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GLOSSARY
EPA (EICOSAPENTAENOIC ACID)

EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid)

 

How does it work?

EPA is an essential omega 3 fatty acid found in many tissues throughout the body.1 It can be obtained in the diet directly from fish and seafood, however can be converted from ALA (alpha linolenic acid), found in plant sources such as flaxseed and walnuts.2 Together with DHA, another omega 3 fatty acid, it has shown to be anti-inflammatory and also provides support for the brain such as improving cognitive function, memory and mood.3

What results can be expected?

EPA and DHA combined has shown to improve symptoms in cardiovascular disease such as reduce blood pressure and lipid profiles; improve symptoms and outcome experienced in those with depression, dementia, alzheimer’s disease, bipolar disorder and autism; and reduce inflammation in any inflammatory condition such as asthma, eczema, atopic dermatitis, arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and auto-immune disease.4

1Braun, L. &. (2010). Herbs and Natural Supplements (3rd ed.). Chatswood: Elsevier pp426.

2Braun, L. &. (2010). Herbs and Natural Supplements (3rd ed.). Chatswood: Elsevier pp426.

3Braun, L. &. (2010). Herbs and Natural Supplements (3rd ed.). Chatswood: Elsevier pp426-29.

4Braun, L. &. (2010). Herbs and Natural Supplements (3rd ed.). Chatswood: Elsevier pp426-39.