Heart Health

Phospholipid Omega-3s, such as those found in Superba™ Krill, are important nutrients for a healthy heart.

The role of omega-3s in heart health is very complex. From the cellular level to blood vessels, omega-3s represent the link to a healthy heart. The more omega-3s in your diet, studies say, the healthier your heart will be.

Cells, Vessels & Tissues

  • IMPORTANT FOR BLOOD CELLS
  • IMPORTANT FOR VESSEL TISSUES
  • IMPROVES CELL SIGNALING

Researchers have identified a link between the concentration of omega-3 fatty acids in tissues, blood, and red blood cells, and the overall health of the cardiovascular system. Omega-3s provide recognized benefits in promoting the wellness of the heart and blood vessels, and the evidence supporting greater omega-3 dietary intake is increasing.

Mechanisms of Action

  • WORKS ON A SUB-CELLULAR LEVEL
  • CREATES HEALTHY CELL MEMBRANES
  • BENEFICIAL GENE REGULATION

Scientists have proposed several different mechanisms by which phospholipid omega-3s promote cardiovascular health. On the sub-cellular level, phospholipid omega-3s are incorporated into cell membranes, alter membrane properties, promote a healthy response to inflammation, are included in modulating enzymes involved in cell signaling pathways, and alter gene expression.

Various Heart Benefits

  • supports normal blood pressure
  • supports normal cholesterol levels
  • promotes regular heart rhythm

Research shows that omega-3s also support blood pressure and cholesterol levels already within a normal range. They have also been implicated in promoting a regular heart rhythm and supporting normal blood clotting processes. As a result, omega-3s help keep both the heart and arteries healthy.