Researchers from Germany and Belgium have found that all currently again. They were able to show in their research that the Omega-3 fatty acid ALA in the situation is to improve the profile of fat in the blood and increase useful good cholesterol (HDL). So ALA can contribute cholesterol nutritionally important for controlling the risk factor. Even more so in various studies was shown, who consumed much ALA, has a low risk to develop an atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) and to suffer a heart attack, consumed the less Omega-3 fatty acids than anyone. ALA is contained in rapeseed oil and highly concentrated in linseed oil. Therefore, linseed oil is so healthy and a major donor of valuable Omega-3 fatty acids. It is so health sense to make linseed oil to the part of the daily diet. Now, unfortunately linseed oil contains flavors that make direct consumption not just a culinary pleasure.
In addition, it is very sensitive and the valuable fat acids can easily be destroyed. Therefore it is possible on specially purified linseed oil to fall back. In a patented process, it’s pharmacists from Germany managed to produce highly purified linseed oil with a high percentage of ALA in easy-to-swallow capsules. These capsules are Navitum Pharma OmVitum by the company in the trade. OmVitum is a supplementary balanced diet to the dietary treatment of atherosclerosis and increased levels of inflammation.
Three capsules daily provide the body with ALA. OmVitum as a one-month supply (PZN 4604189) or as a cheap 3 month Pack (PZN 0262160) is available on health centers accompanying pharmacies or practice. When via pharmacy, it should be noted that OmVitum not will be replaced because of the unique composition by other, seemingly similar products. OmVitum without extra effort directly at Navitum Pharma can be ordered free shipping each pharmacy, like every health centre accompanying practice for customers and patients. All products from Navitum Pharma are listed in the Lauer tax. More information is available at. Source: Sioen I, et al. effect of ALA-enriched food supply on Cardiovascular risk factors in time.