1. Found to reduce Types 1 and 2 Diabetes
2. Provides the ultimate cardio protection
3. Helps improve kidney health
4. Promotes healthy blood pressure
5. Helps lower triglycerides and total cholesterol
6. Can help reduce diabetic nerve damage
7. Plays a protective role in eye disease
8. Helps lower inflammation
9. Helps assist in weight loss
10. Helps reduce nerve damage in diabetic neuropathy
Pharmaceutical-grade Fish Oil
There are three grades of fish oil: cod liver oil; health-food grade fish oil; and pharmaceutical-grade fish oil. Due to its inferior purification process, cod liver fish oil and food grade fish oils are found to contain some contaminants such as mercury, PCB’s, and DDT. Pharmaceutical-grade fish oils are molecularly distilled, using a highly complex purification process that removes all contaminants and preserves a much larger concentration of omega-3 fatty acids than the other forms of fish oils. In addition, pharmaceutical-grade omega-3 is the most neutral in taste and can be more easily digested than the other grades of fish oil. Diachieve Pharmaceutical-Grade Omega-3 is manufactured with the most stringent guidelines to ensure optimum purity and potency of EPA and DHA.
Cost Per Gram
Diachieve’s pharmaceutical-grade fish oil contains a much higher content of omega-3 fatty acids per soft gel than many leading brands of fish oil. In fact, you might have to take two or three times the dosage just to get the same amount of omega-3 EPA and DHA that is in Diachieve Pharmaceutical-Grade Omega-3. To get the best value, you need to compare more than price when shopping for omega-3. Check supplements facts on the back of the label for omega-3 content per soft gel to determine how much you are paying per gram. See comparison chart below:
Omega3′s have been found to help improve diabetic neuropathy
Diabetic neuropathy is a degenerative complication of diabetes. In a study publishedin the Journal of Neurochemistry on the protective effects of omega3 for diabetic neuropathy, it was found that fish oil had a a significant beneficial effect on nerve conduction velocity (NCV).
The Diabetes-Weight Connection
According to the American Diabetes Association, when it comes to the prevention of diabetes, excess weight is a leading risk factor for developing type 2 diabetes. Studies have shown that losing five to ten percent of one’s body weight can prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. It is a well-known fact that many people with diabetes also struggle with their weight. In the U.S., Twenty-three million people are type 2 diabetics and 73 million people are considered obese by BMI scale and other measures.
How Omega-3s can help keep you trim
According to a study published in the British Journal of Nutrition, involving 124 adults, researchers found that the subjects with higher levels of omega-3 had lower weight and smaller waists and hips than the subjects with lower levels of omega-3.
In another study of young, obese males, the addition of fish oil to their caloric-restricted diet, resulted in 1 kg more pounds lost after 4 weeks, compared to those on the same diet without fish oil. It is believed omega-3 fatty acids have anti-obesity effects by inhibiting lipid uptake into adipocytes, decreasing fatty acid synthesis, and increasing lipid oxidation.
Finally, Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA significantly reduced triglycerol and free fatty acid levels, which have tremendous benefits for people that are overweight and those with metabolic syndrome.