Healthy everyday life with vitalizing and essential oils
Our body needs essential fatty acids to better absorb nutrients and repel toxins. Nearly every body system can absorb the natural properties of unsaturated fatty acids such as linseed, olive or fish oil, including cardiovascular, immune, digestive, reproductive and nervous systems. Essential fatty acids must be ingested with or as a dietary supplement because the body cannot produce them independently, for example from fats or trans fats.
With today’s eating habits, we do not consume the daily requirements of essential fatty acids because their sources are rarely found in our diet. Linseed and linseed acids have disappeared from the global diet in recent centuries. This is why almost all people – “even those who eat health-consciously” – have a chronic deficiency of the basic fatty acid alpha-linolen.
Omega-3 fatty acids are a special group within unsaturated fatty acids. They belong to the essential fatty acids and are therefore essential for life. The name comes from the old nomenclature of fatty acids. Before they were identified as such, they were collectively referred to as “Vitamin F”.
The Omega 3 in K-Omega369 comes from Norwegian salmon and is particularly rich in Omega 3 fatty acids (EPA 40% and DHA 30%). The function of EPA is to strengthen blood circulation, reduce fat accumulation in the liver and lower cholesterol levels. DHA provides the brain with nutrients.
Omega 6 and Omega 9
Omega-6 fatty acid and Omega-9 fatty acid also belong to the group of essential fatty acids. They are polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Fish oil can be found in all fatty fish. Fatty fish are edible fish such as salmon, mackerel or tuna, which are considered nutritionally particularly valuable due to their high content of omega-3 fatty acids. The poly-unsaturated omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil now have a similar status to the well-known vitamins.
Linseed oil (flax oil) is obtained from the seeds of flax. Linseed oil is a very good source of essential fatty acids. It is the plant species that contains the most linolenic acid. It consists of 50-60% omega-3 fatty acid, also known as alpha-linolenic acid (LNA). 18-20% of linseed oil consists of omega-6 fatty acid (linolenic acid, LA).
The essential fatty acids have different functions. They are important building blocks of cell walls and cell membranes throughout the body, helping to produce energy and helping to break down cholesterol and triglycerides.
Olive oil has always been considered a very healthy contribution to food. Thus, as researchers from the Monell Institute published in August 2005, extra virgin olive oil also has anti-inflammatory effects. The active ingredient responsible for this was named “Oleocanthal” by the researchers.
Olive oil (formerly also called tree oil), like all vegetable oils, consists of fatty acids bound to glycerine. Olive oil contains on average of 66% oleic acid, 12% linoleic acid, 9% palmitic acid, 5% eicosenoic acid and 5% palmitoleic acid. Olive oil can contain up to 1.5% of the acyclic triterpene hydrocarbon squalene.
Squalene can increase the oxygen content of cells and promote skin health. It is produced from the cod liver oil of deep-sea fish that live in the Pacific Ocean 600 to 1000m depth, where there is no sunlight and the water pressure is very high.
Ingredients of Omega 3-6-9 + Squalene + Vitamin E = 60 capsules á 1000 mg
400mg fish oil
400mg linseed oil
185mg olive oil
10mg squalene oil
5mg Vitamin E
The daily dietary supplement with Omega 3-6-9 supports the body with necessary fatty acids.
Note: Dietary supplements are not intended to be a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Keep out of the reach of children. Do not exceed the specified consumption amount.