Astamega 3 Review
What You Should Know
Astamega 3 is a source of krill oil. Krill are a great source of omega 3 fatty acids and they don’t cause that fishy taste like other fish oil supplements. The official website for Astamega 3 offers complete details about the supplement, FAQs section and contact information. The website is simple to read and easy to navigate, but it is lacking detail. While everything the dieter needs to know about the supplement is there, it just seems a bit light. There could be an entire section on why omega 3 fatty acid supplementation is necessary and important, but the company does not bother to list articles on the topic. We also expected to see a clearly marked section on clinical research because science does love omega 3s, but there is no such section.
List of Ingredients
The first question most dieters have about omega 3 fatty acid supplements is about heavy metals, like mercury. Some fish contain mercury and thus that mercury and other heavy metals make it into fish oil supplements. According to Astamega 3, krill are farmed in the cold water of the Antarctic and thus they are free from heavy metals.
With the mercury question out of the way, we can give the dieter a bit of information Astamega should have revealed. The average western diet is rich in omega 6 fatty acids. These are present in foods commonly eaten in daily life. Omega 3 fatty acids are present in fishy, fish like salmon and tuna. Most fish rich in omega 3 fatty acids are also higher in fat content, so dieters stay away from these foods. With so many sources of omega 6 fatty acids, the body gets out of balance.
The optimal balance for omega 3 to omega 6 fatty acids is 10:1. Most diets contain a ratio of 4:1. Astamega 3 supplies the omega 3 fatty acids the dieter needs to bring the body back into balance, but proper health is one thing, dieting is another.
Just because Astamega 3 can boost omega 3 fatty acids does not mean it is the best source of these acids. The body absorbs vitamins and nutrients better in natural form, so eating more fatty fish is ideal. Omega 3 fatty acids protect the heart and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, but so does weight loss.
Omega 3 fatty acids will not increase metabolism or decrease hunger. The dieter will not suddenly see a change on the scale, but they may see a change in skin and hair texture. When combined with a healthy diet and exercise program, Astamega 3 is a great supplement for achieving good health.
- Contains omega 3 fatty acids.
- Sourced from krill, which contains fewer heavy metals.
- Available for order online.
- PatentHealth, the parent company, offers a complete website for dieters.
- Omega 3 fatty acids support a healthy heart.
- A lot of great information is missing from the Astamega 3 website.
There are very few disadvantages to taking omega 3 fatty acids, but they will not promote weight loss. The dieter needs to look at weight loss as a sphere, not a circle. Exercise, diet and fat burning is just one part. The body needs support from all sides and that includes supporting the heart. With a healthy heart, dieters can move more, burn more calories and live longer.