Now, miracle `squid` pill to benefit brain, heart
London: A new supplement called Bioglan Calamari Gold pill made from squid has been launched that has five times more Omega-3 than cod liver capsules and helps in improving brain and heart function.
The product would help people who suffer from fatigue, memory problems and bad skin, which makes it the most effective way of getting your daily intake of the essential fatty acid, the Daily Express reported.
The one-a-day pill contains 40 per cent omega-3 DHA, which has been proven to help with heart health, brain function and high blood pressure. Studies also hailed the use of DHA that helps in improving cognitive function, lower the risk of arthritis and postpartum depression, improve joint health and even lower the levels of blood fats linked to heart disease.
Studies also hail the use of DHA helps improve cognitive function, lower the risk of arthritis and postpartum depression, improve joint health and even lower the levels of blood fats linked to heart disease.
It has been made from the liver of squid and would be the first of its kind in the UK. They are available for 19.99 pounds in the market.
Suzie Sawyer, Nutritionist, said that Omega-3 acids are a group of essential fatty acids which can't be created by the body and DHA was the predominant omega-3 in many of our vital organs so it was fundamental for our health.
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