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Why Should I Take the BalanceOil Vegan?

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  • Can vegetarians and vegans get healthy Omega-3 EPA and DHA fatty acids from a diet that contains no fish? Can they rely on plant foods such as flax seed to provide enough of the long chain Omega 3’s they need?

    Yes AND No.

    Our bodies can convert plant-sourced Omega-3 fatty acids to EPA and DHA, but only to a very small degree. Typical conversion rates are below 5% in women, and below 2% in men. So, most vegans and vegetarians cannot get into Omega-6/Omega-3 balance. But now there is an easy solution, go to where the fish get their Omega-3’s from; cold water marine algae. These algae provide pure long chain Omega-3’s – the same found in fish – but are entirely vegan. This algae oil is the main ingredient in Zinzino’s BalanceOil Vegan and offers you all the benefits of our regular BalanceOil made from fish oil. It safely adjusts and maintains EPA+DHA levels and the Omega-6:3 balance in your body.
    For more information about BalanceOil, go to the question Why Should I Take BalanceOil?
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