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PACKAGING

120 soft gels/Bot

INGREDIENT LIST

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DIRECTIONS

Take 2 soft gels daily with meals or as advised by your doctor

Important:

1) STORE IN A COOL, DRY PLACE

2) REFRIGERATE AFTER OPENING

3) KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

DHA-EPA

Wynn-Wright DHA-EPA

Sustains soft tissue structure, pulmonary function, reduces bad

cholesterol and improves cognitive function. Free from lipid peroxides.
 

Wynn-Wright high-efficacy DHA and EPA is made in Japan and sourced from cold water fatty fish.
 

 

 

About DHA & EPA

DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid) are long-chain fatty acids that work to decrease inflammation, and go beyond generic fish oil or Omega-3 supplements.

 

DHA is one of the most predominant fatty acids in the brain and eyes, providing the necessary structural component to protect and ensure proper function of these organs.   

 

EPA protects against cellular inflammation and is constantly needed for cognitive function and mental wellbeing. As the human body is unable to convert DHA into EPA, lifelong supplementation is crucial.

 

EPA and Emotional Wellbeing

Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, EPA protects against various neurological and metabolic diseases.

 

EPA has also been shown to be able to effectively manage conditions such as depression and anxiety, and prevent IFN-α-(interferon-a) induced depression, which if not treated properly, can result in Major Depressive disorder (MDD).

 

 

 

DHA, Pregnancy, and Infancy


Maternal DHA levels decline gradually during pregnancy, and supplementation is especially important during the third trimester for the fetus’ brain and eyes, which go through accelerated growth at this stage.
 

Transfer of DHA to the fetus is highly dependent on maternal intake of DHA during pregnancy.

Subsequently, infants up to the age of 12 months were found to have stronger cognitive and problem-solving skills, proportional to maternal DHA levels.

 



Supplementary Treatment of Chronic Periodontitis



Supplementation of Omega-3 (specifically 900mg of EPA + DHA) and aspirin, in addition to periodontal treatment indicated positive outcomes for sufferers of chronic periodontitis.

Marked improvements were observed in terms of probing and pocket depths, gingival bleeding and attachment levels over a period of up to 6 months.

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