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I've been using omega 6 in a ratio recommended by EFA specialist Brian Peskin. According to Peskin's research omega 6 is responsible for many biological functions. Omega 6 is found in every cell membrane. It lines the intema and myelin sheath. It is responsible for inflammatory and anti-inflammatory respoonses. It is a blood thinner vasodilator and anti-coagulant. It regulates hormones. It is goo...

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Harry | Age: 55-64 | On supplement for 2 to less than 5 years |
9/29/2015
Condition: General Health And Wellness
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I've been using omega 6 in a ratio recommended by EFA specialist Brian Peskin. According to Peskin's research omega 6 is responsible for many biological functions. Omega 6 is found in every cell membrane. It lines the intema and myelin sheath. It is responsible for inflammatory and anti-inflammatory respoonses. It is a blood thinner vasodilator and anti-coagulant. It regulates hormones. It is good for hair skin and nails. It brings oxygen into the cell. There is a lot of information on omega 6 but not popularly related. Omega 6 is usually processed and heated which is why it has become the bad boy of health. Replacing processed omega 6 with unprocessed omega 6 such as found in cold pressed high linoleic sunflower oil is the key to reversing heart disease and other health issues such as MS. The importance of EFA's cannot be understated.

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Lizibet | Age: 45-54 | On supplement for 10 years or more |
3/13/2015
Condition: Multiple sclerosis (MS)
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Eating a diet rich in omega 3 and 6 fatty acids is something my MS doctor recommended as "maybe" helpful back in 1999 when I was diagnosed. Studies now say there's no real link - that's fine. It doesn't hurt to eat well, and there are other benefits to Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids; there has been no harm done. Who knows what the next shift in the conventional wisdom will say? ;-)

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3/14/2013
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