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More effective Omega-3 It is 100% Natural and pollutant free Sea-buckthorn is one of the oldest plants on earth. Its bright-orange berries have a long history of use as a food ingredient in Asia and Europe. Sea-buckthorn oil is an extraordinarily rich source of many essential nutrients. Amaranth, as a ruderal plant has been known and cultivated by the human population in Mesoamerica for at least eight thousand years Antarctic krill oil is the world’s purest source of marine Omega-3. Krill are tiny shrimp-like, semi-transparent crustaceans that live abundantly in certain oceans of our planet, primarily in the Antarctic. Krill have been harvested as a food source since the 1800s, possibly even earlier in Japan where they are prized as a delicacy.
Today, krill is recognized as an emerging and potent source of marine omega-3 fatty acids that offers multiple health benefits. Kardi contributes to the health of the heart, brain and eyes also contribute to healthy joints, with an increase in joint comfort and help lower blood cholesterol. It contributes to healthy nervous system function and development Amaranth, as a ruderal plant has been known and cultivated by the human population in Mesoamerica for at least eight thousand years. In the plant world, amaranth seeds appear to be unique for their richness in squalene – a compound that helps normalize cholesterol and triglycerides in our bodies.
Squalene got its name because of its occurrence in shark liver (Squalus spp.). Sharks are still hunted to process their livers for squalene. Squalene is also responsible for oxygen assimilation, supplying it to the cells and distributing it to the furthest reaches of our body. Sea-buckthorn is one of the oldest plants on earth. Its bright-orange berries have a long history of use as a food ingredient in Asia and Europe. The earliest mention of its medicinal properties can be found in ancient scriptures of the Tibetan monks.
Sea-buckthorn was brought to Europe by Alexander the Great. Legend says that his soldiers fed their horse’s sea-buckthorn berries to keep their coats bright and shiny. In traditional medicine, sea-buckthorn is used to treat coughing, digestive problems, skin issues, wounds and burns. The berries are abundant in Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-7, vitamins A, B, C and E, antioxidants, carotenoids and microelements, just to mention a few Multi-Antioxidant protection against free radicals and oxidative stress against premature Ageing and hormonal balance It is widely recognised that DHA in Omega-3 is an important building block in the brain and that fat is the most essential nutrient in a young infant diet The easily absorbed EPA and DHA as well as powerful antioxidant astaxanthin in TIENS Krill Oil contributes to maintaining normal vision.