100% natural Husse Laxolja is produced from fresh salmon in Norway.
Energy: 3750 kj/ 890 Kcal for 100g.
LAXOLJA IS A UNIQUE PREMIUM QUALITY OF FISH OIL
All production is online: meaning there is no storage of raw material. The lead time from live fish to finished, produced oil is one hour. Raw material is produced under ISO standards and gives the salmon oil full traceability. Preservatives are not used during the production or bottling of the salmon oil and there are no technical nor chemical cleaning processes that could affect product quality or function. The salmon oil is a chemical and additive free product. It only contains fresh salmon oil. Our unique access to high quality raw material makes this possible. When salmon filets are made, the oil is extracted immediately from the rest of the fish meat in the same factory. The result is pure salmon oil with a unique premium quality regarding composition, taste, and smell. Due to a high content of astaxantin, the oil has an orange color and has a very strong antioxidant activity. No fatty acid supplement can be better than the quality at production time. Chemical analysis shows that this oil composition and quality is the best possible and very stable over time. The smell is like fresh salmon, and the oil is very palatable. The oil quality is premium both for human and pet consumption. The pure oil is an excellent food supplement, and an optimal omega 3 ingredient. Because of the very high quality at best production time and the high content of natural antioxidants, the product is one of the best sources for omega-3 fatty acids available.
THE EFFECT OF N- 3 FATTY ACIDS
The two most important n-3 fatty acids are (EPA) Eicosapentaenic acid and (DHA) Docosahexaenoic acid. These fatty acids are of vital importance for optimal development, maintenance and function of a lot of tissues and organs, especially: cell membranes, the brain, the skin, skin coat, kidneys, blood vessel walls, immune system, precursor for hormones and signal substances, e.g. eicosanoids, Eyes (retina).
N-3 FATTY ACIDS AND DISEASE
There are also a lot of different physiological and pathological conditions that increases the requirement of n-3 fatty acids in order to have an optimal modulation of the metabolism intake. For example: infections, trauma, wound healing, stress metabolism (a result of a lot of different conditions and diseases), postoperative stress, cancer, kidney disease (immune mediated glomerulonephritis), skin disease, allergy, immune diseases and stress, heart disease, blood diseases, age related disease etc.