What Other Benefits Can you Get from Parent Omega 6 / Omega 3 Ratio

Essential fatty acidsYour body requires just a few essentials to achieve maximum health and that’s how wonderful nature is. These few essentials include natural fats or the Essential fatty acids (Parent omega 6 / omega 3). With the EFA deficiency solved along with cancer and heart disease protection you also achieve:

  • Significantly decreased appetite plus decreased cravings for sweets
  • Softer, smoother skin
  • Less cellulite
  • Stronger finger nails
  • Thicker, fuller and less dandruff hair
  • Lessened neuropathy if you are diabetic
  • Better blood sugar control
  • Less arthritis
  • Less joint pain
  • Faster healing
  • Fewer headaches
  • Better pregnancies
  • Less PMS
  • Increased mental clarity and better focus
  • Helps improve ADD and ADHD
  • More energy and greater intensity
  • Faster recuperation

EFAs in the ratios recommended give your body maximum anti-inflammatory protection, too. As proof, you may notice the following anti-inflammation benefits:

  1. Cuts and bruises heal quicker.
  2. Quicker healing of all surgeries.
  3. Less bleeding from dental exams/Brushing.
  4. Less pain of arthritis.
  5. Lowering of diastolic blood pressure (the bottom number).
  6. Lowering of systolic blood pressure (the top number).
  7. Increased blood flow to vital organs.
  8. Skin becomes smoother and more elastic.
  9. Skin inflammation symptoms may decrease—rashes, skin tags, warts, etc.
  10. Vision can improve regardless of age.
  11. Alzheimer’s symptoms can decrease.
  12. Nerve function improves, including neuropathy and retinopathy
  13. Allergy symptoms may decrease.
  14. Fewer headaches, including fewer migraines.
  15. Faster reaction time in athletes.

Our body needs EFAs or omega 6 and omega 3 every day to achieve optimum health and a great way to get these essential fats is by eating living plants and cattle that eats plants.  “Influence of omega-3 fatty acids on the prostaglandin-metabolism in healthy volunteers … synergistic effect of n-6 and n-3 fatty acids at low doses which is greater than the effect of high doses of n-3 fatty acids alone.” Prostaglandins in the Cardiovascular System, 1992.


Mike Maunu – Founder