Sorry everyone but i just haven’t had time to update my blog lately! I know when i started i said to myself i would update everyday.. but im soooo busy! I only have time for a short post tonight but stay tuned for next week as i have some big announcements to make!
Hello all. This is the first in a series of “favorite supplements” posts. I plan to do 1 for at least everyone supplement that i take. Today i want to talk about one of my very favorite supplements though: fish oils.
Fish oils are refined from ocean caught base types, such as salmon, krill, and mackerel. They are quite beneficial to your health in a myriad of ways. They really help with brain and bone health, but the thing i use them for most is my skin. I always notice an increase in skin vibrancy when i take my fish oils.
The main nutrient in fish oils is omega-3 fatty acid. Omegas-3s can help a great deal with mental and physical degeneration, such as depression or arthritis. This is obviously just a small amount of things that omega-3s can influence. If you want to read more check out: omegas3s. Omegas-3s are basically the opposite of omega-6 acids, which come from land animals like cows and chickens. The experts say we have too much of 6 and too little of 3, so this results in a nutrient imbalance. I have to say that in my experience they are right. This is why i try to balance my diet with lots of fresh fish, even though im not the biggest fan of it. But if you find you cant stomach fish than your best bet is to go with fish oils. Personally, i do both.
The thing you have to be wary of is that there are many different kinds of fish oils out there, and not all of them are created equal. Some can even be contaminated with lead and arsenic! Youch! I have a few favs that i could recommend, such as nordic naturals or green pastures, but your best bet is to try a few brands and do your own research about toxins. There is no single best fish oil brand. But you can can check out sites like www.fishoilfacts.net for a sort-able list. This site is great and has a table where you can sort the various brands by cost, size, and toxin rating. Also check out their article on acne. A rather annoying condition that i cured with some cod live oil. Based on their recommendation of course! I recommend you do some research on the health benefits of fish by themselves. Eating fish is a great alternative to land animals but you have to be careful of the toxins. At least that is my take on it anyway! Well that’s its for tonight, im getting really sleepy. Till next time!
Hey yall! Hah. I couldn’t figure out how to start my very first post so i decided on that. I know its kind of lame! But~! What to write about? Well i thought i would talk about my passion in life: something alternative health related. So today i think im going to cover naturopathy. What is naturopathy? Wikipedia defines naturopathy as “a alternative form of medicine that uses different treatments, such as herbalism, acupuncture, and diet/lifestyle changes.” I think this is pretty accurate. Basically naturopathy is a non traditional way to treat disease. It removes the emphasis on drugs and surgical procedures and uses alternative supportive treatments that provide the body with the nutrients it needs to heal itself. I am currently studying to become a naturopathic doctor because i feel the western medicine model is lacking when it comes to true “cures”. Western medicine tends to treat the symptom of the disease and not the cause, unlike naturopthy which focuses on treating the cause and not the symptom. Additionally, pharmaceutical drugs tend to be highly toxic to the body and cause more problems than they solve.
Thats just a breif rundown of alternative medicine, to give you and idea. I feel that there is a supplement to replace any drug, personally. But I will save that for another post since its getting late and that’s all i have tome for right now! Well, good night yall!