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Salmon OMEGA -3 oil from northern Norway is completely unrefined omega-3 from fresh arctic salmon with maximum health benefits. The oil is picked up within 75 minutes after the salmon is slaughtered. In this way, the oil does not rancid, but is completely fresh. The oil is further processed so that all active substances are retained.

Fish makes up an important part of a heart-healthy diet, thanks in part to its beneficial oil content. If you're having a difficult time fitting enough fish into your diet, taking a fish oil supplement such as salmon oil, can help you reap some of the benefits of fish. Salmon oil serves as an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, because each tablespoon contains 1.8 grams of the omega-3 fatty acid EPA, or eicosapentaenoic acid and 2.5 grams of DHA, or docosahexaenoic acid -- and these fats are responsible for many of its health benefits.

Cardiovascular Benefits
The omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon oil benefit your cardiovascular health. They help combat inflammation by suppressing the activity of a pro-inflammatory gene, called NFkB. This promotes cardiovascular health, because inflammation increases the risk of heart disease. Consuming DHA and EPA also lower your blood triglyceride levels, fighting high triglycerides that contribute to cardiovascular disease, and also promote healthy blood vessel function and lower blood pressure. Overall, this means consuming more of the omega-3s found in salmon oil lowers your risk of heart attack and coronary heart disease.

Benefits From Omega-3s
Because of their role in inflammation, omega-3s help control the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, notes the University of Maryland Medical Center. The DHA in salmon oil also makes up part of your brain cell membranes, and maintaining healthy DHA levels might affect brain cell communication. 

No Risk of Vitamin A Toxicity
Salmon oil offers a safe alternative to some other fish oils, such as cod liver oil, because it doesn't contain vitamin A. Cod liver oil is very high in vitamin A, and each tablespoon contains more than the maximum safe daily vitamin A intake. As a result, relying on cod liver oil as a daily source of omega-3 fatty acids can cause accidental vitamin A toxicity -- a condition that negatively affects your skin, causes joint pain and can even put you into a coma. Because salmon oil does not contain vitamin A, you can take it daily without risking a vitamin A overdose.