Great story and info. Thanks for posting it.
If I had a brain injury, plenty of fish oil (or better still in my opinion, krill oil) would be something I would want to be given. Another would be plenty of curcumin, which is a great natural anti-inflammatory. Often the deadliest part of brain injuries and brain tumors is swelling, due to the brain being located in a confined cavity with little room for expansion.
Thanks for your thoughtful and civil reply. I think what you may be missing is that there is any number of studies which indicate that healthy consumption of omega-3 fatty acids is actually protective of cell membranes. And, again, krill oil contains one of the best antioxidants on the planet. Thus far, I have been unable to find a single study or even a single scholarly article which indicates that krill oil causes oxidative damage or is unhealthy is any way (with the exception of individuals who are allergic to shellfish).
Yes, my family and I are taking krill oil which is rich in omega-3. At first, i'm searching for the best omega-3 supplement then when i watched this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lj-ZnG3NoZY, i learned that krill oil is better that fish oil in terms of omega-3 contents.
Are you aware of omega-3? As i am searching for great antioxidant lately, i found this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lj-ZnG3NoZY which tackles all about omega-3 and krill oil. Looking forward to try this krill oil supplements that are rich in omega-3.
I have to agree with what mewmewkittenz said regarding korean red ginseng. I must admit that taking korean ginseng is a bit expensive but they have a world of benefits. If you are looking to purchase some korean ginseng, here is a site in which you can purchase Korean Red Ginseng. Good luck.
I found krill oil, 600 1000mg tablets, for $39.99.
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