Lorna Vanderhaeghe GLA Skin oil
- Fatty acids are good fats for optimal health. Unfortunately the North American diet is made up predominantly of bad fats from red meats and processed foods. To make matters worse when an enzyme in the body is impaired we can't make the good fats GLA, EPA or DHA. We can overcome this problem by eating fish or fish oils that contain EPA and DHA but when it comes to GLA the only way to get this important fatty acid is to take it in a nutritional supplement.
GLA (gamma linolenic acid) is found in borage oil (20 to 24%) and to a lesser extent evening primrose oil (8 to 10%). GLA is not found in food in high enough quantities to maintain our needs through diet alone. What to expect from this product:
- Ensures beautiful, smooth, glowing skin
- Improves calcium retention in bones
- Treats eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis
- Stops breast and period pain
- Stops cradle cap and dermatitis in infants
- Can also be applied topically along with oral treatment
- Now available in capsules too!
- Each tsp. contains: 1.5 g of Polyunsaturates containing 1000mg Omega 6 (LA) and Omega 6 (GLA) 500mg. 2500 mg of Monounsaturated.
- Use uncooked only (on yogurt, shakes, salad or on a spoon). Do not heat. Keep refrigerated and consume within 8 weeks of opening. Take 1 tsp. daily or as directed by a health care practitioner. Keep out of reach of children.