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Promote Health & Wellbeing, physical & athletic Performance and a healthy Fat Loss by using the highest Concentration of essential Omega-3 Fatty Acids in their most effective Form!

Product Highlights:

  • A natural and highly concentrated source of essential omega-3 fatty acids
  • Contains three times more omega-3 fatty acids than regular fish oil products with 500 mg of EPA and 250 mg of DHA per 1000 mg of fish oil
  • Potent anti-inflammatory effects that will support healthy joints and can relieve joint pain
  • Promotes a maximum physical and athletic performance
  • Promotes the usage of body fat for fuel and can help you to lose fat during a diet
  • Promotes a healthy insulin sensitivity and can counteract an insulin resistance
  • Supports a healthy cardiovascular system and can lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases
  • May counteract the development of thrombosis
  • Supports a healthy brain function and promotes maximum mental performance
  • Can help to prevent dry and brittle skin and promotes a healthy and youthful appearance of your skin
  • Supports a healthy hair growth and promotes strong and healthy hair
  • Can promote a slow down of the aging process
  • Twenty to a hundred times more effective than omega-3 fatty acids of plant origin

What are Omega-3 Fatty Acids and why are they so important for our Health, Well-being and mental and physical Performance?

Omega-3 fatty acids belong to the group of unsaturated essential fatty acids. Essential means that these fatty acids are vital for your body and must be supplied by food or supplements, since your body can not produce them from other compounds.

In your body omega-3 fatty acids fulfil a variety of important functions. Among other things, they serve as important building blocks of all cell membranes, as well as building blocks for your brain and your nerve cells. In addition, omega-3 fatty acids are important precursors needed for the production of numerous endogenous anti-inflammatory prostaglandins. This means that your body needs sufficient amounts of omega-3 fatty acids to fight inflammation. Other important body processes in which omega-3 fatty acids play a crucial role include your body's natural hormone production, the protein synthesis necessary for muscle building, your cell metabolism, the production of immune system cells, and the lubrication of your joints, just to name a few.

In addition, omega-3 fatty acids have a wide variety of benefits for health and well-being, ranging from improved insulin sensitivity to promoting your cardiovascular health and relieving joint pain, as well as enhancing your physical and mental performance.

And as if that was not enough, omega-3 fatty acids can help you to lose body fat during a diet and promote a neat and attractive appearance of your skin and your hair.

If you take a closer look at the list of features and benefits of omega-3 fatty acids, you will find many aspects that are of particular importance for hard and intensively exercising people. Not without reason fish oil capsules and omega-3 products have always been part of the supplement regimen of many successful athletes and bodybuilders.

What are the Consequences of an Omega-3 Deficiency and why is such a Deficiency so prevalent?

It is hard to imagine that in a world dominated by obesity and an over-consumption of fat and sugar, there could be a shortage of a fatty acid, of which our body needs less than one gram per day, but such a deficiency is unfortunately very widespread. This is primarily related to the fact that omega-3 fatty acids occur naturally only in a few foods. These foods include fatty fish, a range of vegetable oils like flax seed oil, meat from grass fed cattle and certain algae. If your diet does not provide adequate amounts of these foods on a regular basis, you are likely to suffer from an omega-3 fatty acid deficiency.

But even these sources of omega-3 fatty acids differ significantly in terms of their biological value for the human body. While omega-3 fatty acids from animal sources such as fatty fish can be utilized by your body very efficiently, omega-3 fatty acids from plant sources must first be converted into the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA your body can use. The conversion rate of plant based omega-3 fatty acids to EPA is less than five percent and the conversion rate to DHA is less than one percent. To make things even worse, the production of the enzymes required for this conversion decreases with age. Because of this you may suffer from an omega-3 fatty acid deficiency even if you consume substantial amounts of plant based omega-3 sources. As a rule of thumb, many nutritional experts are of the opinion that people who do not eat fatty fish such as salmon, sardine, mackerel, etc. at least once a week are likely to consume too few omega-3 fatty acids.

Do you remember all the important functions that omega-3 fatty acids have in your body? A lack of omega-3 fatty acids will affect ALL of these functions and processes, which can have devastating effects on your health and well-being. The consequences of such a deficiency can range from dry, brittle skin to limited physical and mental performance, to serious health problems. There is also another factor that can increase your need for omega-3 fatty acids, and this factor is related to the high consumption of omega-6 fatty acids in our society. Even though Omega-6 fatty acids are essential fatty acids that are found in high amounts in many animal and vegetable fat sources, and your body requires small quantities for many important bodily functions, these fatty acids also possess pro-inflammatory effects that may not only promote and aggravate joint problems, but may also endanger and worsen your cardiovascular health.

For a healthy regulation of the inflammatory reactions in your body, the ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids in your diet has proven to be a decisive factor. A healthy ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids is considered even more important than the absolute daily amount of omega-3 fatty acids consumed. The optimal ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids is thought to be between 3:1 to 5:1, while in most person’s diet this ratio is more in the range of 20:1 or higher. All of this may not sound very positive, but the good news is that a daily supplementation with our highly concentrated Triglyceride Omega-3 Sports Edition will not only cover your daily omega-3 fatty acid needs, but also promote a healthy omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acid ratio.

Why is Triglyceride Omega-3 Sports Edition superior to all herbal Omega-3 Products and virtually all other Fish Oil Products?

In addition to fish oil products, you will also find a wide variety of omega-3 supplements from plant sources, such as the flax seed oil supplements on the market that have been traditionally available for decades. All of these supplements are far inferior to fish oil based supplements such as our Triglyceride Omega-3 Sports Edition due to the already mentioned inadequate conversion of plant based omega-3 fatty acids into the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA needed by your body. Therefore these products are not really suited to supply your body with sufficient amounts of omega-3 fatty acids.

But also fish oil products containing the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA needed by your body can differ in quality. Most fish oil products available on the market contain just 25% omega-3 fatty acids, while some higher quality products may contain up to 50% omega-3 fatty acids. But Triglyceride Omega-3 Sports Edition surpasses all these products with ease because of its incredible omega-3 fatty acid content of 75%, providing you with the most concentrated source of EPA and DHA available on the market!

This has the advantage that you will have to swallow significantly less capsules and that you can consume significantly less extra fat in order to meet your omega-3 needs. In addition to this, the risk of an unpleasant fishy taste regurgitation, which some people complain about after taking ordinary fish oil capsules, also decreases significantly as you will consume much less fish oil per serving.

Which properties of Triglyceride Omega-3 Sports Edition are of particular interest to athletes?

Due to the important roles omega-3 fatty acids play in countless important body processes that have direct and indirect influences on your physical performance, a sufficient omega-3 intake is an absolute must for every athlete who wants to achieve an optimal and maximum level of performance. Without sufficient amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, your body will not function optimally, which will inevitably affect your athletic performance.

But omega-3 fatty acids also have a number of other very interesting properties for athletes. These include, among others, strong anti-inflammatory properties. Because of this omega-3 fatty acids can promote and accelerate your post-workout recovery, reduce muscle pain and muscle soreness, relieve joint pain and promote alleviation in case of painful joint inflammation. In addition, omega-3 fatty acids are needed for a healthy lubrication of your joints and can thereby counteract joint problems caused by excessive wear.

For intensively training athletes it may also be interesting to note that omega-3 fatty acids can promote the preferential use of body fat for fuel, which will spare your glycogen reserves, allowing you to perform longer with maximum intensity (3, 4). This may be particularly beneficial while on a calorie reduced diet during which your glycogen reserves will often already be partially depleted right at the beginning of your workout.

How can Triglyceride Omega-3 Sports Edition support your Health and Wellbeing?

The scientifically proven positive effects of omega-3 fatty acids for health, well-being and physical and mental performance are so diverse that you could fill an entire book with them. For this reason, we can only give you a brief overview of the most important ones here.

Omega-3 fatty acids can promote the maintenance of a healthy cardiovascular system through a variety of different mechanisms, including beneficial effects on your cholesterol and blood lipid levels, a reduction of high blood pressure, an improved blood flow, and a reduced risk of thrombosis. In addition, the anti-inflammatory properties of omega-3 fatty acids can reduce the risk of developing atherosclerosis, which is considered to be a primary risk factor for heart attacks and strokes. With this in mind, it is not surprising that numerous studies have shown that a omega-3 fatty acid supplementation can reduce the risk of heart attack by 30 to 70% (1, 2).

The aforementioned anti-inflammatory properties can not only alleviate joint discomfort but, according to numerous scientific studies, also have a positive effect on conditions such as asthma or inflammatory bowel disease.

In addition, omega-3 fatty acids can promote a healthy brain function and, according to recent findings, may even protect against degenerative brain diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

There is even evidence that omega-3 fatty acids may help to slow down the body's aging process and physical decline with age. Part of the negative effects of the aging process are based on the fact that the so-called telomeres, which protect the DNA from damage, get shorter and shorter with age, which means that the cells become more susceptible to damage and mutations. However, recent scientific studies have shown that omega-3 fatty acids can effectively counteract this shortening of telomeres.

How can Triglyceride Omega-3 Sports Edition support and speed up your Fat Loss?

In addition to their beneficial effects on health, well-being, and physical & mental performance, omega-3 fatty acids may also aid and accelerate your fat loss. Numerous scientific studies have come to the conclusion that omega-3 fatty acids may increase your fat loss by 2 to 4 pounds within 4 weeks. There are a number of possible reasons for these amazing effects. Scientific research has shown that the omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA can increase the use of body fat for fuel (3, 4). Not only may this speed up your fat loss - it may also allow you to work harder and more intense during your workouts by sparing your glycogen reserves during your diet, which will help you to burn more calories. In addition, omega-3 fatty acids can enhance your body’s insulin sensitivity, resulting in more stable blood sugar levels and less fluctuations of your blood glucose levels, which are one of the main reasons for food cravings. And with cravings being the worst enemy of any diet, Triglyceride Omega-3 Sports Edition can help you achieve your fat loss goals faster.

The GN Laboratories Quality Guarantee

We only use the purest and highest quality ingredients the market has to offer. In order to guarantee you a consistent, highest possible quality of all of our products, each of our products is regularly tested for purity and quality of all of its ingredients.

Credentials

  1. von Schacky C.: Omega-3 fatty acids pro-arrhythmic, anti-arrhythmic or both ?. Curr Op Nutr Metab Care 11,(2008) in press.
  2. Block RC, Harris WS, Reid KJ, Sands SA, Spertus JA.: EPA and DHA in blood cell membranes from acute coronary syndrome patients and controls..Atherosclerosis. Sep 15 2007
  3. Flachs P, Horakova O, Brauner P, Rossmeisl M, Pecina P, Franssen-van Hal N, et al. Polyunsaturated fatty acids of marine origin upregulate mitochondrial biogenesis and induce beta-oxidation in white fat. Diabetologia 2005; 48: 2365-2375.
  4. Guo W, Xie W, Lei T, Hamilton JA. Eicosapentaenoic acid, but not oleic acid, stimulates beta-oxidation in adipocytes. Lipids 2005; 40: 815-821.

Fischöl

Fischöl senkt Triglyceride, schützt die Gefässwand vor Arteriosklerose, verbessert messbar das Immunsystem und wirkt als Gegenspieler zur tierischen Arachidonsäure erst noch entzündungshemmend.

 

  • Fischöl hemmt die Blutplättchenverklumpung wie Aspirin und schützt so vor Thrombosen.
  • Fischöl verbessert die Fliessfähigkeit des Blutes und entlastet damit das Herz.
  • Fischöl fördert die Hirnentwicklung und die Lernfähigkeit bei Kleinkindern.
  • Fischöl wirkt antimikrobiell (Terpene).
  • Fischöl-konsumierende Schwangere gebären gescheitere Kinder.

Alle diese Aussagen sind wissenschaftlich untermauert und von der Schulmedizin anerkannt.

In einer Studie beispielsweise konnte klar gezeigt werden, dass Herzinfarktpatienten, die nach dem ersten Ereignis regelmässig Fischölkapseln einnahmen, deutlich weniger einen weiteren Infarkt erlitten, als jene ohne Fischölprophylaxe.
Fischöl besteht aus verschiedenen Säuren: EPA, verantwortlich für die oben erwähnten Effekte und DHA, verantwortlich für die Blutdrucksenkung sowie für die Hirnentwicklung und die Lernfähigkeit bei Kleinkindern.
Die Wirksamkeit von Omega-3-Fettsäuren ist durch eine Vielzahl klinischer Studien bestätigt. Die umfangreichste war wohl die viel beachtete GISSI - Studie an der über 11`000 Patienten teilgenommen haben. Nach dreieinhalb Jahren täglicher Einnahme von 850mg Fischöl pro Tag konnte die Gesamtsterblichkeit um 20%, das Risiko für Herz- Kreislauftod sogar um 45% verringert werden.
Entscheidend für die Wirksamkeit ist die Anreicherung in den Zellwänden.
Dafür ist jedoch nicht nur die absolute Menge pro Woche zu berücksichtigen, sondern die kontinuierliche Zufuhr pro Tag entscheidend.

 

Optimale Menge bei allen chronisch entzündlichen Erkrankungen: 3g/Tag

Bedarf im Sport

Die aus Kaltwasserfischen gewonnenen Öle enthalten Eicosapentaensäure (EPA) und Docosahexaensäure (DHA), beides Omega-3-Fettsäuren. Diese wirken sich positiv auf die Bluttfette aus, senken das Herzinfarktrisiko und verbessern die Insulinempfindlichkeit. Bei einer ausreichenden Zufuhr an Linolensäuren, z.B. aus Leinöl, kann der Körper diese Fettsäuren selbst herstellen. Der genaue Bedarf an Linol- und Linolensäure ist dabei schwerer zu bestimmen. Er dürfte für Kraftsportler bei 5-10g Linolensäure und 10-20g Linolsäure pro Tag liegen. Wichtig ist dabei das Verhältnis der beiden Fettsäuren zueinander. Für jedes Gramm Linolensäure sollten etwa ein bis vier Gramm Linolsäure zugeführt werden (die diesbezüglich Empfehlungen schwanken stark).

Sicherheit und Nebenwirkungen

Fischöl ist für die meisten Menschen inklusive schwangerer und stillender Frauen bei einer Einnahme in niedrigen Mengen (3 Gramm pro Tag oder weniger) wahrscheinlich sich und unbedenklich. Es gibt einige Sicherheitsbedenken, wenn Fischöl in hohen Dosierungen eingenommen wird. Eine Einnahme von mehr als 3 Gramm könnte die Blutgerinnung beeinträchtigen und das Risiko für Blutungen erhöhen.

Hohe Fischöldosierungen könnten außerdem die Aktivität des Immunsystems und somit die Fähigkeit des Körpers, Infektionen zu bekämpfen, reduzieren. Dies ist besonders bei Menschen, die Medikamente zur Reduzierung der Aktivität des Immunsystems einnehmen (z.B. Empfänger von Organspenden) und älteren Menschen ein Grund zur Sorge.

Hohe Fischöldosierungen sollten nur unter ärztlicher Überwachung verwendet werden.

Fischöl kann Nebenwirkungen inklusive Aufstoßen, schlechtem Atem, Sodbrennen, Übelkeit, weichem Stuhl, Hautausschlägen und Nasenbluten hervorrufen. Die Einnahme von Fischöl mit Mahlzeiten oder ein Einfrieren kann diese Nebenwirkungen häufig reduzieren.

Auch der Verzehr großer Mengen an Fischöl über einige Nahrungsmittelquellen ist möglicherweise nicht sicher und unbedenklich. Einige Fische (insbesondere Haifisch, Königsmakrelen und Zuchtlachs) können mit Quecksilber und anderen Industrie- und Umweltchemikalien kontaminiert sein, wogegen Fischöl Supplements diese Kontaminierungen für gewöhnlich nicht enthalten.

 

Vorsichtsmaßnahmen und Warnungen

Erkrankungen der Leber: Fischöl könnte das Risiko für Blutungen erhöhen.

Fisch- oder Meeresfrüchteallergie: Einige Menschen, die allergisch auf Meeresfrüchte wie Fisch reagieren, könnten auch auf Fischöl Supplements allergisch reagieren. Es gibt keine verlässlichen Informationen darüber, wie hoch die Wahrscheinlichkeit ist, dass Menschen, die unter einer Allergie auf Meeresfrüchte leiden, auch allergisch auf Fischöl reagieren. Bis mehr hierüber bekannt ist, sollten Menschen, die allergisch auf Meeresfrüchte reagieren, Fischöl Supplements meiden oder mit Vorsicht verwenden.

Bipolare Störungen: Eine Einnahme von Fischöl könnte die Symptome dieser Erkrankung verschlimmern.

Depressionen: Eine Einnahme von Fischöl könnte einige Symptome dieser Störung verschlimmern.

Diabetes: Es gibt Bedenken, dass die Einnahme von Fischöl in hohen Dosierungen die Kontrolle des Blutzuckers erschweren könnte.

Hoher Blutdruck: Fischöl kann den Blutdruck senken und bei Menschen, die mit blutdrucksenkenden Medikamenten behandelt werden, ein zu starkes Absinken des Blutdrucks bewirken.

HIV/AIDS und andere Erkrankungen, bei denen die Reaktion des Immunsystems reduziert ist: Höhere Fischöldosierungen können die Reaktion des Immunsystems reduzieren. Dies könnte bei Menschen mit einem bereits zuvor geschwächten Immunsystem ein Problem darstellen.

Herzschrittmacher: Einige, aber nicht alle Untersuchungen legen nahe, dass Fischöl das Risiko für einen unregelmäßigen Herzschlag bei Patienten mit einem Herzschrittmacher erhöhen könnte. Aus diesem Grund sollten Menschen mit einem Herzschrittmacher sicherheitshalber auf Fischöl Supplements verzichten.

Familiäre adenomatöse Polypose: Es gibt Bedenken, dass Fischöl das Krebsrisiko bei Menschen, die unter dieser Krankheit leiden, weiter erhöhen könnte.

 

Wechselwirkungen

Bei einer Kombination von Fischöl Supplements mit folgenden Medikamenten sollte man vorsichtig sein:

Hormonelle Verhütungsmittel (Antibabypille):

Fischöl scheint dabei zu helfen, einige Fettspiegel im Blut zu senken. Diese Fette werden als Triglyzeride bezeichnet. Hormonelle Verhütungsmittel könnten die Effektivität von Fischöl bezüglich einer Reduzierung dieser Blutfettspiegel senken.

 

Medikamente gegen hohen Blutdruck

Fischöl könnte den Blutdruck zu senken. Die Einnahme von Fischöl in Kombination mit Medikamenten gegen hohen Blutdruck könnte einen zu starken Abfall des Blutdrucks zur Folge haben.

 

Orlistat (Xenical, Alli)

Orlistat (Xenical, Alli) wird zur Unterstützung des Gewichtsabbaus verwendet. Orlistat verhindert eine Absorption von Nahrungsfetten im Darm. Es gibt Bedenken, dass Orlistat auch die Absorption von Fischöl reduzieren könnte, wenn beides zusammen eingenommen wird. Um diese potentielle Interaktion zu verhindern, sollte man Orlistat und Fischöl Supplements in einem zeitlichen Abstand von mindestens 2 Stunden einnehmen.

 

Bei einer Kombination von Fischöl Supplements mit folgenden Medikamenten sollte man wachsam sein:

Medikamente, die die Blutgerinnung verlangsamen

Fischöl könnte die Blutgerinnung verlangsamen. Die Einnahme von Fischöl in Verbindung mit Medikamenten, die auch die Blutgerinnung verlangsamen, könnte das Risiko für Blutungen und die Neigung zu Blutergüssen erhöhen.

Einige Medikamente, die die Blutgerinnung verlangsamen können, umfassen unter anderem Aspirin, Diclofenac (Voltaren), Ibuprofen, Naproxen, Heparin, Warfarin und weitere.

 

Referenzen

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  2. Crawford MA, Bloom M, Broadhurst CL, Schmidt WF, Cunnane SC, Galli C, Gehbremeskel K, Linseisen F, Lloyd-Smith J, Parkington J. Evidence for the unique function of docosahexaenoic acid during the evolution of the modern hominid brain. Lipids. 1999;34 Suppl:S39-47
  3. Simopoulos AP. Human requirement for N-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids. Poult Sci. 2000 Jul;79(7):961-70
  4. Morris DH. Methodologic challenges in designing clinical studies to measure differences in the bioequivalence of n-3 fatty acids. Mol Cell Biochem. 2003 Apr;246(1-2):83-90
  5. Visioli F, Rise P, Barassi MC, Marangoni F, Galli C. Lipids. Dietary intake of fish vs. formulations leads to higher plasma concentrations of n-3 fatty acids. 2003 Apr;38(4):415-8
  6. Tsuboyama-Kasaoka N, Takahashi M, Kim H, Ezaki O. Up-regulation of liver uncoupling protein-2 mRNA by either fish oil feeding or fibrate administration in mice. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1999 Apr 21;257(3):879-85

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