Best Omega-3 Supplement to Prevent Inflammation and Reduce Anxiety Reviewed by BetterDigestion.org

A new report and video review from BetterDigestion.org reveals how ingredients in a specific omega-3 supplement reduce inflammation in the brain and body, lowering the risk of anxiety, weight gain, diabetes, joint pain and heart disease.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 01, 2014

A new report and video review from BetterDigestion.org titled Reducing Anxiety with Omega-3 Fatty Acids details how the ingredients in BioTRUST's OmegaKrill 5x omega-3 supplement prevent inflammation and reduce the symptoms associated with the condition, including joint pain, slowed metabolism, skin issues and mental focus issues, including anxiety.

People with high levels of anxiety often demonstrate a significant level of inflammation in the brain and throughout the body. Consuming omega-3 fatty acids, especially the combination of DHA and EPA found in OmegaKrill 5x decreases inflammation, lowering the associated risk of anxiety, diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and a number of other health conditions.

While millions of people suffer from anxiety on a daily basis, it continues to be one of the most difficult conditions to understand and treat. With an estimated 20% of Americans suffering from this condition, scientists and doctors continue to search for natural ways to reduce or eliminate the symptoms associated with anxiety.

Anxiety appears to be associated in part to inflammation in the brain. Inflammation can be naturally reduced by consuming omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids can actually cross the blood- brain barrier and aid in reducing brain inflammation potentially decreasing the risks associated with anxiety.

BioTRUST OmegaKrill 5x contains 3x more DHA than standard fish oil, and provides the equivalent of 2400 mg of DHA/EPA each day This is important as higher levels of DHA lead to the greatest health benefits, particularly with regard to heart health, brain health, anti-aging properties, and fat burning effects of omega-3 fatty acids.

According to Sarah Webster of BetterDigestion.org, “A high quality omega-3 supplement reduces inflammation and supports decreased levels of anxiety.”

The complete Reduce Anxiety with Omega-3 Fatty Acids article and video are available at http://betterdigestion.org/reduce-anxiety-omega-3/.

For a limited time, BetterDigestion.org is also sharing the 15 Foods That Damage Your Heart report for free. This new report shares the 15 worst foods that contribute to inflammation throughout the body. The complete 15 Foods That Damage Your Heart report is recommended for immediate download at http://betterdigestion.org/omega-3-reduce-inflammation/.

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BetterDigestion.org is a new website that was launched in March of 2013 in order to provide premier content for healthy digestion and overall health, specifically by controlling hormones and bacteria found naturally in the body. Recent topics have included Healthy Digestion for Women, Cheat Foods for Fat Loss, Good Bacteria for Food, Hormones for Weight Control, Fat Blasting Foods, Digestive Disorders: Probiotics for Gut Health, as well as several other highly informative articles to help people understand the connection between digestion and overall health.

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