OMEGA-3 CAPSULES

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Omega-3 Rare DPAs Longchain Caplets of Practitioner-Grade Priv

Longhairs Brand Omega 3 Longchain Caps Both Sizes or Liquid Practitioner-Grade Priv

 OUR UNIQUE  FAIRTRADE SUSTAINABLE CANADIAN NATIVE INUIT FORMULA

Contains DPA like no other source. DPA is 10 times more effective than EPA
in repairing damaged vessel walls and some tissue. Enhances the effects of DHA anti-inflammatory properties.

Contains DHA. DHA Promotes cognitive development, Reduces the risk of mental and mood disorders, Supports optimal eye health.

Contains EPA.  EPA Lowers risk of heart disease, Reduces joint inflammation, Helps combat depression

Long-Chain Omega-3 Fatty Acids Benefits:
Broad: Brain Eyes Heart and Cardiovascular System
Specifics: Mental and Mood disorders
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
Alzheimer’s Disease
Autism
Bipolar Disorder
Dementia
Depression
Dyslexia
Schizophrenia
Eyes and Ocular
Dry Eye
Macular Degeneration
Retinitis Pigmentosa
Heart and Cardiovascular System
Asthma
Atherosclerosis
Cardiac Arrhythmia
Coronary Artery Disease
Heart Attack
Hypertension
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Lowering LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol)
Raising HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol)
Diabetes and Insulin Resistance
Fibromyalgia
Cystic Fibrosis
IgA Nephropathy
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Osteoarthritis
Osteoporosis
Raynards Disease
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Skin Disorders – Acne, Psoriasis and Eczema
We are eproviding an extremely high in uniquely bio-available long-chain DHA, and this unique omega 3 formula is unusually high in DPA, High in DPA, contains no lead, Cadm Mercs heavy metals, no ‘high 6. 34% higher than codliver oil. Almost identical to plasma, higher than mother’s milk. Cost is 30 – 40 -60 dollars a month. Animal source is only source for this chain. EPA, DHA and DPA are all found in mother’s milk, which is nature’s perfect food. This can also make a breastfeeding mother deficient. All three omega-3 parts circulate in the blood stream under normal conditions. It is important to add a complete omega-3 supplement that has EPA, DHA and DPA to your diet.

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Recommendations:
The following governments and international organizations have recommended an increase in  ‘long-chain Omega-3’ intake: 

Health Agencies:

Health Canada, the World Health Organization and the American Heart Association recommend that everyone add more omega-3 to their diet. A complete omega-3 supplement must contain all three essential parts of omega-3: 1) EPA; 2) DHA; and 3) DPA. Our omega 3 oil is special and complete because it has EPA, DHA and DPA. Fish oil is incomplete because it only has EPA and DHA. DPA our Omega 3 oil capsules and  liquid naturally contains cleaned and purified EPA, DHA and DPA.

Governments of Australia and New Zealand (both governments recommend an increase in DPA intake, specifically)

American Heart Association World Health Organization

European Society for Cardiology

United Kingdom Scientific Advisory Committee on Neutrino

Flax and Fish Oil
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Omega-3 and Omega-6 essential fatty acids (EFAs) are necessary for proper human growth and development throughout all stages of life. Omega-3 and Omega-6 are found in equal amounts in our bodies at birth but both deplete as we age since they are used daily for our vital processes. Unfortunately, the human body does not naturally reproduce either; therefore, your diet must provide a steady intake of both.

EFAs are a source of energy; facilitate communication between and within cells; and aid in the maintenance of cells. Omega-3 and Omega-6 are the vital fatty acids of brain and nerve tissue. They promote heart and cardiovascular health and support optimum immune functioning. In addition, they are important for the reduction of inflammation and overall bodily health.

What About Sources?
Omega-3: animals (predominantly fatty animals and oily fish and some algaes)
Omega-6: plants and vegetables (especially in cooking oils) Ideally, Omega-3 and Omega-6 should be in balance as a 1:1 ratio. However, diet and lifestyle changes as populations moved inland from the coastlines have resulted in a loss of Omega-3. With only a reduction in the consumption of Omega-3, our modern diets are so high in Omega-6 that many doctors suggest the Omega-3/Omega-6 imbalance may be anywhere from 1:20 to 1:40.

Why Not Flax Oils?
Flax and flax seed oil is a non-animal source of Omega-3. However, flax yields alpha linolenic acid (ALA) which must be converted into EPA and DHA before becoming true Omega-3 (EPA, DHA and DPA).

Bodily conversion of Flax ALA to EPA and DHA is problematic for a number of reasons: 

Conversion is poor
Conversion results in low levels of EPA and DHA (sometimes even no levels)
Flax and flax seed contain no DPA, the third main component of Omega-3. In addition, flax and flax seed is high in Omega-6, something our bodies do not need. While flax has some known health benefits, it should not be considered as a source for Omega-3 EPA, DHA, and DPA fatty acids.

Why Not Fish Oils?

Fish oils, in contrast to our DPAs, only provide a direct source of EPA and DHA. There are however, some problems with fish oils:
Contains highest levels of DPA Lowest in Omega-6 Chemically similar Omega-3 to human Omega-3

In 2000, Dr. William Connor and Sonja L. Connor presented a paper entitled ‘THE IMPORTANCE OF N-3 FATTY ACIDS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE”. In it they stated:

Interest in the omega 3 (n-3) fatty acids began some thirty years ago from the remarkable studies in the Greenland Eskimo by the Danish scientists Dyerberg and Bang. These Eskimos had a low prevalence of coronary heart disease despite a high fat diet because their fat contained high proportions of n-3 fatty acids. This discovery stimulated a large amount of subsequent research about n-3 fatty acids as indicated by the several thousand papers that have appeared in the literature. There is little doubt that n-3 fatty acids have a decisive importance in human nutrition. They are significant structural components of the phospholipid membranes of tissues throughout the body and are especially rich in the retina, brain and spermatozoa. N-3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids, necessary from conception, throughout pregnancy, in infancy and undoubtedly throughout life. The second important feature of the n-3 fatty acid family is in their role in the prevention and modulation of certain diseases common in Western civilization.

Critical Functions: 
One of the critical functions of omega 3 is found in the body’s most basic unit – the cell. Human cells absorb various raw materials, process them and then send this processed material to the required destination within the body . The outer membrane of these cells acts as a gateway allowing the raw materials in and the processed materials out. This outer membrane requires a constant turnover of PUFAs to remain functional. Omega 3’s are an essential part of this replenishment. A shortage of omega 3 reduces the cells ability to efficiently perform their functions, leading to nutrient starvation and occasionally chronic and debilitating disease.

Omega 3s are also converted into another class of chemical called EICOSANOIDS, the most critical of which are PROSTAGLANDINS.
PROSTAGLANDINS operate within most tissues to regulate most bodily functions……. cardiovascular, digestive, immune system, etc. If the diet is inadequate, the omega 3 prostaglandins produced are either lacking or unbalanced, leading to disease in the vital body systems. Omega 3s have also been found to modulate the movement of cholesterol through the blood system. Some researchers have reported that omega 3 tends to change the balance of cholesterol in the blood by lowering the “bad” and raising the “good” cholesterol. Omega 3 PUFA’s have been shown to remarkably lower plasma triglycerides even in “healthy people”.

The Facts: 
Omega 3 is an essential and vital fatty acid that is found in the human body at birth.
Omega 3 does not naturally restore itself, therefore it most be obtained from external sources, either through diet or supplements. WHAT IS OMEGA 3?
Omega 3’s are a special type of long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). They are known as one of the “good” fats. The most important components of omega 3 are commonly know as EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), DHA (Decosahexaenoic Acid) and DPA (docosapentaenoic acid), all of which are found naturally in the human body at birth.
Omega 3 is deemed an essential nutrient for maintaining good health, normal growth and development but unfortunately the human body does not naturally replenish the omega 3 it uses. Therefore, omega 3 must be obtained through your daily dietary intake or through the use of omega 3 supplements.

Omega 3 (DPA, DHA and EPA)
Omega 3 PUFA’s, especially EPA, DHA and DPA, exhibit a number of health benefits which would protect human health and enhance some physiological functions. The benefits include the development and growth of brain and nervous system, softening of blood vessels, prevention of arthritis, anti-inflammatory, regulation of immune system and regulation of insulin secretion.

EPA: Eicosapentaenoic acid 
EPA is able to lower the level of cholesterol, to clean blood vessels, to prevent stroke, and to prevent irregularity of the heart and many of the cardiac diseases.


DPA: Decosapentaenoic acid 

Recent studies reported that DPA, abundant in mother’s milk, is essential for human growth and development. The DPA displays the following functions: 
Improves human memory
Enhances the ability to respond and to learn
Lowers the level of cholesterol in blood to protect the heart.
DHA: Decosahexaenoic acid
DHA is a key component of the brain and visual system. It maintains and improves human memory and learning behaviour, as well has been shown to stabilize behaviour as in bipolar disorder.

The number of servings to equate the 500 gms of EPA& DHA but virtually no DPA and excessive amounts of omega 6’s…..IS …
25.9 servings of cod weekly
231 servings of catfish weekly
17.5 servings of haddock weekly
14.7 servings of clams weekly
13.3 servings of shrimp weekly
or flax that is very low and contains no DPA.and EPA & DHA at only 2-6% conversion by the body.

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New Notes:

IF YOU TAKE THIS DOSE:
the best way!!
1 silverware Tablespoon taken daily = about 3 bottles per month taking only 10 months to 1

year to maximize your bloodstream or longer then you may wish to economize and just maintain

what you’ve just achieved by after going in one year down to 2 tsps .
By health Canada standards at minumum of 3/4 tsp, it would take at their rate 4-3 years

years or longer to build up maximize by also the benefits come slower because you were much

in debt of it.
2 bottles each month for a year then drop down to minimum * OK*
…or 2 bottles a month forever;-) *best* especially if you want all the extra benefits.

IF YOU TAKE THIS DOSE:
Second best
1.5 teaspoons taken daily = 2 bottles monthly taking about 2 years to maximize your

bloodstream.
By health Canada standards at minumum of 3/4 tsp, it would take at their rate build up maximize by 4-3 years years or longer also the benefits come slower because you were much in debt of it.

IF YOU TAKE THIS DOSE:
the budget way….
3/4 tsp 3.75 ml in 120 ml bottle is 30x 3.75=112.5ml
By health Canada standards at minimum of 3/4 tsp, it would take at their rate build up

maximize by 4-3 years years or longer also the benefits come slower because you were much in

debt of it.

SO….
LIQUID VERSION OR MINICAPS FOR PETS : For pets: Dogs large 6 MINISIZED CAPScaps a day medium 5 caps small and cats 3 caps per day with or in food. They’ll likely eat them entirely on their own if dropped on the floor or if you treat it like treats. Cats 2 pumps per day.

CAPSULES MINI:Caps mini Humans: Maintenance 6 caps daily =180(1 baggie) caps per month. Amount as prescribed by Doclonghairs. For deficiencies and inflammation conditions (therapeutic dose)will need you to be taking 12 daily (6 am 6 pm)=360 mo (2 baggies ev 30 days) in order to be building up your stores of it (takes 1-2 yrs at optimum dose before going down to Maintenance dose (1 baggie a month). Therapeutic dose is 6 MINISIZEDcaps twice daily=that’s 12 caps total, daily with food for 30 days = 360 caps(2 baggies a month) = 1 month OR AS PRESCRIBED BY DOCLONGHAIRS.

CAPSULES MANSIZED LARGE:CAPSULES MINI:Caps mini Humans: Maintenance 2 caps daily (1 baggie) caps per month. Amount as prescribed by Doclonghairs. For deficiencies and inflammation conditions (therapeutic dose)will need you to be taking 3 MANSIZED CAPS daily (6 am 6 pm) (2 baggies ev 30 days) in order to be building up your stores of it (takes 1-2 yrs at optimum dose before going down to Maintenance dose (1 baggie a month). Therapeutic dose is 2 MANSIZED caps twice daily=that’s 4 caps total, daily with food for 30 days (2 baggies a month) = 1 month OR AS PRESCRIBED BY DOCLONGHAIRS.

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