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Can omega 3 fight the Big C?

MANILA, Philippines - Many research findings say yes. One study published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology concluded that breast cancer was reduced by 32 percent among 35,000 middle-aged women who took regular fish oil supplement for six years. Recent studies also suggest that EPA can help reduce the number of polyps that precede bowel cancer, and can help protect men against advanced prostate cancer.

These benefits can only come from a high quality fish oil, like Cenovis Fish Oil, which is manufactured in the most state-of-the-art refineries in Norway and marketed in the local market by Sanofi-Aventis Philippines Inc.

Cenovis Fish Oil has such a high level of purity that it is completely odorless and tasteless. You won’t have to get turned off by the fishy aftertaste of lower-quality fish oils anymore.

Being an all-natural fish oil supplement, Cenovis only extracts its oils from small fish varieties like tuna, sardines, and anchovies. These fishes have the highest concentration of omega-3 DHA and EPA in their bodies due to much feeding in rich micro-algae in the ocean. Having short life spans, open water small fishes also do not accumulate mercury and other harmful toxins the way larger fishes do. Plus they are harvested only in the cleanest Peruvian waters to further ensure purity and safety.

Each soft gel capsule of Cenovis Fish Oil is individually packed for freshness and contains 1,000 mg. of omega 3. The US Food and Drug Administration has placed fish oil under GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) classification. Get Cenovis Fish Oil in packs of either six or 60 capsules. It is priced at just less than P10 per capsule to make it affordable to more Filipinos. An Australian brand, Cenovis is available in all leading drug stores nationwide.

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