Fish oil carries a variety of health benefits. It contains omega-3 fatty acids, acts as an antioxidant and protects the heart. Fish oil is available in liquid form, or in the form of capsules. This oil contains a lot of vitamins A and D which are good for your eyes, skin and  nails.

 Vitamin A is good for the eyes, improves your vision, and you can found it also in carrots, oranges, and milk. Vitamin D is required for bones,and improves the absorption of calcium.

Health Benefits From Consuming Fish Oil

Due to the presence of omega-3 fatty acids, fish oil prevents heart disease and the risk of atherosclerosis. It reduces the risk and occurrence of blood clots, improve brain function and protect against diabetes.

Fish oil with proper nutrition and physical activity can promote weight loss. Besides, fish oil is good for the skin, and we will show you how to make a simple face mask:

All you need is a small spoonful of fish oil and honey. Mix these ingredients well and then apply on face. Let it stand on your face for 5 minutes, and then rinse it with chilled chamomile tea.

Before you rush into the pharmacy looking for supplements of fish oil, check the cleanliness of the oil before you buy it. You should chose carefully because there are good and bad producers, also the price-quality ratio that is offered. Select oil or capsules depending on your lifestyle (it is easier to carry capsules, then a bottle of syrup). You can find fish oil from cod, salmon, sardines, herring and of course there is the shark liver oil. Regularly take the supplements and you will notice the difference, for starters your immunity will successfully resist colds and viruses during winter and springtime.

Note: Don’t exceed the recommend dose because fish oil can cause some side effect such as diarrhea, bad breath, nausea, heartburn, nosebleeds and rash. Also there is an undergoing study that investigates the possible link between prostate cancer and mega doses of fish oil. That’s why do not exceed the recommended dose which is around 1000 milligrams a day.

Reference: 13 Fish Oil Benefits Proven Beyond Medicine

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