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Alpha Linolenic Acid
Definition

What does Alpha Linolenic Acid do for the body

Alpha Linolenic Acid is an omega 3 fatty acid. It is an organic compound obtained from vegetable oils. It is present in Flaxseed, Rapeseed ( Canola ), Walnut, Soya, Tofu and Pumpkin seeds. Alpha Linolenic Acid is identical to those omega 3 fatty acids that found in fish oil. It treats autoimmune diseases. It is beneficial in High Blood Pressure and increases the levels of good cholesterol. You may take it as supplements too.

Daily requirement of Alpha Linolenic Acid in the Body
1.5 gms/day

Benefits of Alpha Linolenic Acid
Treats Lupus
Reduces Stress
Prevents Stroke
Prevents Heart Attack
Prevent Breast Cancer
reduces Colon Disorders
Prevents Blood Clotting
Reduces Brain Inflammation
Gives relief in painful Menses
Helps in building the cell membranes
Beneficial in Cardiovascular Disorders
Effective for Asthma and improves the lung functions
Stops the cell replication in colon and prevent colon Cancer
Reduces the joint pains and improves the mobility in Arthritis

Deficiency of Alpha Linolenic Acid
Crohn’s disease
Irritable Bowel Disorder
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Alpha Linolenic Acid

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