August 16, 2022

Did you know that omega-3 supplements can support arthritis relief?

Research has found that omega-3 fatty acids (specifically DHA and EPA) have anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce inflammation that often plagues and worsens osteoarthritis.

Interestingly, research on guinea pigs from the University of Bristol found that not only did omega-3 supplementation slow osteoarthritis, it reduced degradation of cartilage in collagen AND the loss of molecules that support shock absorption.

  • Reduce inflammation

  • Slow and prevent cartilage loss

  • Decrease loss of molecules that support shock absorption

  • To sum it up — this means that meeting the recommended daily amount (RDA) of omega-3s could support OA relief!

What does this mean for you? 

Check to see whether you’re hitting your daily recommended amount of omega-3s!

Most organizations suggest 500 mg per day. This goal can be hit fairly easily by consuming at least 2 servings of fatty fish each week. If you don’t eat animal products, most plant sources have a different type of Omega-3s (ALA, not DHA and EPA). But you can get DHA and EPA Omega-3s in algae-based supplements.

Check out the research from the University of Bristol here:

>> https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/10/111017111600.htm <<

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