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Multi EFAWhat Makes Multi-EFA™ Different?

Multi-EFA™ has been specially formulated to provide your body with both omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Containing Flaxseed Oil, Borage Oil and Evening Primrose Oil, Multi-EFA™ is a balanced combination of linoleic acid, gamma-linoleic acid, linolenic acid and arachadonic acid. EFA-PLUS™ is a proprietary blend of essential fatty acids from Borage, Flax, and Fish Oils providing increassed amounts of Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), Vitamin E, and adding Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). The container also has 90 soft gel capsules instead of the 60(in Multi-EFA).


 
Product #2160
Multi-EFA
(60 softgel capsules)
Retail Price: $26.00 Wholesale Price: $18.00 Qty.      
Product #2161
EFA PLUS
(90 softgel capsules)
Retail Price: $39.50 Wholesale Price: $29.50 Qty.      

Nutritional Information**

Two Soft Gelcaps Contain:

Borage Oil 510 mg
Evening Primrose Oil 340 mg
Flaxseed Oil 850 mg

Suggested Use: Suggested Use: Two or more soft gelcaps daily or as directed by your Health Care Practitioner. One bottle provides a 30 day supply.

**Nutritional Information may vary slightly from actual product label due to recent changes in labeling laws.


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Facts About Essential Fatty Acids

Some fatty acids are essential to the health of the body as it needs certain of these to maintain good health. Because we cannot make them, these fats are called Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs). Research has shown that EFAs positively affect the body’s internal functions, including circulation, blood pressure, inflammations, joint integrity, and the immune system. EFAs are also used by the body to produce powerful, hormone-like compounds called Prostaglandins, which regulate cellular activity.

Over 30 different Prostaglandins have been isolated, each with highly specific functions. These functions range from muscle tone to circulation to ensuring oxygen availability to the tissues. Prostaglandins have a very short life-span, which is why the body needs an abundant supply of EFAs.

There are several types of essential fatty acids. Among them are the omega-3 and the omega-6. Omega-3s are extremely important as they comprise thirty percent of certain membranes in nerve cells in the brain. The best sources of omega-3 EFAs are found primarily from cold-water fish oils or in flaxseed. Linolenic Acid (LNA) is an omega-3 fatty acid, and its essentialness lies in the fact that it cannot be made in the body and must therefore be consumed.

Omega-6 fatty acids affect the balance and equilibrium of the body. The omega-6 fatty acids are primarily plant derived oils and the best sources are Borage Oil and Primrose Oil. Linoleic Acid (LA) is an omega-6 fatty acid and like LNA, it cannot be produced in the body and must therefore be consumed.

Excerpt from lecture by Dr. Steven Whiting, Director, Institute of Nutritional Science
Reproduced with permission.

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