Evening of Primrose Oil for Skin, Hair, Nail, & Joint Health
70% of adults and 95% of children in the United States do not consume enough essential fats, and it's impacting every aspect of their health, starting with hormonal insufficiency. This leads to excessive hunger and cravings, moodiness, memory and focus issues, skin issues, hair loss, dry eyes, joint stiffness, arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, aches, pains (including nerve damage), and heart issues.
Women and girls' EFA deficiency can exacerbate PMS moodiness and discomfort, and cause more frequent hot flashes and night sweats, in addition to fatigue.
Men can experience low testosterone, low sperm counts, stiff, achy joints, and impaired muscle recovery.
The problem is obvious; we can't depend on diet to supply our body's needs, especially when it comes to essential fatty acids. Most store-bought essential fatty acids/omegas either don't contain enough of the essential fats or are so old by the time they reach the shelves that they are worthless. Even worse, they can be loaded with heavy metals, and toxins that don't work that can make you sick and block the weight loss process.
INTRODUCING LynFit Nutrition’s plant-powered Pure Evening of Primrose Oil. It's the only vegan omega that provides your body with the critical essential fatty acids (particularly gamma-linolenic acid - GLA) from pure evening primrose seed. It's clinically dosed and proven to work, supporting women's health without slowing weight loss or blocking the fat-burning process.
Just like vitamins and minerals, there are specific fatty acids that are essential to our health, yet our body cannot produce them on its own (essential fatty acids). Therefore, they must be obtained through your diet, or for best weight loss and fat-burning results, through nutritional supplementation.
Evening of Primrose has been used for centuries in America and is still very popular throughout Europe to support women's, men's, and children’s health for a wide range of physiological functions due to its high levels of GLA (gamma-linoleic acid), which function as precursors for prostaglandin synthesis. This plays a significant role in inflammation and pain. GLA keeps them balanced, relieving pain naturally with direct action on nerve endings, preventing the overstimulation of nerves.
LynFit Nutrition’s Evening of Primrose Oil provides the proper amount of gamma-linolenic acid essential fatty acid in a concentrated and most absorbable liposomal soft gel form that's been cold-pressed and produced without using solvents or additives. Your body gets what it needs without slowing weight loss or blocking the fat-burning process.
Liposomal softgels allow more of the purified oil to enter your bloodstream, allowing more of the essential fat to be absorbed by your body, without stomach upset or gastric distress. It also means you don't need to take as much, which would interfere with weight loss and could block the fat-burning process. Bottom line … you can take less because your body will absorb more.
WHO SHOULD TAKE IT?
EVERYONE... including your husband and kids!
Evening of Primrose Oil is commonly recommended as a natural anti-inflammatory for those who prefer a vegan source of EFA’s or are allergic to fish oils, have skin problems, joint issues, digestive upsets (like colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, SIBO, GERD/acid reflux). Due to its high absorption rate, it won't cause fish burps or an upset stomach.
It can be taken by itself as an essential fatty acid nutritional supplement or with our Pure Omega 3, which we suggest for maximum benefits.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
- Reduces pain and inflammation (arthritis, psoriatic, bursitis, tendonitis, sinusitis, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel)
- Improves muscle and joint health
- Alleviates aches, pains, and morning stiffness
- Headache relief and prevention
- Balances hormones (including cortisol)
- Improves mood (including PMS)
- Reduces hot flashes and night sweats
- Improves skin tone and health
- Alleviates itchy, dry skin
- Reduces cholesterol
- Brain health
- Short term memory loss
- Menopausal support/weight loss
- Improves nail health
- Prevents hair loss/promotes hair regrowth and health
- Improves/protects gut health
- Immune protection
- Alleviates dry eye
- Antioxidant protection
- Slows aging process
- Improves circulation
- Heals and protects nerve receptors
- Improves sleep quality
- Improves calcium retention in bones
- Prevents and relieves dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis
- Stops breast and period pain
- Prevents EFA deficiency from weight loss, workouts, and stress
LynFIt Nutrition's Evening of Primrose Oil brings the extra strength essential fatty acids your body needs, helping you feel good from the inside out.
Our pure Evening of Primrose Oil, like most essential fatty acids, is prone to oxidation. That's why we preserved the integrity of the oils by packaging them in a liquid-filled liposomal soft gel to protect against the damaging effects of oxidation, preserving its effects on potency. This makes our softgels the perfect way to protect and enjoy the benefits of the delicate oils. Potency + Purity = MAXIMUM BENEFITS!
What's In It?
How to Take It
Suggested Use: Take (1) one Evening of Primrose Oil before bed.
General: Take one to two (1-2) softgels daily or as directed by a physician, with or without food.
As with any dietary supplement, this product is most effective when taken in conjunction with a healthy high protein diet and active lifestyle.
For maximum benefits, we suggest increasing dosage to:
- 1,000 mg daily as a beauty supplement
- 2,000 mg daily for severe PMS, menopausal symptoms, or inflammation
Stack with Daily Repair Liquid Collagen and Daily Power Shot liquid multivitamin and mineral.
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