbirth to geriatric care) to bear upon the topic.

Understanding Omega 3 Fatty Acids

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