- FOR CHILDREN: It is especially important during the period of intensive growth and hormonal changes in adolescence. Increases children’simmunity and resistance to allergic reactions, viruses and bacteria during the flu epidemic and other viral diseases. Helps to strengthen bone mass during growth. It is important for the development of vigilance and children’s eye motor activity. It is used for attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity disorder in children.
- FOR ATHLETES: Scientists have found that the use of seal fat improves the anabolic protein response, making muscles stronger, and also balances the secretion of hormonal glands and testosterone, which is very important for sports. But the body itself does not synthesize Omega 3,6, and 9 fatty acids. They must come from outside and be in the athlete’s diet in order to:
- provide neuromuscular connection,
- to fill with energy,
- maintain a good response, support the activity of the heart muscle,
- provide strength to muscle mass, strengthen cartilage and joints,
- promote elasticity of tendons and vascular walls,
- strengthen bones (omega 3 enhances calcium absorption),
- accelerate recovery in case of sports injury.
Daily intake of Omega-3 for adults:
The amount of fatty acids consumed per day for an adult should not be less than 700 mg, and should not exceed 5000 mg. An adult needs 1500-3000 mg of Omega-3 per day. Less than 700 mg of a substance should not be consumed, otherwise a deficient condition will occur, leading to a violation of health.
From 3000 to 5000 mg of Omega-3 is recommended to be taken to restore and strengthen the body during inflammatory diseases and intense physical exertion. Also, an increase in the daily intake of fatty acids is necessary for: diabetes mellitus; depression, nervous and mental disorders; predisposition to diseases of the heart and circulatory system; increased concentration of cholesterol in the blood; joint pathologies.
AVERAGE COURSE: 1-2 MONTHS WITH SUBSEQUENT BREAK ½-1 MONTH
The dosage is recommended to be agreed with a medical specialist.
Daily intake of Omega-3 for children from 6 to 12 years
Polyunsaturated acids are important for the child’s body, but even more important for the embryo developing in the womb. The correct intrauterine development of the child is impossible without fatty acids.
RECOMMENDED DAILY DOSE FOR CHILDREN 6 TO 12 YEARS: 1000 MG
It is advisable to coordinate the dosage and course length with a medical specialist. An overdose, depending on the individual properties of the body, may be accompanied by slight nausea, impaired stool, dizziness.