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Cod liver Oil

Cod liver Oil  is the essential oil extracted from the livers of Atlantic 

cod (Gadus morhua). The oil is commonly taken as a dietary 

supplement. It is one of the best sources of omega 3 fatty acids 

(EPA and DHA) and contains relatively high amounts of vitamin A 

and vitamin D. Cod liver oil is thought to help relieve joint stiffness 

associated with arthritis, have a positive effect on cardiovascular 

health, and help repair wounded teeth, nails, hair, and skin.

DHA

DHA omega-3 is naturally found throughout the body and is most abundant in the brain, eyes and heart. Just as calcium 

is essential for building strong bones, DHA ensures that the cells in the brain, eyes, heart and other parts of the nervous 

system develop and function properly through all stages of life. DHA is a structural fat, making up approximately 30% of 

the structural fats in the gray matter of the brain and 97% of the total omega-3s in the brain.

Linseed oil

Linseed oil, also known as flaxseed oil, is made from the seeds of 

the flax plant. The oil contains substances which promote good 

health. Linseed and linseed oil are rich in alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), 

an essential fatty acid that appears to be beneficial for heart disease. 

ALA belongs to a group of substances called omega-3 fatty acids. 

Linseed oil can lower cholesterol, thereby significantly reducing the r

isk of heart disease. Taking linseed oil may also protect against 

angina (chest pain) and high blood pressure. 

Arachidonic acid oil

Arachidonic acid oil (ARA) is the primary fatty acid responsible for inflammation in muscle tissue. This 20-carbon omega-6 

fatty acid resides in the cell membranes of our muscles, known as the sarcolemma. Based on the most recent study, it 

appears that 1.5 g of ARA per day is effective for improving performance and body composition.

Whey protein powder

Whey protein is considered a complete protein and contains all 9 

essential amino acids and is low in lactose content. People commonly 

use it as supplementation, alongside resistance exercise, to help 

improve muscle protein synthesis and promote the growth of 

lean tissue mass.

Lactoferrin

Lactoferrin is a protein found in cow milk and human milk. Lactoferrin helps regulate the absorption of iron in the intestine and delivery of iron to the cells.It also seems to protect against bacterial infection, possibly by preventing the growth of bacteria by depriving them of essential nutrients or by killing bacteria by destroying their cell walls. The lactoferrin contained in mother’s milk is credited with helping to protect breast-fed infants against bacterial infections.

L-carnitine

L-carnitine shuttles fatty acids from the blood into the mitochondria 

so that they can be used as energy. If you want to use fat as a 

fuel as efficiently and effectively as possible, you need l-carnitine. 

L-carnitine also helps to improve endurance by inhibiting the 

build-up of lactic acid, one of the primary causes of fatigue. 

L-carnitine has been shown to reduce the accumulation of 

metabolic wastes during exercise, helping increase workload output 

uring exercise and enhancing recovery post-exercise.