[Efficacy of Omega 3] If you are worried about an excessive immune response, check the efficacy of Omega 3!

Healthy immunity without overdose, take care of it with 'this'

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Omega-3 Benefits
1. Maintain immune system health
2. Alleviation of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases
3. Prevention of inflammatory diseases
As the daily temperature difference spreads around 10 degrees, the changing season, when immunity tends to drop, has begun. It's not just because it's springtime, I think a lot of people are paying attention to their immunity these days.
A healthy immune system means there is no deficiency or excess of the immune response. The immune system is a complex mechanism that regulates the body's response to external threats and internal disorders.  If the immune response is lacking, it loses resistance to external antigens, and when excessive, it causes chronic inflammatory responses, leading to tissue damage and loss of bodily functions. may lead to
Today, I would like to introduce a component that normalizes the immune system function by performing an anti-inflammatory function in the body,  and relieves the chronic inflammatory response caused by immune system hypersensitivity.  This ingredient is the omega-3 you may be familiar with. 
1. Maintain immune system health
After a study was published that Greenland natives, who consume enough omega-3, have lower cholesterol levels and a lower risk of heart disease despite not eating a lot of vegetables,  academics have been thinking about how supplementation of omega-3 can provide the body. Research on its benefits continues. Among them, the effect of omega-3 in preventing autoimmune diseases has been continuously reported.

In January 2002, Isr Med Assoc J published a meta-study that comprehensively reviewed existing papers on omega-3. This study  evaluates the function of omega-3s in the prevention of autoimmune diseases caused by overreaction .
" Continued consumption of omega-3 fatty acids can be thought to contribute to the reduction of the incidence of inflammation and autoimmune diseases by suppressing any autoreactive (or hyperreactive) T cells. (omitted) Preventing the risk of autoimmune diseases The use of omega-3 fatty acids may be recommended for
References: Ergas D, Eilat E, Mendlovic S, Sthoeger ZM (2002) “n-3 fatty acids and the immune system in autoimmunity” Isr Med Assoc J., 4(1), 34-38.
2. Alleviation of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases
As reports suggest that omega-3 supplementation contributes to the prevention of  autoimmune diseases, studies have continued to assess whether the level of omega-3's anti-inflammatory effect also functions in autoimmune diseases and the severe inflammatory diseases that result from  them.

In December 2002, J Am Coll Nutr published the results of a meta-study reviewing animal and clinical intervention studies of omega-3s. This paper evaluates the function of omega-3s for symptom relief of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases of varying severity .  
" A number of clinical trials have observed the benefits of omega-3 dietary supplementation in several inflammatory and autoimmune diseases in humans, including rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, psoriasis, lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis, and migraine. Chronic Inflammation A number of placebo-controlled trials of fish oil in disease have reported significant benefits, including reduced disease symptoms and reduced use of anti-inflammatory drugs. ”
Reference paper: Simopoulos AP (2002) "Omega-3 fatty acids in inflammation and autoimmune diseases." J Am Coll Nutr. 21(6), 495-505.
3. Prevention of inflammatory diseases
As revealed in the previous study,  the anti-inflammatory mechanism of omega-3 is caused by the mechanism of suppressing the hyperimmune response . Accordingly  , a study was conducted on whether the anti-inflammatory effect of omega-3 can be maintained even for inflammation that is not caused by an over-immune reaction  .

In 2014, PLOS ONE published a study that performed a comprehensive comprehensive analysis of clinical studies of omega-3 from 1950 to 2013. This  study elucidates the anti-inflammatory mechanism of omega-3 in more detail and evaluates its function .
" Our study showed that supplementation of marine-derived n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) against CRP (C-reactive protein), IL-6 (interleukin-6) and TNF-α (tumor necrosis factor α) in healthy subjects. Considering the significant lowering effect, it suggests that it can effectively prevent inflammation-related chronic diseases.The anti-inflammatory effect is the most effective in non-obese patients, and in conclusion, marine-derived n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation is effective for fasting blood TNF-α. , has a marked lowering effect on IL-6 and CRP. ”
References: Li K, Huang T, Zheng J, Wu K, Li D (2014), Effect of marine-derived n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on C-reactive protein, interleukin 6 and tumor necrosis factor α: a meta-analysis ., PLOS ONE, 9(2), e88103.

Here's a brief overview of the functions of omega-3 that have been verified by academia.

 

I hope you have a healthy day in body and mind. More than that, it was Jinny.