SEA BUCKTHORN, MAIN SOURCE OF OMEGA 7

Omega 7 remains a great unknown to many. We hear only about omega 3, 6 and 9, but what about Omega 7? It is important to know about it, as great and important properties have been discovered, even more important than, the always referred to, Omega 3.

It is known by the name of palmitoleic acid, a fatty acid that contains, among others, more Vitamin C than oranges. This oil is extracted from the berries of the sea buckthorn, used in China since the 8th century.

Sea buckthorn

It is a tall shrub and its fruit or berries are high in Omega 7.

Thanks to sea buckthorn people obtain a natural and effective treatment for dermal pathologies and/or skin alterations. This plant works as a regenerator of the skin, also enhancing the protective effect. So, it can be said that sea buckthorn is a very good nutrient, which at the same time acts as a tonic making our skin look perfect.

Other properties of sea buckthorn:

  • High in Vitamin C
  • Rich in Vitamin A, E, B1 and K
  • Contains iron
  • Contains Potassium
  • Antioxidant, combating cellular anti-aging

Thanks to these properties we will find improvements in cardiovascular health, cholesterol, circulatory and immune system, even acts as a good anti-cellulite.

Why is it important to consume it?

Omega 7 is attributed, first of all, to different benefits for our skin, either for healthy skin or for skin with conditions where it acts as an analgesic.

It is important to keep in mind this nutrient as it will favor our health by acting as prevention of any inconvenience to our body, such as being a protector of environmental stressors that can cause negative reactions. Solar radiation is another external example that can harm us dangerously and where the Omega 7 acts as protector of the skin.

Other important benefits of Omega 7:

  • It favors the detoxification of the liver, being therefore recommended in patients with cirrhosis.
  • Anti-inflammatory effect (eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis)
  • Stimulates collagen production
  • Allied against Obesity
  • Beneficial for dry eyes.

Omega 7 can be obtained through supplements (almost all containing sea buckthorn) and also through food such as avocado, olive oil and macadamia nuts.

If you are looking for a product rich in omega 7 for moisturizing the skin and mucous membranes, Oliovita is your formula.

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