Friday 13 December 2019

Praise for Paradox

It's long been recognised that fish oils are good for our health; however, there has always been an issue with storing them as they tend to go off when exposed to oxygen.

However, a Northern Ireland osteopath may just have discovered the answer to this problem. His product, Paradox Omega Oil, has been the subject of 18 months of intensive scrutiny by researchers at the University of Ulster who now have scientific proof that the idea behind Paradox, the brainchild of Dr Geoff Hayhurst, has helped solve the age-old problem of keeping omega fish oil fresh. The research revealed that Hayhurst's method of mixing fish oil and specific olive oils together delivered more health benefits for consumers than taking either product separately, and created a condition where the omega-3 fatty acids were preserved naturally. Fish oil is known for its health benefits, including a lesser risk of cardiovascular disease, type-2 diabetes, mood disorders and rheumatoid arthritis. Meanwhile, virgin olive oil intake leads to a declining risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, neurodegenerative disease and immune problems. Paradox Omega Oil is available in a 225ml size, in 60x1000mg capsules and there is also Paradox Omega Babies ( 105ml) for children aged six-months plus. Available from community pharmacies and health stores nationwide. See www. paradoxoil. com for more details.

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