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Cytoplan Flaxseed Oil Review
Cytoplan Flaxseed Oil Review

PUBLISHED: 10/29/2012 by BR Publishing
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Cytoplan Flaxseed Oil is advertised as a dietary source of the Omega-3 essential fatty acid Alpha-linolenic acid, Omega-6 essential fatty acid Linoleic Acid and Omega-9 fatty acid Oleic Acid. According to the manufacturing company Cytoplan, the formula is obtained through cold-pressing, which means that the oil is unprocessed and that the fatty acids content remains unharmed in the extraction. Cytoplan was founded in 1990 in the United Kingdom and is dedicated to manufacturing dietary supplements which meet the needs of both practitioners and their patients. The company’s current product portfolio includes a variety of vitamins, amino-acids, and herbal formulations.

Although no specific ailment claims are mentioned for Cytoplan Flaxseed Oil, research so far indicates that the essential fatty acids in flaxseed oil may support a large number of essential structures and organs including the immune system, brain function, mental performance and the cardiovascular system.

The manufacturer claims the formula is suitable for children, men, women and elderly alike. Cytoplan Flaxseed Oil is also suited for vegetarians and vegans.

Cytoplan Flaxseed Oil Ingredients

Cytoplan Flaxseed Oil includes the following ingredients: Palmitic Acid, Stearic Acid, Oleic Acid, Linoleic Acid, Alpha Linolenic Acid, and other fatty acids.

Product Features

Cytoplan Flaxseed Oil is a blend of Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9 fatty acids extracted from flaxseed oil. According to the manufacturer, the formula is free from yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, starch, lactose, added colorings, sweeteners and preservatives. Additionally, the product has received the organic status, meaning it is free from pesticides and herbicides. Flaxseed oil contains on average 91% unsaturated fats, or “good fats” as they are called. From these, approximately 58% are Omega-3 fatty acids, 14% Omega-6 fatty acids and 19% Omega-9. Flaxseed oil is also contains Vitamin E and Beta Carotene, powerful antioxidants which work to prevent free radical and oxidative stress damage.

The Omega-3 fatty acid commonly found in flaxseed oils is called Alpha-Linoleic Acid (ALA). The other two essential Omega-3’s EPA and DHA are commonly found and extracted from fish. Alpha-Linoleic acid is converted in the body into these two fatty acids, EPA and DHA. This is important for people who do not eat fish (including vegetarians, vegans, etc.) which need to take all the EPA and DHA their body needs from ALA. EPA and DHA are extremely important to the well functioning of the nervous system, the immune system, the cardiovascular system, energy production, eyes, etc.

Many of ALA’s benefits are currently under investigation. Evidence so far indicates it may be beneficial in relieving certain anxiety diseases such as social anxiety. Low levels of Omega 3 have been found in patients suffering from anxiety and depression. ALA is also believed to help with relieving migraine headaches, depression symptoms, and alleviating certain ADHD symptoms. Omega-3 may interact with blood thinning medication and rarely lead to vomiting, diarrhea and headaches.

Omega-6 fatty acid Linoleic Acid is converted into Gamma-Linoleic Acid (GLA) in the body. Some studies have shown it to reduce symptoms of diabetic neuropathy, a painful conditions affecting the nerves of patients with diabetes. Also, there are studies which indicate GLA may assist with ADHD symptoms in children, although evidence is inconclusive. Other potential medical benefits include Premenstrual Syndrome prevention and treatment, high blood pressure, osteoporosis and eczema. Omega-6 is recommended with caution to people with a history of seizures.

The recommended daily dosage of Cytoplan Flaxseed Oil is 1-2 tablespoons daily. The manufacturer recommends caution for patients with a liver deficiency or on antithrombotic drugs (such as Warfarin or Heparin). Reviews are limited in number. There are no reviews available online.

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Advantages

  • Organic oil, free of pesticides and herbicides
  • No yeast, gluten, starch, soy and other common allergens
  • No colorings, flavorings or artificial sweeteners
  • Easy to administrate liquid formulation
  • Relatively small price (approx $11 for a month’s supply)
  • The benefits of Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9 are extensively researched
  • Refund is available, however the manufacturer has to be contacted for details

Disadvantages

  • No consumer reviews available online
  • No free trial available
  • The daily recommended values for Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9 have not been established
  • Potential side effects and drug interactions associated to Omega-3, Omega-6, and Omega-9 ingestion

Conclusion

Flaxseed oil is one of the richest vegetable sources of Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9 fatty acids, hence the large number of products which feature it as a core ingredients. Cytoplan Flaxseed Oil comes with some strong advertising claims which differentiate it from other products: the oil is cold pressed, maintaining its nutrients; the formula is organic, hence free of pesticides and herbicides and is also free of most common allergens and artificial ingredients.

Although there are no consumer reviews posted online, Cytoplan Flaxseed Oil is very likely to achieve its advertised goals. Still, there may be some side effects associated and potential drug interactions you should be informed of before starting treatment. We recommend you either talk to a physician about it or further research the product to avoid unwanted effects.

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