Chicago Chiropractor presents: [VIDEO] what are the 9 Reasons why you should start taking fish oil now?

by Dr. Weisz

Chicago Chiropractor and Massage presents:

[VIDEO] what are the 9 Reasons why you (and everyone) should start taking fish oil now?

for the full information go to : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_oil

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Cancer

Cardiovascular

Mental Health

Alzheimers

Parkinsons

Depression

Psoriasis

Pregnancy

Last but not least…. Because it Tastes Good! (you read correctly)

this one is subjective but watch the video above

This is what I take and it tastes good (for being a fish oil) with no fishy burps¬† (note=I am do not have stock in this company nor do I gain anything financially by recommending this to you ūüôā

What should you buy and where should you buy it so it is affordable but very healthy?

CLICK HERE>> http://www.amazon.com/Carlson-Finest-Liquid-Lemon-100ml/dp/B003BVIAXE/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1315611871&sr=8-4


Here is the downloadable file Chicago chiropractor about fish oil or download here fishoilninereasons

Here is the mp3 Audio:  Chicago Massage   9 reasons for fish oil

Cancer

Several studies report possible anti-cancer effects of n‚ąí3 fatty acids found in fish oil (particularly breast, colon and prostate cancer).[12][13][14] Omega-3 fatty acids reduced prostate cancer growth, slowed histopathological progression, and increased survival in genetically engineered mice.[15] Among n-3 fatty acids (omega-3), neither long-chain nor short-chain forms were consistently associated with breast cancer risk. …go to wikepedia for full info

[edit] Cardiovascular

A 2008 meta-study by the Canadian Medical Association Journal found fish oil supplementation did not demonstrate any preventative benefit to cardiac patients with ventricular arrhythmias.[18]

The American Heart Association recommends the consumption of 1g of fish oil daily, preferably by eating fish, for patients with coronary heart disease although pregnant and nursing women are advised to avoiding eating fish with high potential for mercury contaminants including mackerel, shark, or swordfish.[19] ..go to wikepedia for full info

Mental health

Studies published in 2004 and 2009 have suggested that the n-3 EPA may reduce the risk of depression and suicide. One such study[20] took blood samples of 100 suicide-attempt patients and compared the blood samples to those of controls and found that levels of Eicosapentaenoic acid were significantly lower in the washed red blood cells of the suicide-attempt patients. A small American trial, published in 2009, suggests that E-EPA, as monotherapy, might treat major depressive disorder, however the study achieved no statistical significance.[21] ..go to wikepedia for full info

Alzheimer’s disease

According to a study from Louisiana State University in September 2005, Docosahexaenoic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid often found in fish oil, may help protect the brain from cognitive problems associated with Alzheimer’s disease.[29]

Parkinson’s disease

A study[30] examining whether omega-3 exerts neuroprotective action in Parkinson’s disease found that it did, using an experimental model, exhibit a protective effect (much like it did for Alzheimer’s disease). The scientists exposed mice to either a control or a high omega-3 diet from two to twelve months of age and then treated them with a neurotoxin commonly used as an experimental model for Parkinson’s…….go to wikepedia for full info

Depression

Evidence regarding the efficacy of fish oil supplements as a treatment for depression is currently inconclusive. Whereas several methodologically rigorous studies have reported statistically significant positive effects in the treatment of depressed patients, other studies have found effects to be small or insignificant.[citation needed]

For example, an August 2003 double-blind placebo-controlled study published in the journal European Neuropsychopharmacology found that among 28 patients with major depressive disorder, “patients in the omega-3 PUFA group had a significantly decreased score on the 21-item Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression than those in the placebo group.”[6] ..go to wikepedia for full info

Psoriasis

Diets supplemented with cod liver oil have also shown beneficial effects on psoriasis.[33] Though it has not been proven, some claim that fish oil also improves the tone of the skin and the condition of the blood vessels. More studies would have to be done to understand whether this is true.[citation needed]

Pregnancy

Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (commonly found in fish oil) protect against fetal brain injury and promotes fetal and infant brain health.[34] Some studies reported better psycho motor development at 30 months of age in infants whose mothers received fish oil supplements for the first four months of lactation.[35] In addition, five-year-old children whose mothers received modest algae based docosahexaenoic acid supplementation for the first 4 months of breastfeeding performed better on a test of sustained attention. This suggests that docosahexaenoic acid intake during early infancy confers long-term benefits on specific aspects of neurodevelopment.[35]

…………go to wikepedia for full info

Last but not least…. Because it Tastes Good! (you read correctly)

What should you buy and where should you buy it so it is affordable but very healthy?

CLICK HERE>> http://www.amazon.com/Carlson-Finest-Liquid-Lemon-100ml/dp/B003BVIAXE/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1315611871&sr=8-4

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www.DrWeisz.com.
Today we’re going to talk about frequently asked questions. I’m Dr. Weisz,
and we get a lot of questions in the office, and we figured we’d do a
couple video series about different questions that are most commonly asked.
Hi, Dr. Weisz here, we’re here at ChicagoChiropractorMassage.com/fishoil,
and one of the questions I get, I want to talk today about the nine reasons
why you should start taking fish oil. Every week I get a question, “Should
I start taking fish oil? Is it beneficial? What does it do?” Well, yes it
definitely is. I practice what I preach, so I take it. I’m going to
obviously recommend that you take it too.
Here’s some of the nine reasons why: cancer, cardiovascular system, mental
health, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, depression, psoriasis, pregnancy, last
but not least, because it tastes good. Yes, you read that correctly. It
definitely tastes good. I’m going to show you what I take, and it’s this
link right here. I’ll go through that with you at the end, but you don’t
get those fishy burps or anything like that. It doesn’t have to be not
pleasurable to do this. For the full information article, you can go to
this link here.
I’ve seen a lot of resources out there. Wikipedia actually does a great job
and has it condensed in one spot. I’m just going to go through briefly
about these nine. You can, again, read the full article here.
Right through here, cancer, several studies report the possible anti-cancer
effects. Breast, colon, prostate cancer, it slows the histopathological
progression, so it really helps with cancer. That alone, obviously, you
should start taking it.
Next, cardiovascular system, there are a lot of cardiologists out there
that are recommending taking fish oil daily. The best way to take it is the
actual oil. People will take the pills. The most potent is the actual oil,
which is what I take, which I’m going to show you later.
Again, it helps with lowering cholesterol, lowering LDLs, increasing the
good cholesterol, the HDLs. It’s supposed to help with coronary heart
disease, pregnant and nursing women, all this is going to help. As you can
see here, taking an actual supplement is really good because we can’t get
enough fish in a week to eat what we need. But also, eating fish has
potential for mercury contaminants.
Next, mental health, there’ve been a lot of studies published. You can go
through them at your own leisure. A lot of studies published that it
actually helps with depression and suicide, and it helps with balancing the
body chemistry.
Alzheimer’s, there are studies on it helping with Alzheimer’s. Parkinson’s,
same thing. A study examining whether omega-3 exerts neuroprotective action
in Parkinson’s disease found that it did. Again, for the full details go
ahead and check it out. I’m just giving you some reasons why you should
take it, and then I’ll give you a reason why you should take even more. It
doesn’t taste that bad.
Depression, evidence regarding the efficacy of fish oil supplements as a
treatment for depression, it says that some of them are currently
inconclusive. But there are some studies in the European
Neuropsycopharmacology that did find that it helps. You can make your own
judgment on that.
Psoriasis, cod liver oil showed beneficial effects on psoriasis. Pregnancy,
this is really important. If it’s good for a pregnant woman, then it’s
probably good for all of us. Again, it helps protect against fetal brain
injury, promotes fetal and infant brain health. Studies showed reported
better psycho motor development at 30 months of age in infants whose
mothers received fish oil supplements for the first four months of
lactation. In addition, five-year old children whose mothers received
modest . . . again, I’m not going to bore you with the details, but you can
read through it. It has huge effects on the nervous system and brain
development, everything like that.
Last, but not least, because it tastes good. What I actually take is a
lemon flavored fish oil. I’ll click on it here. Basically, you get it off
of Amazon. You don’t have to purchase it from us. You can get it right on
Amazon. It’s actually fairly inexpensive. You purchase it on Amazon. So,
I’m going to show that to you.
Those are just nine reasons. There are a lot more reasons than that of why
you should start taking fish oil today or a family member taking fish oil.
Last, but not least, here’s what I take. It’s Carlson Labs Fish Oil. It’s
lemon flavored. It’s actually really good. You can get it right here. It’s
$8.64. I would definitely consider getting it. You only need a tablespoon a
day. You just take one spoonful in the morning. I’ll put it in my cereal.
It’s lemon flavored so it doesn’t make it taste bad. Maybe like Fruit Loops
or Trix, or something like that, or just take it straight. It’s really that
easy.
I hope you enjoyed today’s video and you got a lot out of it, and hopefully
one of you out there decides to get some fish oil to help with your body
and health. If you have any questions, feel free to email us anytime,
drweisz@drweisz.com, and we’ll see you later. Have a great day, have a
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