Most Indian food is incomplete without an oil ‘tadka’.
Sadly, most of the edible oil available in the market are of questionable quality thanks to lax food security laws. And this is contributing to a potential health crisis: Omega 3 deficiency.
Fish is a great source of Omega 3 for non-vegetarians and flax seeds for vegetarians. Lately, a team of researchers discovered that the increase in heart diseases and hypertension was related to an imbalance in Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids in our bodies.
What was causing it? The edible oil we consume.
The vegan source of high Omega 3
Both Omega 3 and 6 has to be in 1:1 ratio. But the edible oils favor Omega 6, which explains the imbalance. This is what made the team come out with Omega Alive, a 100% flaxseed food-grade oil.
Edible oil technologist, Kshitij Bhardwaj, along with Prof. Narsingh Verma, during their research, linked the growing number of heart diseases and hypertension to an imbalance in Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids in the body, due to the oils we consume.
Both are in the physiology department of King George’s Medical University, Lucknow. This led them to come out with their Omega Alive range of oil products: a perfect blend of omega 3, 6, and 9.
Made with 100% flax seeds, vegetarians and vegans needn’t worry about Omega intake anymore.
Omega Alive has a perfectly balanced ratio of both Omegas: 3, 6, and 9.
Their magical powers include preventing heart diseases and hypertension, correcting the hormonal imbalance, and also in managing diabetes and malnutrition in kids. The raw materials sourced directly from the farmers are grown under strict quality control.
The Omega Alive oil comes in three types: Blended Flax oil is good for cooking purpose, Pure Flax oil has dietary fibers and Massage oil. Omega alive massage is beneficial to skin and muscle-related problems.
Omega alive cooking oil cost Rs. 249 (350 ml) in North India
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