We all want to feel good, stay fit, look good, and ultimately BE HEALTHY!! At the same time however, health-related problems are increasing - why is this?
Why, with such advances in medical science, is life expectancy in certain parts of our modern world now shorter? Scary! There are many theories which suggest that we used to eat foods from mother nature which were rich in vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and micro nutrients, beta glucans, fibres, healthy fats as well as a good balance of omega-6 and omega-3. In today’s world, we eat man-made, often over-processed foods, which are naturally lower in nutrition density, fiber and healthy fats, while being higher in sugar, and an imbalance between omega-6 and omega-3.
By having an over-processed diet and a lack of quality produce, we are in danger of having low levels of omega-3 and high levels of omega-6. This imbalance can potentially lead to a pro-inflammatory state of health rather than anti-inflammatory.
So what does an imbalance of Omegas do to our bodies?
What potential effects does this have on our general health? As described, the imbalance of omegas determines our cells ability to function. This includes our brain function, hair quality, heart function, skin elasticity, internal organs, as well as joints and muscles. To achieve healthy cell membranes, research suggests we need a 3:1 ratio balance between omega-6 and omega-3.
So how can we reliably tell if we are imbalanced?
Through the revolutionary, test-based nutrition programme developed by ZinZino, we are able to determine through a simple finger prick blood sample what our omega ratio is.
If you are found to be out of balance, which the majority of us are, we can provide you with a quality omega balance oil that will help to restore your omega ratio to where it should be.
Who performs the blood test?
The tests are analysed by our independent laboratory partner VITAS Analytical Services who are the Official
partners of: Harvard University, US, University of Cambridge, UK, Kings
College London, UK, Max Plank Institute, Berlin, DE, Universityof
Oxford, UK, Massachusetts General Hospital, US, University of Oslo, NO