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Cardia 7 Pleased to Announce its Cholesterol Reducing Purified Omega 7
Date:12/9/2013

CLEVELAND, Ohio, Dec. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Cardia 7 today announces its purified Omega-7 product, Cardia 7, is now available. The new product, which contains the Omega 7 Fatty Acid (or Palmitoleic Acid), is proving to have excellent cardiovascular and other health benefits, even over Omega 3. Clinical studies suggest that purified Omega 7 lowers triglycerides, bad cholesterol (LDL), and C-Reactive Protein (CRP) while increasing good cholesterol (HDL) and lipid profiles. It also decreases insulin resistance, weight, chronic and acute inflammation, and hepatic fat accumulation, without side effects.

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"We are seeing amazing benefits from this fatty acid. Research is proving that purified Omega-7 has even more substantial benefits over Omega 3. Just one softgel a day could reduce plaque in arteries, boost HDL, and improve insulin sensitivity and glucose metabolism," said Arnold Mausser, a representative from Cardia 7.

This essential fatty acid is found in plant and animal sources, especially in fish oil, and macadamia nuts. However, for positive benefits of Omega 7, palmitoleic acid (Omega 7) has to be purified from the saturated fatty acid, palmitic acid, which is always conjoined with palmitoleic acid (Omega 7) in its original source. Without a completely purified state, people could potentially experience negative health benefits from taking it. 

Cardia 7 is made with the most purified palmitoleic acid (Omega 7). It undergoes a 7-step purification process that expresses high levels of palmitoleic acid (C16:1n7) from fish oil while also removing the saturated fatty acid, palmitic acid (equivalent to
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