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Why Tuna Oil?

Tuna fish are one of nature’s richest sources of Omega-3-fatty acids.

Medical studies have shown that Tuna Oil has a unique fatty acid profile which is far higher in DHA, and has a far higher DHA:EPA ratio than most other fish oils. It is the DHA which is the most complex form of Omega-3 and associated with eye, brain and nerve development as well as joint protection.

What are the benefits of Tuna Oil compared to other oil supplements on the market?

It is a fact that human breast milk is the richest natural source of high concentration Omega-3 Triglycerides for the newborn.

When supplementing one’s diet it is therefore important to select a supplement as close to nature’s own rich source as possible. Tuna Oil is the only HiDHA supplement almost identically approximating nature’s own pure and richest DHA source.

TunaCap contains only pure natural Tuna Oil prepared and tested to rigorous pharmaceutical standards for purity and content and meets strict European regulatory limits.

What health benefits does Tuna Oil have?

Joints

Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to slow down or remove the activities of enzymes that degrade cartilage in arthritis and as well, can keep inflammation down to a lower level.   Omega-3 has been shown to reduce pain and morning stiffness associated with arthritis therefore reducing the need for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication.

Heart

Fish oil, which contains EPA and DHA appear to have a role in the management and prevention of Coronary heart disease and strokes. They help by altering the composition of fats within the blood. They also assist with reducing cholesterol and triglycerides, both known factors for heart disease.

Eyes

Omega-3 fatty acids are extremely important for the general function of the eyes.   The retina of the eye contains a high concentration of DHA which the body forms from nutritious fats in our diets. Deficiencies may show up as blurring, glare, sensitivity to light, poor night vision and eye strain.

Brain

Omega-3 and DHA in particular is known as “Brain Food”. DHA is the primary structural component of brain tissue therefore a deficiency of DHA in the diet could result in a deficiency of brain function. Tuna Oil is one of nature’s highest content essential fatty acids and especially DHA.   Consider these findings: cultures whose diet is high in Omega-3’s (such as Inuit) have a lower incidence of degenerative diseases of the central nervous system.

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