PUREDIA SEABERRY® FRUIT OIL
Puredia SeaBerry® (Sea Buckthorn) Fruit Oil is the best source of Omega-7 Fatty Acids (Palmitoleic Acid). This plant-based Omega provides the highest concentration of Omega-7 naturally available as well as a host of vitamins and minerals. Most other sources of Omega-7 are isolated and simply do not contain the complex nutrition found naturally in SeaBerry (Sea Buckthorn) Fruit Oil. Other Omega-7 sources don’t come close to Sea Buckthorn’s incredible nutritional profile. It also contains an abundance of omega 9, which is great for cardiovascular support by regulating the cholesterol level. Studies have shown that by lowering the ratio of saturated fatty acids, it could help to boost energy and enhance mood.
- For both internal and external use
- Maximum Omega-7 for skin, hair and nail health
Omega 7 is new to the scene and is catching attention in the omega market. As opposed to Ω3, a very popular essential fatty acid commonly derived from fish, Ω7 is currently only available from 2 plant sources: Macadamia Nut Oil and Sea Buckthorn Oil. Puredia SeaBerry® (Sea Buckthorn) Fruit Oil is the richest and most common plant source of the oil. It has a high concentration of the very rare Ω7 fatty acid, with up to 40 percent, over twice that of macadamia oil. The synergistic effect of Sea Buckthorn’s complete source of omegas, including Omega 3, 6, 9, and Ω7, as well as its vast array of vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants, is thought to be the main contributor to drastic and positive health differences in its users.
Regeneration & antioxidants
- Ω7 Deactivates the master inflammatory regulation complex NF-KB
- Ω7 Reduces the inflammatory marker CRP by 73%
- Ω7 Is 6 times more effective in anti-inflammation than Ω3
Reduce fat & cholesterol
- Ω7 Reduced overall fat and BMI in a study done in obesity children
- Ω7 Reduces bad cholesterol (LDL) and boosts good cholesterol (HDL)
- Ω7 Enhances insulin sensitivity and supports glucose control
- Ω7 Stimulates production of insulin-related cells
Fruit oil Composition
100% Tibetan SeaBerry, no excipients or chemicals used
Omega 7 Palmitoleic Acid
Omega 9 Oleic Acid
Natural Vitamin E
Puredia SeaBerry® ‘s natural omega 7 can be as high as 40% or even higher concentration using the advanced purification technology.
Many of these effects can appear due to the ability of Omega-7 to deactivate the master inflammatory regulatory complex called NF-KappaB.
Omegas are different, Omega-7 is known to be superior in anti-inflammation. Omega-3 requires 1.2 g to 2.7 g to be effective in the fight against inflammation, which is 6 times higher dose of Omega-7
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