ABOUT THINKWELL SUPER
Thinkwell Ultra-pure Super Omega-3 is a premium marine fish oil emulsion presented just as your body needs it for maximum absorption. As a liquid, it is in the best form for your body to absorb all of the essential fatty acids in a faster and more comfortable way.
Why? Because a liquid form does not leave anything floating in your stomach, which means no more reflux!
BETTER WITH ORANGE JUICE
Plus, Thinkwell tastes great and even better when taken with orange juice, so you won’t have to worry about a fishy after-taste. Best of all, you only have to take one Thinkwell dosage ONCE a week, because it is so highly concentrated, that one weekly dose is enough to benefit your body for a full seven day cycle.
Thinkwell Super Omega-3 has Has The Highest Level Of PURE Omegas On The Market.
While standard omega-3 supplements contain an EPA and DHA concentration of 18% and 12% respectively, Thinkwell has the highest concentration of marine-derived omega oils on the market, with every bottle containing over 75% in EPA and DHA levels (before emulsification).
Thinkwell Cares About Marine Life.
Thinkwell only uses PureMax fish oil which is sustainably and ethically sourced from pilchards and sardines. Small marine fish do not contain harmful heavy metals due to their size.
Benefits Of OMEGA-3 Fatty Acids
Reduced risk of cardiovascular disease
Less inflammation. Atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) is thought to involve your body’s inflammatory response. Omega-3 fatty acids slow production of substances that are released during the inflammatory response
Omega-3 fatty acids have been linked to healthy aging throughout life. Omega-3 fatty acids that are marine-derived have been recommended for the treatment and prevention of many chronic diseases, including metabolic syndrome and frequently, cardiovascular disease. Clinical uses of omega-3s include the prevention of arrhythmias and triglyceride as well as the lowering of blood pressure. There are, however, many other health benefits associated with taking omega-3 fatty acids.
There are two kinds of omega-3 fatty acids in fish: eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA have been linked to healthy fetal development, improved cardiovascular function, and the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease. It is necessary to obtain sufficient amounts of omega-3 fatty acids through supplementation, as our bodies do not produce many of the omega-3 fatty acids that are present in marine sources.
Studies have shown that EPA and DHA oils are important for proper fetal development, and have a positive impact on retinal, neuronal and immune function. EPA and DHA may also positively affect many aspects of cardiovascular function including reducing inflammation, reduction in the risk of peripheral artery disease, major coronary events, and anticoagulation. In addition, EPA and DHA have been linked to promising results in weight management and digestion, as well as cognitive function in those with very mild Alzheimer’s disease.
There exists mounting evidence that omega-3 levels have an effect on prognosis in patients with severe COVID-19 symptoms. This has not surprised researchers as three of the key contributing factors leading to poor prognosis, namely inflammation, a hyper-reactive immune system (cytokine storm) and blood clotting are addressed, to some extent, by omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids are well known to “thin’ the blood, modulate the immune system and cause the release of anti-inflammatory compounds. This places omega-3 supplementation high on the list of advisable protective nutrients in COVID-19.
This, however, does not exclude the need to consult your doctor for advice on the management and treatment of COVID-19.
Reduces The Risk Of Stroke
According to recent reports, there is some evidence that omega-3s from marine sources (such as fish oil) may reduce the risk of ischemic stroke (which is caused by the narrowing or blockage of a blood vessel in the brain). However, omega-3s have not been shown to reduce the occurrence of strokes nor death from stroke.
Triglycerides are a type of fat that are found in blood. Excessive levels of triglycerides may raise the risk of heart disease. Supplements that contain omega-3s have been approved as prescription medications to be used in combination with dietary changes, to reduce triglyceride levels in patients whose triglyceride levels are too high.
Marine-derived fish oils have a direct effect on blood pressure and triglycerides; therefore, there is a direct correlation between omega-3s and the improvement of metabolic syndrome status. There is also some evidence that suggests that high-density lipoprotein cholesterol may also be improved by marine-derived omega-3 oils.
The types of omega-3s that are found in fish oil may be helpful in alleviating symptoms associated with rheumatoid arthritis and other auto-immune conditions, such as inflammation. This, in turn, decreases a patients’ need for nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.