Omega 7 is a nutritional supplement that is produced using the berry and seed of the Sea buckthorn plant. This shrub, originating from the Himalayas, is rich in Omega 7 fatty acid, including palmitoleic acid and vaccenic acid. The vitamin A that is found in Omega 7 contributes to the maintenance of normal skin, vision and mucous membranes.
There are only a few plant species that are good sources of these essential PUFAs. In addition to the omega-7 PUFAs, sea buckthorn oil is a great source of the PUFAs alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3 type), linoleic acid (omega-6 type), and oleic acid (omega-9 type), as well as containing high levels of antioxidants (tocopherols, tocotrienols, carotenoids plant sterols and vitamin C).
This product has been specially formulated for menopause, with a high-quality sea buckthorn formula (SBA24) and is a particularly rich source of vitamin A.
Many people, women in particular, reach a stage in life where they “dry out”, literally. Their mucous membranes lose their ability to lubricate themselves and that can cause unpleasant symptoms such as dry eyes, skin and vaginal dryness. Such problems can easily impair quality of life. A lot of the symptoms are linked to menopause and the disruption of the body’s hormonal balance, which tends to affect the health and state of the mucous membranes. One of the vitamins that is particularly important for maintaining normal mucous membranes is vitamin A.
Sea buckthorn – one of nature’s richest sources of vitamin A
One of nature’s richest sources of vitamin A are the berries and seeds from sea buckthorn. With BioActive Omega 7 Pharma Nord, you provide your mucous membranes with generous amounts of vitamin A in a highly bioavailable formula that is extracted from both the berries and the seeds. This ensures the optimal nutrient profile.
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