I have been taking 1g of fish oil for over 20 years (this year algae oil). I have ADD and both these oils measurably improve my concentration, mood, anxiety, impulsiveness, knee pain, menstrual symptoms, skin and sleep. No other supplement has given the promised benefits that fish oil has. I hadn’t read a whole book cover to cover until I started taking fish oil in my 20’s, and I am unable to get through a paragraph within 10 days of going off the oil. Study or no study, I can’t function without the stuff. Too bad it seems to be causing me exercise induced chest pain in my 40’s despite excellent fitness. I don’t like hearing that omega 3 sources are either rancid or toxic but I would rather risk shortening my life span with toxicity (the entire food chain is toxic at this point) than stress about concentration related errors at work, impulse related errors in relationships and finances, limited exercise due to knee pain, poor sleep, older looking skin, many good books gone unread, not to mention killer cramps. The reason I’m impulsively and randomly blurting this expression out there is because I have tried to go off the oil for just about a week and once again I am sorely reminded I can’t live without that oil. If I was taking it, I would have had a second thought about impulsively babbling like this and stopped myself from sending it. Now I’m late, another thing the oil helps with.
The power of visualization has taught me a lot about how to be successful and also helped me to focus on what I need to do to accomplish my tasks. I have found that my success in the business world is due to the fact that I follow the careers of those who are more successful than myself. I have been following the career of Mark Hurd for the last few years now, since he has taken over at Oracle. I have also been impressed with his leadership and ability to turn a company around. I have closely following his statements at OpenWorld 2016 and I am excited for what he has in store and I am looking forward to the direction that Oracle is heading in the next few years.
Serrapeptase – is an enzyme derived from the silkworm that appears to be one of the most potent and effective of all the anti-inflammatory enzymes. In high enough doses, serrapeptase is capable of dissolving atherosclerotic plaque. It can also dissolve a cancer cell’s protective coat, thereby making virtually any chemotherapeutic remedy more effective. Many people use serrapeptase to dissolve excessive mucus so it’s highly effective in alleviating chronic bronchitis and sinusitis, conditions which usually trigger steroid prescriptions from doctors.