Benefit and harm

The benefits and harms of Fish fat

 

The beneficial properties of fish oil. 1. The use of fish oil is essentially a high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids that are beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system of the body. Omega-3 fatty acids at times reduce the risk of diabetes, the risk of insulin resistance, you can say the same thing. Fish oil is needed to create a cell membrane formation connective tissues.

2. Fish oil is designated for medical purposes to patients with lung disease tuberculosis. It helps the immune system to deal more efficiently with the insidious disease and restore healthy cells and tissues faster. 2. When rickets and anemia in power must be included fish oil. It helps the body maintain a proper level of life force is involved in the activation of the immune system.

3. Such a rare disease as night blindness (utrachivanie ability of vision in the dark, night-time), for the treatment also requires the introduction in the diet of fish oil. Due to the high content of vitamin A cod liver oil prophylactically prevent the emergence of the disease, and if the person is already sick - fish oil favors speedy recovery.

 

 

 

4. The above-mentioned vitamin A in fish oil plays an important role in maintaining the health of nails, hair and skin. If you notice that your nails become brittle hair - lifeless and dry, and the skin has found strapped and faded appearance - you need to spend on drink a course of fish oil for recovery. 5. Fish oil is also rich in vitamin D, which is important because it conveys the desired items directly to the cells of our body. For example, calcium, vitamin A, phosphorus need vitamin D as a conductor to cellular substrates. Without vitamin D, these indisputably useful substances simply not metabolized by the body. Fish oil is recommended for use: - for concentration and mental performance; - In the presence of inflammation in the body; - High blood pressure; - To normalize blood cholesterol levels; - To reduce the risk of blood clots and thrombosis. Omega-3 fatty acids contained in fish oil, have the highest value and yet because they get into the body from the outside only, with food, and the body is not able to synthesize this substance.

Contraindications to the use of fish oil. There are a number of contraindications and diseases in which the use of fish oil is undesirable: idiosyncrasy of fish products, seafood, fish oil; catarrhal diseases of the gastrointestinal system, or stomach; febrile diseases; hypervitaminosis state of the body; chronic liver disease, in particular pancreatitis; acute and chronic renal disease; tuberculosis (active form). Never use fish oil on an empty stomach - can occur indigestion. During pregnancy and lactation, the use of fish oil should be agreed with a specialist. Infants under indications of cod liver oil may be appointed since the 4-week-old life.