Too Good But True: Seal Oil
If there was an FDA-approved type of milk that delivered 10 times more benefits to your child, including a special Omega-3 fatty acid only found in mammalian mothers' breast milk, would you use it?
Oh, and one more thing -- this nectar of the gods also has a much better taste and smell that makes your kid go gaga.
Unfortunately, there is no super-milk but there is a super-oil for your cat or dog. I'm talking about the benefits of seal oil versus fish oil. It's not even in the same league. Key points in a nutshell:
1) Seal oil is mammalian, so your pet absorbs all its nutrients at a rate of 10 times more than fish oil. Simply stated, it puts those precious nutrients to work!
2) Balanced: Seal oil has a healthy balance between the two types of cholesterol with a smaller proportion of LDL cholesterol. This ratio is ideal for the health of your heart and circulatory system and is proven to reduce the risk of thrombosis (blood clots).
Fish oil, however, has higher levels of LDL cholesterol, which increases the risk of thrombosis.
3) Seal Oil contains DPA, a link in the Omega-3 structure. The only other source of this "Super Hero" molecule is mother's breast milk.
4) Seal oil is wild, harvested from the pristine icy waters of the North Atlantic. By comparison, approximately 70% of salmon (the most popular fish oil) is farmed in overcrowded sea pens, a breeding ground for sea lice.
Fish farms use chemicals – pesticides, and antibiotics – to counter high rates of disease and parasites among overcrowded salmon.
What more is there to say, seal oil IS THAT GOOD. Act now to protect your cat or dog with seal oil.