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Arctic Sea

The latest scientific findings of the last few decades of the last century in the area of nutrition produced Arctic Sea - a combination of fish oil and olive oil. It is one of the balanced food supplements with manifold action.

Because of the huge protective and therapeutic action of fatty acids Omega 3 and Omega 9, this product deserves more attention.

Omega 3

The term Omega 3 means a group of fatty acids which have been discovered in the 1970ies. The discovery of Omega 3 has generated thousands of studies, scientific papers, and clinical research worldwide. Even if this is the case, still only few people really understand the role of Omega 3 and its mechanism of operation in the body. They are fundamental molecules in the structure and activity of cell membranes of the whole body. They have highly specialized functions in the neurological tissue especially in the brain and retina (brain is the fattiest organ of the body). Because of their role in cell membranes, Omega 3 fatty acids are essential in the forming of new tissue, and they are very important for growth and development. They also have a highly important role in prevention of degenerative changes and premature symptoms of aging. Researchers have shown that Omega 3 fish oils (cod, salmon, sardine, tuna), especially from the fish of cold arctic seas, are not only good to lessen the pain and inflammation, but also prevent degeneration and deterioration of the joint cartilage. According to some authors, the long molecular chains of Omega 3 EPA and DHA fatty acids lubricate the joints. The third Omega 3 acid is found in dark leafy vegetables, in linseed and some other oils, in walnuts etc. With the help of enzymes this acid becomes FPA in the organism. All three of these acids have different roles and all three are necessary for good health.

Australian researchers have proven a connection between diet and degeneration of macula, which is stimulated by the lack of Omega 3 in the organism. Many studies from the end of 20th and the beginning of 21st century point to a connection between cardiovascular ailments and the lack of Omega 3 in the organism. This has been linked for the first time in the researches done on Eskimos.

In the case of lack of polyunsaturated Omega 3 fatty acids, the organism uses saturated fatty acids to build cell membranes. The cell membranes that are thus created are less elastic, which negatively affects the cardiovascular system. In addition to this, nutritionists have come to conclusion that the ratio between Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids is very important. In the typical western diet that ratio is out of balance, in favor of Omega 6 which is found in cereals, margarine, fried food, wholegrain bread... This shows that there is a high need to supplement diet with Omega 3, which-as science has proven-helps prevent and treat different ailments in varied ways.

Omega 9

Is monounsaturated fatty acid from olive oil. Its influence on lowering cholesterol levels has been proved in practice, especially in peoples who use olive oil in their diet, for example the countries of the Mediterranean. Omega 3 reduces cholesterol and tryglicerides in blood, and improves the general state of health.

In Arctic Sea the ratio is 3:1 for Omega 3 : Omega 9.


ARCTIC SEA, as a combination of fish and olive oils in its natural form is considered a supplement to modern diet. It is necessary in the following symptoms: high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high tryglicerides, retention of water, poor eyesight, loss of memory, different forms of depression, frequent infections and inflammations, dry skin, tingling of muscles in arms and legs, etc.

The best results are achieved with simultaneous taking with Aloe Vera Gel.

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