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27
Oct 2011
FOOD FOR THE BRAIN
There is truth in the old wives tale that eating fish is good for your brain! Oily fish such as salmon, sardines and mackerel are rich in omega-3 fatty acids which are essential to health. This fact is backed up by a wealth of scientific evidence. Apart from the odd Einstein-like genius, most of us could do with a bit of a brain boost! A recent study showed that omega-3 fatty acids may slow cognitive decline in some patients with mild Alzheimer’s Disease. Omega-3 fish oil is usually safe with most medication except those on anti-coagulants such as warfarin and high doses of aspirin. One of the most popular supplements of Omega 3,6&9 is Paradox Oil. It is good for you in so many different ways because it contains healthy fats that are essential for good health. Paradox oil was developed in Northern Ireland and contains a unique combination of pure Omega 3,6&9 derived from pure fish oil . It also contains extra virgin olive oil which has powerful antioxidants to keep the oil fresh and a dash of organic lemon oil so that the oil does not taste of fish. Everybody can benefit by taking Paradox Oil as it can help the health of your heart and joints, arthritis pain and cholesterol level. It is recommended that the oil is taken either in liquid or capsule form for 6-12 weeks to see benefits in general wellbeing, energy levels, dry skin conditions, hair and nails. For further details log on to www.paradoxoil.com For the month of October we have a special offer on Paradox Oil of buy one , get one half price
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