Another just released paper (http://www.thelancet.com/journals/landia/article/PIIS2213-8587(17)30307-8/fulltext#) shows that Omega-6 is indeed more important than Omega-3 when it comes to type 2 diabetes. The paper is based on studies accumulated over a 40 year period with blood samples from 39,740 adults followed over a cumulative 366,073
years. It is by far the most definitive paper on how lipids influence type 2 diabetes. So the verdict is in.
Those with the highest levels of Linoleic Acid (the plant-based Omega-6 in Pure Form Omega) have a 35% less chance of having diabetes. No correlation was found with cholesterol or arachidonic acid.
I think the issue is settled, with this paper confirming on a population basis what was already proved on the biochemistry bench by the Danish researchers just 3 weeks ago (). I don’t think there is any doubt as to the effects of Pure Form Omega on type 2 diabetes. I would encourage anyone with diabetes try the product and see what happens to your blood sugars and medication usage. It will surprise you.
Pure Form Omega is made up of organically derived oils, cold-pressed under a blanket of nitrogen with a bubble of nitrogen in each capsule, so no antioxidants or preservatives are required. It passed minimum standards for purity by Health Canada by over 3000%. It has been clinically proven to improve blood flow in the IOWA Study Results and improve wound healing and is the subject of the largest wound care study ever attempted at MD Anderson, the largest cancer center in the world in Houston. It is the optimum ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 and most people will notice a difference, with proper dosing, within 2 weeks.
Dr. Jeff Matheson, MDCM
Dr. Jeff Matheson obtained an HBSc (Biochem) degree from University of Western Ontario, followed by a his MDCM Degree (doctor of medicine, teacher of surgery) from McGill University in 1991. He was a full-time Emergency Room physician for 15 years, Medical Director of Med-Emerg Inc from 1998-2013, Founder of CPM Medical Clinics (pain management) which became the largest provider of pain management in Canada 2005 to present, setting standards to which all clinics must be certified by the College of Physicians and Surgeons Ontario. He has trained over 70 physicians in the practice of pain management, established the Headache, Migraine and Pain Treatment Centre in Ajax Oct 2013- a new, non-narcotic approach to pain management using neuroplasticity principles. Jeff is one of the founders of Pure Life Science Corp.