Fish oil for a younger looking skin

No doubt fish oil keeps your heart healthy but did you know that it keeps your face young too? When scientists at Seoul University treated human skin with EPA, an Omega-3 fatty acid in fish oil and then exposed the epidermis to ultraviolet light, there was a 75 percent drop in the proteins that destroy collagen, the substance that gives skin its elasticity and strength. However don’t go overboard and slap fish oil on your face twice a day, instead saturate your skin from the inside out by swallowing fish oil capsules.

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  2. Anonymous2:17 PM

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  4. Digamber8:39 AM

    Fish oil will keep you thinking younger—three years younger.Consider taking fish-oil supplements instead.

  5. Prithvi8:50 AM

    Fish oil is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids.
    it reduce the risk of heart diseases and help in overcoming mental disorders such as depression and schizophrenia.

  6. Omkar8:51 AM

    It helps in improving concentration and memory. They improve the supply of blood to the brain and also regulate the endocrine and immune systems

  7. Hritik8:53 AM

    It prevents macular degeneration of eyes.
    are responsible for maintaining the youthful feel of skin as it stimulates the production of collagen and elastin fibres in skin and reduces the blemishes of the skin. The luster of hair is improved by omega-3 fatty acids. Proteins present in fish oil promote hair growth and arrest hair loss.

  8. Urmila9:00 AM

    It helps in reducing cholesterol and reduce clotting of blood. They are instrumental in protecting the heart as they prevent the risk of cardiac arrhythmia.


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