Up your Nutrition with Multi-EFA Supplements

Learn how these natural multi-EFA supplements provide a natural way to improve your nutrition combined with a healthy diet.

| November/December 2001

  • Improve your overall nutrition by using multi-EFA supplements.
    Improve your overall nutrition by using multi-EFA supplements.
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  • Improve your overall nutrition by using multi-EFA supplements.

Learn how to increase your nutrition by using natural multi-EFA supplements as part of your diet.

Up your Nutrition with Multi-EFA Supplements

Get your healthy fats the easy way using multi-EFA supplements.

Do you take a multivitamin every day? If so, you might be surprised to learn that it may not be enough for optimum health. Mounting research suggests that getting the right amount of essential fatty acids is as important as getting your daily vitamins. To help meet daily needs for essential fats, I now recommend a “multi-EFA” to all of my clients as part of their regular supplementation program.

EFAs are necessary to support a variety of cellular processes. They maintain the integrity of cell walls and membranes, generate energy, produce hormones, and help with normal brain, nerve, and eye function. They also aid in combating numerous health concerns such as elevated triglyceride and cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis, mental disorders, diabetic neuropathy, menstrual and menopausal discomforts, eczema, psoriasis, and even cancer.

Interestingly, researcher Hugh Sinclair observed the vital connection between fats and disease almost fifty years ago. His remarks, published in the medical journal Lancet, cited an imbalance in fat metabolism as the underlying cause behind a number of diseases occurring worldwide. According to Sinclair, the modern diet—loaded with processed foods and hydrogenated fats and practically void of EFAs—was the primary culprit.

In addition to the health challenges produced by diets high in saturated and trans fats, we have also been experiencing the disastrous results of the no-to-low-fat diet trend of recent years. What the advocates of the no-fat diet didn’t tell us was that omitting the essential fats would set the stage for hair and skin conditions such as dandruff, psoriasis, dryness, hair thinning, and eczema. No-fat diets can also aggravate joint problems, inflammation, and PMS, as well as depression and other mental-health disorders.

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