DHA Responds to Inflammation by Activating Anti-Inflammatory Genes

Tuesday, May 04, 2010
By: Byron J. Richards,
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DHA Docosahexaenoic acid Essential omega 3 fatty acid integral to the health of all cell membranes, nerve and brain function. Must be gotten through the diet via cold water oceanic fish or some very limited plant sources or taken as a supplement., the most important omega 3 fatty acid, is associated with significantly less inflammation as well as a variety of other major health benefits.  New research has uncovered for the first time a new way in which DHA Docosahexaenoic acid Essential omega 3 fatty acid integral to the health of all cell membranes, nerve and brain function. Must be gotten through the diet via cold water oceanic fish or some very limited plant sources or taken as a supplement. works its anti-inflammatory magic1.  The data shows that immune system macrophages, once inflamed, automatically start producing molecular by-products from DHA Docosahexaenoic acid Essential omega 3 fatty acid integral to the health of all cell membranes, nerve and brain function. Must be gotten through the diet via cold water oceanic fish or some very limited plant sources or taken as a supplement., leading to molecules that go directly into cells and boost up antioxidant and anti-inflammatory gene function. 

DHA Docosahexaenoic acid Essential omega 3 fatty acid integral to the health of all cell membranes, nerve and brain function. Must be gotten through the diet via cold water oceanic fish or some very limited plant sources or taken as a supplement. has many functions associated with health.  This study shows a type of intelligence relating to how your body uses nutrients.  It means that DHA Docosahexaenoic acid Essential omega 3 fatty acid integral to the health of all cell membranes, nerve and brain function. Must be gotten through the diet via cold water oceanic fish or some very limited plant sources or taken as a supplement. wouldn’t just impose anti-inflammatory function where none is needed.  Instead, macrophages that are always the first cells to activate during inflammation, including inflammation within your white adipose tissue that is central to disease risk, use DHA Docosahexaenoic acid Essential omega 3 fatty acid integral to the health of all cell membranes, nerve and brain function. Must be gotten through the diet via cold water oceanic fish or some very limited plant sources or taken as a supplement. to produce a simultaneous anti-inflammatory effect, thus buffering their own inflammation activity that is often required for proper function.  This gives a new insight into how your body simultaneously performs inflammatory activity while also helping to regulate the degree of inflammation.

It was found that DHA Docosahexaenoic acid Essential omega 3 fatty acid integral to the health of all cell membranes, nerve and brain function. Must be gotten through the diet via cold water oceanic fish or some very limited plant sources or taken as a supplement. could turn of iNOS Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase. This enzyme influences genes located in the neuro-immune and cardiovascular system and provides immune defense against pathogens and contributes to disease progression including neurogenic inflammation (iNOS2). (inducible nitric oxide), a highly inflammatory signal that induces circulatory distress and high blood pressure.  iNOS Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase. This enzyme influences genes located in the neuro-immune and cardiovascular system and provides immune defense against pathogens and contributes to disease progression including neurogenic inflammation (iNOS2). causes significant free radical generation, thus showing new insights into how DHA Docosahexaenoic acid Essential omega 3 fatty acid integral to the health of all cell membranes, nerve and brain function. Must be gotten through the diet via cold water oceanic fish or some very limited plant sources or taken as a supplement. functions as a gene regulating antioxidant.


Referenced Studies:
  1. ^ A newly Discovered Way Omega 3 Fatty Acids Reduce Inflammation  Nature Chemical Biology  1.Alison L Groeger, Chiara Cipollina, Marsha P Cole, Steven R Woodcock, Gustavo Bonacci, Tanja K Rudolph, Volker Rudolph, Bruce A Freeman & Francisco J Schopfer.

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