From the monthly archives:

October 2010

Does your anti-aging supplement include one-of-a-kind Omega-7?

Research has shown numerous Omega fatty acid benefits, but now, new studies are emerging on the anti-aging benefits of Omega-7 from palmitoleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid that is present in all tissues and is a natural component of skin.

Palmitoleic acid is rich in human sebum, but declines with age. It can nourish and rejuvenate skin, and also help strengthen the health of mucous membranes that line the urogenital digestive, and respiratory tracts and other canals and cavities of the body.

As part of the normal aging process and stress of environmental factors, skin becomes dry, sensitive and inflamed.

Also with age, the human body is producing less and less palmitoleic acid. Research has shown some benefits when suplementing Omega 7 such as:

  • Accelerated healing
  • Rejuvenation
  • Moisture repleneshment

Omega-7 palmitoleic acid is rarely found in the plant kingdom. Rich sources of rare Omega-7 is:

  •  Gevuina
  • Macadamia
  • Sea Buckthorn

As a lifestyle personal trainer and nutrition consultant, I highly recommend Omega 7 in your diet.

Unfortunately most doctors and nutritionists are not well trained on essentail fatty acids.

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