Tag Archive: Omega-3

An Easy Swap to Help Reduce Triglycerides

Posted on :  December 3, 2021

Heart disease is still the number one killer in Australians. Eliminating all fat is not the answer. Reduce your triglyceride levels instead.

Athletes May Need More Omega 3 Than We Thought

Posted on :  November 22, 2021

The International Olympic Conference have made recommendations based on the current research that athletes may need up to four times the amount of omega-3 fat than the recommendations made for the general population. Athletes may need around 2000mg or eight to ten serves of seafood each week.

4 Key Foods to Promote Optimal Health After Menopause

Posted on :  September 21, 2021

There is no denying that when your body goes through menopause there will be some changes. The drop of the sex hormones oestrogen and testosterone creates many changes in your body.

Omega-3 fat to reduce symptoms of indigestion

Posted on :  August 31, 2021

Do you suffer from indigestion or heartburn? More than one in every ten Australians experience this uncomfortable condition and it is one of the most common digestive disorders. The cause and treatment can vary from person to person.

Seafood may reduce your risk of inflammatory bowel disease

Posted on :  February 22, 2021

The powerful anti-inflammatory effects in seafood are well known. This is primarily due to seafood being a great source of omega-3 fat. This anti-inflammatory property in seafood may promote health and keep your body in balance from a health perspective.

How to follow a low carb diet the smart way

Posted on :  February 17, 2021

If you want to follow a low carb diet, there are better ways than others. There are potential health benefits to a low or lower cab diet such as reduction of weight if obese or overweight and improvements in control in type two diabetes. The key to any successful diet is the ability to sustain it and one way is by giving your body the right type of low carb foods to promote health.

The compounding health effects of Safcol Seafood

Posted on :  February 9, 2021

The function of your body is a highly tuned system and the health effects of seafood is well documented. When one function becomes dysfunctional it can have a ripple effect. The condition known as metabolic syndrome is an example of this. Metabolic resistance includes having high blood pressure, obesity, cholesterol, and insulin resistance. These conditions put you at greater risk of diabetes and heart disease.