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Elevate Christian Network :: Health and Wellness

Dr. Robert Carlson – Fish Oil Omega 3 Benefits:  In this video, Dr. Carlson explains the many health benefits of including Omega 3 fish oils in your diet. According to scientific studies at hospitals and universities, there is substantial evidence that omega-3 fatty acids reduce blood pressure, with a greater effect in hypertensive patients than those with high-normal blood pressure.

Other benefits include: an improvement in brain function; relief from excessive dry skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis; decrease inflammation in the tissues of the body, reduction in the incidents of fatal heart attacks and certain strokes; and improvement in the outcome of autoimmune diseases.

According to recommendations by the American Heart Association, we should consume  a variety of fish (preferably oily fish such as salmon, mackerel and herring) at least twice a week. There is consistent evidence of benefits of fish consumption for cardiovascular health.


Dr. Robert Carlson - Andlos Institute - Preventive Aging

Dr. Robert Carlson.  Andlos Institute – Preventive Aging.

About Dr. Robert Carlson: As a leading cardiothoracic surgeon and a pioneer in cardiothoracic research, he perfected the latest procedures curing patients through surgical procedures as well as performing research to develop new operations, optimize recovery, and improve post-operative care.

Dr. Rob retired from his surgical career to transition from thoracic surgery to a doctor committed to improving the baby boomer’s quality of life. His practice has evolved to meet the needs of patients as well as the changing face of practicing medicine and preventative healthcare.

Preventative Health Care

He is the founder of the Andlos Institute for Preventative Health Care in Sarasota, Florida and the creator of Stop-It, a revolutionary, all natural herbal lozenge that stops sugar cravings. Dr. Rob is also a three-time Ironman, avid runner, and has completed over 20 marathons.

  • For the latest news and updates from Dr. Rob, visit him online at: http://andlos.com



Salmon Fish - Source of Omega 3 Fish Oil

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Fish Oil Omega-3 Benefits for Your Mind and Body

You will find a lot of positive benefits that can come from the use of omega-3 fish oil since it contains a fair amount of essential omega-3 fatty acids. These substances go by th enames of Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), Gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). You should also note that you can get these elements from a variety of sources besides taking the fish oil capsules. Simply eating the right fish will give you similar benefits as taking the capsules.

Types of Omega-3 Fish

The list of fish includes salmon, blue fin tuna, oysters, sardines, swordfish, sea bass, halibut, mackerel and rainbow trout. Of course your results will vary based on the quality and the specific fish you eat. In the rest of this article, you will discover the five scientifically proven benefits of consuming fish oil based on research and animal studies.

Care Of The Skin

You will find that using Omega-3 is an excellent way to help the body heal various skin issues including excessive dry skin conditions. These could be psoriasis, eczema, skin redness, itching, rashes, or skin lesions. People who have psoriasis can benefit from taking this oil as the EPA present helps to restrict the growth of pro-inflammatory agents.

Minimizing Inflammatory Conditions

Just like restricting the growth of pro-inflammatory agents in psoriasis, regular consumption of omega-3 can help reduce inflammation in the tissues and blood of the body. People who suffer from chronic inflammatory diseases such as gastrointestinal disorders, short bowel syndrome, Celiac disease, and inflammatory bowel disease can benefit from taking this oil. Patients who have Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis are known to have difficulties absorbing vitamins, fats, and essential supplements, but can take this oil as placement as an effective diet.

Improving Heart Health

The American Heart Association (AHA) and their clinical trials have proven that omega-3 is effective in dropping the rate of cardiovascular diseases (CVD). AHA recommends taking fish oil as it is a great source of omega-3 and will help in reducing the risk of heart arrhythmias and heart diseases. While the oil helps in preventing heart diseases it can also lower bad cholesterol (LDL) and aid in increasing the level of good cholesterol (HDL). Preliminary research have also proven that this oil can be taken to prevent atherosclerosis in coronary patients. With regular intake of omega-3 it can become effective in avoiding sudden cardiac death or future strokes.

Relieve Anxiety And Depression

The intake of this oil has been proven to relieve depression, anxiety, sadness, restlessness, stress, mental fatigue, suicidal tendencies, decreased sexual desire, and other nervous disorders due to the presence of omega-3 fatty acids. A research publication titled “Fish Oils and Bipolar Disorder: A Promising but Untested Treatment” by Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine researchers in Cleveland, Ohio stated that the oil can be used to treat bipolar disorders and stabilize moods. Studies have shown that countries where people have an abundant amount of fish as part of their diet have a low incidence of gaining depression.


The DHA component of omega-3 makes it very beneficial for women that are pregnant. The DHA will aid in developing the brain and eyes of the baby and will help avoid possible low birth weight, premature birth, and miscarriages. A research in Denmark involving 8,729 pregnant women proved that a diet with low amounts of omega-3 resulted in pregnancies with a high risk of premature babies. The research also stated that pregnant women should not take any oil that was taken from the liver of a fish, like cod liver oil, as it contains rich amounts of vitamin A and retinol.


More reading:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/omega-3-fat-diet-1.3655212Eating omega-3 fatty acids tied to better heart health – CBC.ca A diet that includes fish and omega-3 is thought to be a heart-healthy eating pattern with benefits on measures such as blood pressure and heart rate. But studies on fish oil supplements haven’t consistently shown the same benefits. Our bodies use …

Omega-3 Fish Oils: The Greatest Nutritional Health Discovery Since Vitamins, Part Three—The Basics of How EPA and … – WholeFoods Magazine Sc., has made several discoveries that elucidate many of the health benefits of omega-3 fish oils. Dr. Dyerberg made five scientific expeditions to Northwest Greenland in the 1970s examining the association between fish oil intake and coronary heart …

http://wtop.com/health/2016/06/eat-fish-lower-your-risk-of-deadly-heart-attack/Eat fish, lower your risk of deadly heart attack – WTOP The study, published in JAMA Internal Medicine, looked at the three forms of these fatty acids: α-linolenic acid (ALA), docosapentaenoic acid (DPA), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which have all shown beneficial effects on things like blood pressure …

The Omega-3 Effect

We all want to live as healthfully as possible. In THE OMEGA-3 EFFECT, Dr. William Sears turns his attention to the critical role that omega-3s play in the body. Dr. Sears takes readers through each body system-including the brain, heart, joints, skin, and immune system-and demonstrates how omega-3s are essential to each.

THE OMEGA-3 EFFECT also offers tips on what foods and supplements readers should incorporate into their diet, as well as several delicious recipes. Written in the wise, accessible tone that has made his books long-term bestsellers, Dr. Sears offers a practical and science-based approach to living a more healthful life.





Cee Harmon is the founder of Elevate Christian Network and Elevate Your Potential Magazine. He enjoys helping people improve the quality of their lives - spirit, soul, and body.
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