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EmuOilDepot.com Quarterly News - 2008 

Your Emu Oil News For 4th Quarter 2008:
"About The Omega Fatty Acids In Emu Oil"

Essential Fatty Acids:

Emu Oil can be used for the "whole person."  Its basis and benefits are derived
from Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs).  EFA's are involved with producing life energy in our bodies from food substances, and moving that energy throughout our systems.

They govern growth, vitality, and mental state.  They hook up oxygen, electron
transport, and energy in the process of oxidation.  Oxidation, the central and most important moment-to-moment living process in our body, is the burning of  food to produce the energy required for life processes.

Emu Oil contains both Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids:

Omega-3 fatty acids are good for the heart. The omega-3 oils increase the
concentrations of good cholesterol (high density lipoproteins, HDL) while decreasing the concentrations of bad cholesterol (triglycerides). In addition, eating omega-3-rich food will result in a moderate decrease in total cholesterol level.

Omega-6, or Linoleic acid,  is a colorless to straw-colored, liquid, polyunsaturated fatty acid. Linoleic and another fatty acid, gamma-linolenic, or gamolenic, produce prostaglandins. Prostaglandins are substances that are found in every cell, are needed for the body's overall health maintenance, and must be replenished constantly.

Linoleic acid is an essential fatty acid, which means that the body cannot produce it, so it must be obtained in the diet.

Linoleic acid is an important fatty acid, especially for the growth and development of infants. Fatty acids help to maintain the health of cell membranes, improve nutrient use, and establish and control cellular metabolism. They also provide the raw materials that help in the control of blood pressure, blood clotting, inflammation, body temperature, and other body functions. Fatty acids are consumed in the greatest quantities in fat.

Although many people are encouraged to consume less fat in their diets, fat is still an important component of a healthy body. Fat stores the body's extra calories, helps insulate the body, and protects body tissues. Fats are also an important energy source during exercise, when the body depends on its calories after using up available carbohydrates.

Fat helps in the absorption, and transport through the bloodstream, of the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K.

Ingesting Emu Oil provides these EFA's which are also important to oxygen transfer, hemoglobin production, and control of nutrients through cell membranes. They markedly shorten recovery time from fatigue.  Emu Oil can play a part in almost every function of our body.

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"Emu Oil For Pain Management "


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