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Why taking pure marine supplements is a good idea

A healthy blend of pure marine supplements fuels the body
A healthy blend of pure marine supplements fuels the body
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In a day and age where everyone wants to remain healthy, it’s difficult to determine what supplements can be combined. While asking a healthcare provider for advice is always recommended, the general rule of thumb is that whole marine supplements can very well be blended together just as long as seafood allergies don’t exist.

For example, whole food marine supplements would contain just one ingredient, like wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Oil.

“Some marine supplement companies, such as ours, offer a lineup of pure supplements which can be blended together,” said the spokesperson for Nutrilys Del Mar in San Diego. “Our Alkylglycerols from shark liver oil, Premium Oyster Powder, and Wild Alaskan Sockeye Oil are synergistic and keep our bodies in perfect harmony.”

Yes, they can be taken separately, but combining them together in a daily diet offers optimal results.

“You can relate this concept to eating a healthy diet for every meal – it’s the same idea,” she said.

Below is an example provided by Nutrilys Del Mar for a special ocean blend of pure supplements:

Alkylglycerols
Increases energy levels and stamina
Boosts immune system
Detoxifies the body
Increases resistance to cold temperatures both on land and in water
Promotes healthy heart and brain tissue

Premium Oyster Powder
Rich in natural zinc
Helps with fatigue
Enhances low libido
Helps with prostate challenges
Promotes healthy skin, hair and nails

Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Oil
Rich in omegas 3, 5, 6, 7, and 9
Healthy dose of vitamins A, D3, and the powerful antioxidant, Astaxanthin
Supports cardiovascular and brain health
Strengthens skin, hair, and nails
Improves joint health
Helps reduce inflammation
Promotes healthy fetal development
Helps maintain eyesight

“These supplements can be taken together because nature intended it to be that way,” she said.