Excess Fibrinogen Causes Inflammation

Parent omega 6Fibrinogen is a critical element for coagulation. Fibrinogen can help seal wounds when you cut yourself, but excess fibrinogen levels causes buildup inside your vascular system which can cause chronic heart disease. Inflammation from elevated levels of fibrinogen is also associated with a higher risk of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, diabetes and strokes.

As showed in the study reported in 2010, Parent omega 3 and Parent omega 6, not the omega 3 series derivatives take center stage alleviating this inflammatory process. The most important problems occurred when the levels of Parent omega 6 levels. Parent omega 3 was shown to be greater importance than its derivatives, with very low intake of EPA and DHA, in combination with Parent omega 3 to be the most beneficial regarding the risk of events of chronic heart disease.

In the 2010 study, canola oil was used particularly because of its genetic modifications. Canola oil is genetically engineered rapeseed oil, engineered to lower (not to eliminate) concentrations of toxic erucic acid. However, the key conclusions of this analysis make clear the “Power of the Parents”: “Parent omega-3 is physiologically of greater importance than its own metabolism (derivatives).” This study used “cold pressed” unadulterated oil so the oils are much more biologically functional. The journal article showed Parent omega 3’s significant role in reducing excessive plasminogen. The all-important Parent omega 6 needs to be consumed in sufficient quantities, too and these researchers state this. Overlooking of the “Power of the Parents” is determined to positive CVD patient outcome.

 

Mike Maunu – Founder
Oxygen4Life.com

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