There seems to be a growing trend in the worldwide use of fish oil due to the awareness of all the health benefits it provides. Sales are up over 8% now that the public is catching on to the safety and efficacy of using fish oil capsules all because studies have made omega-3 almost a household word lately. And fish oil is the best source of it.
And for those with heart failure, where the heart is unable to pump enough blood, a recent trial proved that taking fish oil supplements produced a significant increase in the ability to increase blood flow and provide oxygen to needed parts of the body.
In another recent study British and American researchers found that using both omega-3 supplements and multivitamins at the same time produces an even better outcome on heart health, due to the synergistic effect.
Navigating the Omega-3 Market – Natural Products INSIDER
In the natural channel, fish oil sales increased by 8.1 percent over the 52-week period ending June 9, 2012, according to SPINS. Fish oil products are growing thanks to a number of scientific studies pointing to their effectiveness in reducing health risks such as heart disease, cancer and vision loss, according to Euromonitor International. Both fish oil and omega-3, -6 and -9 supplement sales reached all-time highs in 2011. Euromonitor reports from 2011 to 2016, global retail value sales for the combined categories of fish oils and omega supplements are expected to increase by 5 percent annually to $3.9 billion.
Fish oil helps chronic heart failure – study – Food Consumer
In addition to heart failure, fish oil benefits also include helping prevent or treat high cholesterol, depression, anxiety, AHDH, low immunity, cancer, diabetes, chronic inflammation, arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, AIDS, Alzheimer’s disease, eye disorders, age-related macular degeneration, and ulcers. It also helps in weight loss, pregnancy, fertility, and skincare, particularly for psoriasis and acne.