Since 2012, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has set up an ingredients list, which effects on health have been scientifically approved.
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Concerning the omega-3, the recommendations on the intakes of EPA and DHA have resulted with the following health allegations:
The EPA and DHA contribute to a normal cardiovascular function.
The DHA and EPA help to maintain a normal blood pressure.
The DHA and EPA contribute to maintain a normal concentration of the triglycerides in the blood.
DHA contribute to a normal development of the infant’s sight until one year of age.
The mother’s consumption of DHA contributes to the normal development of the fetus and breastfed infant’s eyes.
The mother’s consumption of DHA contributes to the normal development of the fetus and breastfed infant’s brain.
DHA help to maintain a normal functioning of the brain.
The DHA help to maintain a normal vision.
Omega-3 also have some effects on:
An instability of the ratio omega-6/omega-3 can lead to a harmful condition of the immune system.
EPA bring a nutritional support for healthy joints and ligaments.
A fall of EPA is regularly associated with a depressive state.
Omega-3 are the ideal choice for athletes who seek a nutritional support to enhance the benefits of their work-out sessions.