Omega Oil Complex



The right kind of fats are essential to health. This oil complex will provide Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids Alpha-linolenic acid which is converted to EPA and DHA. It has had vitamins E and C added to it

Omega Oils are required to produce beneficial Prostaglandins E1 and E3 (Good eicosanoides)


  • These short lived hormones are produced directly in tissue as required
  • Play a role in controlling a number of metabolic processes
  • Controls the routing of nerve impulses through nerve paths.
  • Helps release of chemical messengers
  • Regulates and co-ordinates the functioning of the brain.
  • Controls and supports the immune system.
  • Activates T-lymphocytes and defence cells.
  • Reinforces the effect of insulin and metabolism of sugar
  • Helps with weight loss by stimulating burning of fat.
  • Controls the transport of calcium through out the body.
  • Stimulates the gastric mucus lining to protect from gastric juices
  • Acts as a vasodilator and lowers blood pressure.
  • Prevents the formation of blood clots and thins the blood..
  • Keeps coronary vessels open and clear of plaque.
  • Controls the activity of sex hormones.
  • Lessens the release of pro-inflammatory and tissue damaging arachidonic acid.
  • Improves the elasticity of skin and help prevent the formation of wrinkles.
  • Protects joints and helps prevent the release of tissue damaging substances

Metabolic Kickstart Smoothie

This recipe is the basis for all the other variations. It may be taken instead of breakfast providing for a slow and steady release of energy through till lunch time. We also recommend a topping of freshly ground cinnamon which helps modulate insulin levels along with a tablespoon of freshly ground flaxseeds. These must be ground daily to stop the oxidation of biologically sensitive oils.

This smoothie should be taken in the morning to stimulate acetylcholine (energy neurotransmitter) production

Half a cup of  yoghurt ( we use a full cream raw milk one)

1 banana

half a cup of mango pulp or pineapple and fruit pulp

1 dessert spoon of Omega Oil Complex

1 tsp of cottage cheese ( sulphur based protein )

3ml Gingko extract

½ tsp ascorbyl palmitate (oil soluble vitamin C)

Tsp spirulina which provides amino acids (protein load)

1 dessertspoon lecithin granules ( flushed and clears arteries and is a precursor to acetylcholine)

Blend with a stick blender



The more processed the food the less healthy it is for you. The longer the shelf life the worse it is for you.

Disclaimer: Information in this article is not to be used in place of professional medical advice and expertise. For diagnosis and treatment always see your health professional. We recommend that either a qualified herbalist or your animal professional carry out diagnosis and subsequent treatment. Herbal remedies must not be given nor be taken in conjunction with other medication without consulting a medical professional.

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