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Aliol Vegan Omega 3

Let me introduce the latest addition to Rejuvenated Ltd’s range of super hero supplements. The brains behind “Collagen Shots”  have now formulated a Vegan Omega 3 supplement called Aliol. Basically the fish feed on a type of Algae and this is what makes them so Omega rich, taking Aliol means that you are getting the benefits without eating the fish, and could possibly be more potent. I have been taking for over a week and can say that I feel much more alert.

Aliol is a Powerhouse Omega 3 from Algae Oil

I can’t stress the importance of taking an Omega supplement. Our body cannot create Omega 3 and it is vital for so many physiological processes. Each Aliol capsule contains a whopping 500 mg of DHA (Docosahexaenioic Acid) Omega 3 fatty acid. This is much more than my current Zita West supplements I am taking so if your thinking of Fertility Omega supplements, then consider Aliol.

DHA gives amazing health benefits for brain and heart health. Brain tissue contains a high concentration of DHA which indicates that it is much needed for cognitive health. Omega 3 is thought to have benefits for your heart and blood pressure, especially the ability to reduce high cholesterol. If you have struggled with Fish oils in the past then Aliol is definitely for you. No fishy burps of aftertaste and easy to digest without bloating.

The Skin Benefits of Omega 3

I always start my clients who are suffering from Acne, Rosacea or Eczema on a good dose of Omega fatty acids. They are incredibly anti-inflammatory and will get to work at the cellular level of the skin. Here are some of the benefits:

  1. Enhance the natural barrier of the skin by making ceramides and epidermal lipids
  2. Increase hydration and smoothness of the skin – excellent for dry/sensitive skin
  3. Anti-inflammatory – natural painkillers and helps inflammatory skin conditions like Acne and Rosacea
  4. Improves the skin’s immunity

Aliol is £24.95 for 60 capsules from Rejuvenated Ltd

Aliol Omega 3

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