Ignore the LIES; this ‘super nutrient’ can SAVE your LIFE
Scientific American slammed it a “false promise.”
Newsweek dumped on it as a “waste of money.”
And The Guardian dismissed it as “fool’s gold.”
Here’s the thing: Anytime the mainstream establishment – the press, the drug industry and of course the government – lines up against something in unison…
Chances are, they’re hiding something good.
And in this case, it’s something that could SAVE YOUR LIFE!
See, they’ve been lining up to attack fish oil because it works TOO WELL—and it’s turning into a threat to the drug industry’s bottom line.
They’re so desperate, they’re even trying to create expensive synthetic versions to cash in on it themselves.
But I’ve got a new report from just across the state in Harvard that reveals the truth about fish oil.
It’s not “fool’s gold” after all.
In fact… after you see this… you might think the only FOOLS are the ones dismissing it!
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The Harvard team found that these golden capsules are like a suit of armor for your heart.
Everything trying to kill you will bounce right off.
Omega-3s can protect you from major heart problems, slashing the risk by 8 percent.
And the REAL benefit is much, much bigger…
See, the Harvard team found most clinical trials use doses that are MUCH TOO LOW, averaging just 840 mg per day.
The benefits, they said, ONLY kick in at higher levels.
In other words, studies are – perhaps intentionally – giving patients doses that don’t work.
I bet you can guess what happens next…
Those synthetic fish oil drugs I mentioned earlier? Those ONLY get studied at MUCH HIGHER doses – so of course it looks like the drugs work well and the real deal is a “waste of money.”
What a scam!
Clearly, it works – and the benefits are much higher than most studies reveal.
So… what’s optimal? You want an omega-3 index (the level of omega-3s in your body) of eight.
That’s a test your doc can order. If he can’t – or won’t – you can order it yourself online from a company called OmegaQuant and do it entirely via mail.
It costs $50, but you’ll probably be in this for $100 since you may need to do it twice.
First, you’ll want to know what your levels are right now.
Then, if your levels are lower than eight, take 1,000-2,000 mg per day of total DHA plus EPA, the two main fatty acids in fish oil. Look for something from Nordic Naturals, Carlson’s or Metagenics.
After three or four months, repeat the omega-3 test and you should be right in that happy zone. If you’re not quite there yet, up your omega-3 dose a little bit more.