The Super Fish Oil that Beats all Others [Fish eggs?]

The Super Fish Oil that Beats all Others [Fish eggs?]

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so I have some bad news there’s something that fish oil supplement companies don’t want to tell you and that’s the fact that there are different kinds of omega-3s and one particular kind of omega-3 cannot absolutely cannot be found in a typical fish oil supplement so I want to talk about different tiers of omega-3s because there’s so much misinformation out there people think that they can just eat a bunch of flax seeds and a bunch of walnuts and get an abundance of omega-3s and then it’s gonna have an effect within their body so what I’ve done in this video is I’ve categorized omega-3s into three different tiers okay Tier one is going to talk about the quantity how much omega-3 you’re gonna get tier two is going to talk about sort of the quality or the type and then Tier three is going to talk about specific delivery systems for those omega-3 so they can actually do what they’re supposed to do within the body so we’re not just getting led astray by typical marketing that’s out there okay so I do want to make sure you hit that little red subscribe button and then hit that little bell icon so that way you’re never missing out on the videos that I post up you’re always seeing fresh blazing new content I also want you to check out thrive market after you watch this video so thrive market has some pretty unique products they’re an online grocery store but one of the things that I really like the most about them is they have some of the highest quality sources of wild-caught canned fish so while we’re talking about this video they’ve got just all the relevant stuff so I’ve been able to create keto boxes and fasting boxes specifically through thrive market so please check them out after you watch this video you can get things that Thomas de Lauer recommends in a simple grocery box all right first off let’s talk about tier 1 this is going to be the foods that have a lot of omega-3s okay so we’re looking at like flaxseed it’s like so much omega-3 when they cut Chia tons of omega-3 walnuts but cons you’re like I could eat tons of these and have a great omega-3 profile okay unfortunately they have something known as alpha linoleic acid which technically is an omega-3 and by far flaxseed is like 60% omega-3 so we would think that it’s a ton of omegas and it is but it’s the form that’s not really usable in the body well it is to some degree you see alpha linoleic acid has to go through a conversion process in the body only about five to ten percent of Omega furries from ala end up getting converted into a useable Equis a pentanoic EPA form and less than 1% get converted into the highly desirable doukas a hexanoic DHA form so what this means is we’d have to eat so much just to get our actual allotment that we need that we’d end up spilling over in calories and end up gaining a bunch of weight anyway so we’re talking flax we’re talking Chia walnuts and yes even eggs okay so plant and land sources of omega-3s are simply not good they’re inferior to marine sources I shouldn’t say they’re not good they’re actually still great they’re just inferior to a Marine you’re gonna have eat a lot of them it doesn’t mean that you should avoid them you should still definitely get them in it’s better than eating high omega-6s okay now let’s talk about tier 2 for a minute tier 2 is the different types okay so we’ve got EPA which is the abbreviation for Equis of pentanoic and then we have DHA which is the abbreviation for dhoka so hexanoic oh okay EPA is good for modulating bodily inflammation okay combating cytokines in the body reduce in blood triglycerides and therefore helping out just our overall blood lipid profiles helping cholesterol helping inflammation throughout the course of our body okay so EPA is great but it’s not nearly as high of demand as DHA is DHA is what comprises most of the fat in our brain okay DHA is what triggers a lesson to risk of Alzheimer’s dementia even Parkinson’s all kinds of neurological disorders but it’s also what makes you feel sharp and crisp and function really well okay so DHA is what we want and DHA has its own specific pathways of getting into the brain okay now DHA modulates inflammation within the brain so if you have brain fog if you’re feeling cruddy DHA is the way to go and a lot of people take expensive fish oil supplements which again are great because they are going to get you the DHA but we’re gonna talk about why they can kind of be debunked when we talk about tier 3 in just a second so EPA DHA then down to the bottom of the spectrum ala from land sources now let’s talk about transport for a second because this is something people never talk about they leave it right there with EPA and DHA there are multiple forms of how DHA gets into the body different delivery systems we have what’s called free DHA this is just the plain old free-floating fatty acid DHA it’s floating around and can do its thing then we have something known as lyso DHA which has DHA that is bound to what is called phosphatidylcholine very complicated word it just means that it’s bound to something specifically so it has the ability to ride on a different transport vehicle let me put it like this DHA in its free form when we consume it what’s happening is it’s coming into the body and it goes to the brain and it hits what’s called the blood-brain barrier which is what sort of envelops the brain and protects it and it crosses through the blood-brain barrier via something known as passive diffusion passive diffusion is basically a almost like a gradient it’s like a pressurized system that creates two opposing pressures that allows DHA to sort of get sucked into the brain this is great and it allows for some absorption but what happens if we have a lot of brain inflammation that’s making the junctions and the blood-brain barrier close up okay that means less DHA can get into the body or into the brain what about people that have specific genetic defects because they exist if you know that you have the apoe4 allele then you know that you have a genetic defect that makes it so that the blood-brain barrier has a tighter Junction this means that DHA can’t get into the brain the point is is that you can eat as much DHA as you want in a free DHA form but you’re at the mercy of inflammatory markers within the body you’re at the mercy of a lot of other things hey this is where the DHA that’s bound to a fossils little choline is going to help out a lot more because it hops on a specific transporter it’s called the MS FD – a transporter and it’s basically a free ticket through the blood-brain barrier for DHA now lyso DHA is something that you’re normally gonna find in krill you’re gonna find it in high abundance in fish roe okay so if you like fish eggs not everyone does you’re gonna get a lot of it we’re talking like 35 40 percent lie so DHA coming from fish roe so caviar if you like masago on your sushi it’s definitely the way to go krill oil supplements might have a little bit of lyso DHA but usually it’s so refined and that ends up getting damaged in the phosphate Alcoa bond ends up getting damaged so by and large you really can only get DHA in its actual lyso form from eating actual fish okay you can’t really get it from a supplement that doesn’t mean that you’re totally out of but it means that eating sardines eating mackerel anchovies salmon herring that’s gonna be the way to actually get the lie so DHA so even like eating a can of sardines 1.5 percent of the DHA is still gonna be in a lie so form okay whereas if you were to eat fish roe for example 30 to 40 percent is gonna be in a lie so form so you definitely are missing out by not eating the type of foods that are rich in it but you’re a hundred percent missing out if you’re going for a fish oil supplement which by the way once again I’m not anti fish oil supplements I take them myself okay but I take them for the free DHA levels knowing full well that I’m only getting the lyso DHA from the actual fish sources so if it’s just a matter of just trying to get past the texture a little bit or maybe you just don’t like the taste you may want to strongly strongly strongly consider finding some form of fatty fish that you do like because it’s one of the only ways that you can truly help prevent some of this cognitive decline so let me give you a study that makes some sense of this too so the archives of Neurology published a study took a look at elderly patients 899 of them over the course of 9.1 years okay they found that these elderly patients the ones that were in the upper quartile of lyso DHA consumption meaning they were at the uppermost percentage of people that consumed life so DHA they had a 47% less risk of dementia compared to everyone else in the bottom other quartiles so just by consuming more of the DHA that gets used in the phosphatidylcholine bond form we ended up having significantly less risk of cognitive decline and dementia Alzheimer’s so let me give you a quick recap on what you might want to consider consuming for each category okay so Tier one the land sources okay we’re gonna have flax seeds 60 percent omega-3s we’re gonna have Chia about 50 we’re gonna have walnuts we’re gonna have pecans okay those are probably the top plant sources then we get into eggs okay eggs do have some omega threes and if you opt for the eggs that have the higher omega-3 content then that’s gonna be really good they’re ones that are fed foods that are higher omega-3 so always look for that label it does help significantly they’re chickens that are fed things like flax and stuff like that then we get into the poultries then we get into the grass-fed grass-finished meats the grass-fed grass-finished beef are gonna be the ones that are higher DHA content as well so even though there is some ala it goes into the body and remember it goes through the fermentation and conversion process in the animal’s body so the cow ate the grass the grass had some omega-3s and the cow’s body converted it into a usable form so the high fat cuts of meat from red meat are going to be probably the best land sources of omega 3 then we move into the marine sources for tier 2 ok so the larger the fish the higher amount of EPA – DHA so we usually want smaller fish okay we want anchovies we want sardines we want mackerel things like that high amounts of the Omega threes ok then we go into the lyso form we need the form that is with its skin with its bone in the whole form ok you also want to be consuming the fish roe whenever we can we also want to be taking a little bit of krill oil if we’re gonna take it in a supplement form okay so there’s the quick recap as far as foods go as always make sure you keep it locked in here in my channel I’ll see you in the next video [Music] you 

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The Super Fish Oil that Beats all Others [Fish eggs?] – Thomas DeLauer

In this video, I’ve categorized omega-3s into three different sections, or “tiers,” if you will. The first category covers the quantity, or how much omega-3 you’re going to get from certain sources. In category two, we’ll cover the quality of various sources of omega-3s. Then, last but not least, category three covers the specific delivery systems for the various sources of omega-3s, and which one is the most superior. It’s a lot of information in a quick video! Enjoy and I’ll catch you in the comments and in the next video!

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