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Oceanblue Professional Omega-3 2100™ with Vitamin D Natural Vanilla -- 120 Softgels


Oceanblue Professional Omega-3 2100™ with Vitamin D Natural Vanilla
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Oceanblue Professional Omega-3 2100™ with Vitamin D Natural Vanilla -- 120 Softgels

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Oceanblue Professional Omega-3 2100™ with Vitamin D Natural Vanilla Description

  • Same Great Product • New Look...Easy-To-Open Cap
  • Omega-3 2100™ with Vitamin D Powered by Olcenic®
  • Heart • Brain • Eye • Joint
  • Clinically Shown to Maintain Healthy Triglyceride Levels
  • Supports Immune Function and Wellness
  • Prescription-Strength
  • D3 2100 mg • EPA 1350 mg • DHA 600 mg • DPA 150 mg

What is Olcenic®?

 

Olcenic is a proprietary blend of highly pure omega-3s and other essential oils designed with our optimal ratio of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) to DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) to promote heart health:

 

+ Focus of numerous clinical studies demonstrating powerful health benefits of omega-3.

+ High potency omega-3 available without a prescription.

+ Highly refined and molecularly distilled to ensure 88% pure omega-3.

+ Filtered for impurities and unwanted fats.

+ Burpless with no fishy aftertaste.

 

Oceanblue Professional Omega-3 2100 with Vitamin D is a prescription-strength omega-3 fatty acid supplement with added Vitamin D3. Made with our proprietary Olcenic blend of EPA and DHA, Omega-3 2100 with Vitamin D is 88% pure omega-3’s and comes in pleasant vanilla flavored softgels. Triple the potency of common fish oil supplements, Omega-3 2100 with Vitamin D contains 2,100 mg of omega-3’s per serving.

 

Supports Hearth Health: Supportive but not conclusive research shows that consumption of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids with healthy diet and exercise may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.

Vitamin D: is an essential nutrient for healthy teeth, bones and immune function. It is estimated that as many as 85% of people in the US are deficient in Vitamin D. Omega-3 2100 with Vitamin D provides 2,000 IU of Vitamin D3 per serving.

Burpless With No Fishy Aftertaste: The purity of our omega-3s plus a natural orange oil that we add to our products help to eliminate fish taste and burps that are common with lower quality fish oil supplements.

Sustainably Sourced: All our omega-3s come from wild-caught, anchovies and sardines with zero to low mercury exposure off the pristine waters of the Peruvian coast.

Purity Is Our Promise To You: We molecularly distill out fish oil to remove unwanted fats and by-products. Our exacting purity standards ensure that our products are free from mercury, purine, other toxins.


Directions

Take 1 or 2 softgels daily with meal.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Softgels
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories25
Total Fat2 g3%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
   Polyunsaturated Fat2 g
   Monounsaturated Fat0 g
Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol)50 mcg (2000 IU)250%
Vitamin E (as Mixed Tocopherols)2 mg13%
Total Omega-32100 mg*
   EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid)1350 mg*
DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)600 mg*
DPA (Docosapentaenoic Acid)150 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, glycerin, water, natural orange oil extract, ethyl vanillin and medium chain triglycerides.
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Cardiovascular Fitness: A 5-Week Heart Health Exercise Plan

Exercise is a powerful tool for your ticker. Heart health is a vital component of living a long and active life. Being physically fit improves heart health in several ways:
  • Increases calorie burn, helping you reach or maintain a healthy weight
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Improves cholesterol levels
  • Better regulates blood sugar
  • Helps your heart's arteries to dilate
  • Improves the way your sympathetic nervous system responds, leading to better control over your heart rate and blood pressure

Concept of Cardiovascular Fitness Represented by Woman in Workout Clothes Sitting on Pink Mat with Weights and Water Bottle | Vitacost.com/blog

How often to exercise for heart health

The American Heart Association recommends 150 minutes (2.5 hours) of moderate activity per week. You can break this down however you wish, but spending about 30 minutes per day getting up and active is ideal. If you’d prefer to work harder for less time, the recommendation is 75 minutes of higher intensity exercise per week. Of course, you can combine more intense activity with less taxing exercise to meet your goals. Making time for movement that relaxes you and helps you unwind can further improve your heart health by reducing stress. If you aren't ready to commit to that much exercise each week, modest activity as little as an hour of walking or gardening each week can help prevent death from all causes, including heart attack and stroke. According to the research, it’s possible that just 15 minutes per day of activity can help you live an extra three years compared to those who don't.

Heart rate zone training

While some people prefer to run at a certain pace per mile, heart rate training uses your beats per minute to measure running speed. Heart rate zone training requires you to know your maximum heart rate. You can determine your maximum heart rate by subtracting your age from 220. Maximum heart rates can vary from 15 to 20 beats per minute higher or lower than the number you arrive at, so use this as your guide. The American Heart Association recommends that beginners start at 50 to 75% of their maximum heart rate. If you can perform vigorous activity, you can work at 70 to 85% of your maximum heart rate (MHR). Use a heart rate monitor to keep track.
  • Zone 1: 50 to 60% of MHR
  • Zone 2: 60 to 70% of MHR
  • Zone 3: 70 to 80% of MHR
  • Zone 4: 80 to 90% of MHR
  • Zone 5: 90 to 100% of MHR
If you plan on running for a long distance, training mostly in zones one and two with some interval training in zones 3 and 4 is ideal. If you are preparing for a race such as a 5K, training in zones 3 to 4 will be best.

An exercise plan for cardiovascular fitness

For a healthy heart, you should be able to perform some vigorous activity each week. To do that, building strength, mobility and flexibility are also essential. Aim to perform strength-building activities at least twice per week, hitting every muscle group. Mobility and flexibility work will help keep you functioning without injury. Using the time to work on your mobility and flexibility by participating in activities that help you relax will decrease stress levels, contributing to a healthy heart. If you're just starting, it's essential to know how to progress your activity safely. Here is a simple cardiovascular fitness plan you can try to get on the right track.

Week One

  • Exercise 3 times this week for 15 to 20 minutes (or more, depending on fitness level)
  • Train at a steady state in zone one or two

Week Two

  • Exercise 3-4 times this week for 10% longer each session than you did last week.
  • Try adding short intervals of higher intensity this week.

Week Three

  • Exercise 3-4 times this week for 10% longer each session than you did last week.
  • Try adding a bit longer intervals of higher intensity this week. See if you can rest for less time in between your intervals.

Week Four

  • Exercise 4 times this week for 10% longer each session than you did last week.
  • Try adding more intervals of higher intensity this week. See if you can rest for even less time in between your intervals.

Week Five

  • Exercise 4-5 times this week for 10% longer each session than you did last week.
  • Aim for a one-to-one ratio of higher intensity and low intensity for 4 to 5-minute intervals. So, work at a higher intensity for 4 to 5 minutes, then go easy for 4 to 5 minutes.

The takeaway

Taking care of your heart will reward you with a longer, more functional life. A balanced, heart-healthy diet and a proper exercise routine can improve your quality of life from your younger years to your golden years. More young people feel the effects of a sedentary lifestyle, and to reduce the rates of heart disease and stroke, we must protect ourselves. Start with small goals and master them, then add to them as habits develop.
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