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Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil, a natural source for the essential omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. Our wild Alaskan salmon oil is obtained from wild salmon, harvested from the pristine waters off the Alaskan coast. Fishing from these unspoiled waters results in naturally lower levels of impurities and makes this fish oil a favorable source of these vital fatty acids. Salmon oil, and wild Alaskan salmon oil in particular, enjoy a great deal of positive press for its quality and potential health benefits. This oil is refined, deodorized and winterized allowing for a more pleasant food and dietary supplement.

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The omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon oil benefit your cardiovascular health. They help combat inflammation by suppressing the activity of a pro-inflammatory gene, called NFkB. This promotes cardiovascular health, because inflammation increases the risk of heart disease. Consuming DHA and EPA also lower your blood triglyceride levels, fighting high triglycerides that contribute to cardiovascular disease, and also promote healthy blood vessel function and lower blood pressure. Overall, this means consuming more of the omega-3s found in salmon oil lowers your risk of heart attack and coronary heart disease. Because of their role in inflammation, omega-3s help control the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, notes the University of Maryland Medical Center. The DHA in salmon oil also makes up part of your brain cell membranes, and maintaining healthy DHA levels might affect brain cell communication. Taking salmon oil in combination with anti-depressants might also help with depression, although the UMMC explains that it's not yet clear how well it works. This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease.

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While salmon oil offers a safe alternative to other fish oils, it still has the potential for side effects. Consuming too many omega-3 fatty acids can thin your blood and increase your risk for excessive bleeding, especially if you also take blood thinning medications. The omega-3s in salmon oil can also affect your blood sugar levels and interact with diabetes medications designed to reduce blood sugar. Salmon oil might also contain environmental toxins, such as was discussed in a study published in the "Journal of Automated Methods and Management in Chemistry" in 2005. Researchers studied the mercury levels of several dietary supplements and found that salmon oil had the highest mercury content. Talk to your physician about whether you need to take salmon oil, and ask your doctor to recommend a safe supplement and an appropriate dosage. Only take high doses of fish oil while under medical supervision.

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