Evergenics Super Premium Omega 3 Fish Oil

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Studies show omega-3s cause weight loss.

Omega-3s increase fat metabolism, decrease belly fat, block fat storage and suppress appetite, in addition to improving and protecting health in many key areas.

From the makers of Thermolift formulas, Evergenics Super Premium Omega 3 Fish Oil is an ideal source of the two most important omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA.

From proven weight loss to mood boosting, from heart health to brain function, from eye health to joint pain relief, research has shown that supplementing the diet with optimal amounts of the correct types of Omega-3s can make a positive impact on nearly all key areas of human health. In addition to weight loss, we give you 7 more life-changing reasons you should be adding adequate amounts of the correct omega-3s to your daily routine.


First, what are Omega-3s?

Omega-3s is a short name for omega-3 essential fatty acids (also called n-3 fats). Omega-3s are a special family of healthy polyunsaturated fats that are called essential because the body cannot make them from scratch: they must be obtained from food or through dietary supplementation.1 The two most important omega-3s are eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). The omega-3, Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), also plays a role in health.


1. Omega-3s: The Secret Key To Effective Weight Loss

Research shows that lower body levels of omega-3 fatty acids are associated with higher accumulation of fat around the waistline.2 3

Omega-3s increase fat burning and cause body fat loss

Research presented by the International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders, reveals that omega-3s, specifically from fish oil, increase fat burning (lipid oxidation) and lead to lower body fat mass.4 Similar findings, that omega-3s increase fat burning potential and stimulate weight loss, are supported by numerous studies.5 6 7 8

Documented Appetite Suppression

By stimulating the release of gastrointestinal hormones, such as cholecystokinin, long-chain fatty acids like EPA and DHA omega-3s are shown to reduce appetite leading to a decrease in calories consumed (energy intake).9 Other research shows that omega-3 supplementation lowers hunger sensations and increases fullness, specifically after eating a meal.10

Fat Blocking

Omega-3s influence lipogenesis, which is the process by which the body converts sugars into stored fat (lipo = fat, genesis = beginning or creation of).11 Research has shown that, by suppressing the function of a protein called SREBP-1, omega-3s actually block the body’s ability to conduct lipogenesis,12 thus decreasing body fat accumulation from dietary intake.

True Slimming

Clinical studies establish the effects of omega-3s on fat loss, fat burning and fat blocking, but research published by the International Journal of Obesity shows that omega-3s don’t just reduce belly fat, they can actually contribute to the appearance of a slimmer figure by reducing the size of fat cells.13


2. Want Beautiful, Youthful-Looking Skin? Look To Omega-3s

If you want soft, moist, smooth and youthful looking skin, then feed it well with ample omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids are responsible for the health of the cell membrane, which not only acts as the barrier that protects the skin from harmful elements and toxins, but also the passageway for vital nutrients to come in and waste products to go out.14 In order to prevent the appearance of aging on the epidermis (the outer layer of skin), it’s important to take care of the health of the dermis (lower layers of skin). The dermis relies on collagen to support the epidermis. Essential fatty acids have a protecting effect on dermal collagen that lessens UV-induced photoaging.15 Dermatologist, Nicholas Perricone, MD, says that omega-3s do even more than just protect the structure and health of cell membranes; omega-3s reduce the body’s production of inflammatory chemicals tied to the aging process that affect how healthy the skin looks and feels.16


3. Heart Health: Omega-3s Can Reduce Risk Factors For Heart Disease

Heart disease is the world’s #1 killer according to the World Health Organization.17 Omega-3s have been shown to lower triglycerides, a risk factor for heart disease.18 19 Research has also shown omega-3s can reduce other risk factors for heart disease by lowering blood pressure, increasing levels of the “good” cholesterol, HDL, preventing blood clots, preventing plaque in the arteries and preventing hardening of the arteries.20 21 22 23


4. Depression and Mood

Major depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States.24 An estimated one in five Americans has experienced depression or another type of mood disorder, like bipolar illness, and approximately 21 million Americans each year suffer from a mood disorder. Depression is the top predicting factor for suicide.25
Scientific research has linked low levels of omega-3s in the diet to depression.26 Additional studies have shown omega-3 supplementation to reduce symptoms in those diagnosed with major depression.27 EPA has been shown to be the most effective omega-3 when it comes to relieving depression,28 with one study of 60 outpatients revealing EPA to be as effective as the popular antidepressant drug, fluoxetine, (tradename Prozac).29


5. Vision Loss and Blindness: Omega-3s Can Help Protect Against Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration can lead to blurred vision and legal blindness. With more than 10 million American sufferers, it affects a greater number of people than cataracts and glaucoma combined.30 Macular degeneration, influenced by race, genetics, smoking and diet, is caused by the deterioration of the central portion of the retina. It is the leading cause of vision loss and considered an incurable eye disease.31 Studies have linked low levels of the two most important omega-3s, EPA and DHA, with age-related macular degeneration.32 Essential fatty acids, like omega-3s, play a critical role in maintaining the structure and function of the retina.33 34


6. Omega-3s Can Improve Brain Function Through All Stages of Life

The omega-3, DHA, has been shown to improve brain function during the middle stages of adulthood.35 In the early stages of life, DHA can be particularly important; one study determined that DHA supplementation during pregnancy can improve a child’s IQ by age 4.36 Other research has shown that supplementing the diet with the omega-3, EPA, can decrease the symptoms of ADHD in children.37 Omega-3 fatty acids are not only highly concentrated in the brain, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, but they are also important for memory, brain performance and behavioral function.38


7. Cancer: Lowering The Risks with Omega-3s

In 2016, the National Cancer Institute is estimating that more than 1.6 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United States, with the most common types being cancer of the breast, lung, prostate, colon, thyroid, pancreas, bladder and melanoma of the skin.39 Diets high in omega-3s have been associated with lower rates of numerous forms of cancer.40 A European study involving 1455 subjects found that omega-3 supplementation can lower colon cancer risks by greater than 50%.41 Other research has led to the recommendation of omega-3s for breast cancer prevention and improved survival.42 While maintaining a diet with adequate levels of omega-3s may reduce risk factors for all forms of cancer, scientific studies have associated the strongest links with omega-3 supplementation and decreased risk factors for these forms of cancer: colon, prostate and breast cancer.


8. Joint Health & Arthritis: Omega-3s Can Relieve The Pain and Suffering

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. suffer from arthritis, making it the leading cause of disability in America.43 Supplementing with omega-3s can relieve arthritis symptoms; the most common of which include swelling, pain, stiffness and decreased range of motion. Inflammation is the root of many health problems, including progressive joint decline; omega-3s consistently demonstrate properties that help suppress inflammation.44 45 46 People suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, a type of chronic inflammatory disorder, can find relief through omega-3 supplementation. Long-term research has shown that symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis can be “significantly” reduced by daily supplementation of omega-3 fatty acids.47


Why Choose Evergenics Super Premium Omega 3 Fish Oil?

Evergenics Super Premium Omega 3 Fish Oil, developed by the creators of Thermolift products, is a supplement made from 100% wild caught fish, from the purest waters in the world. Customers love the fact that our formula has no fishy after taste! Instead, our softgels have a pleasant, natural lemon flavor. Each serving of Evergenics Super Premium Omega 3 Fish Oil is bursting with 1,500mg of natural omega-3 fatty acids, with 800mg EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and 600mg DHA (docosahexaenoic acid).

When it comes to receiving all the weight loss and health benefits of omega-3s, the quality and purity of the source must come first. Our formula is tested thoroughly for heavy metals and undergoes an extensive and comprehensive distillation process. When you take Evergenics Super Premium Omega 3 Fish Oil, you can absolutely trust that you are supplementing your diet with the highest-quality product you can buy, that is all-natural, made in America and derived from 100% pure, wild-caught fish.



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