The Triple Whammy Cure endlessly extols the virtues of fish oil to ramp up your production of feel-good serotonin. Many readers know that fish oil also protects against heart disease, but are unsure exactly how or why.
The answer is that fish oil opens up your blood vessels and improves circulation.
To prove this, researchers gave a group of people either fish oil capsules or placebos (look-alike fakes) and had them start exercising. Then they measured how well blood was flowing through their arteries.
I’ll bet you can guess the result without reading further. In both groups, as expected, exercise increased circulation through muscles. But among those taking fish oil regularly, the circulation–measured as how wide the vessels opened up–was significantly higher.
Conclusion: exercise is good for your circulation, but exercise and regular fish oil supplementation is even better. I recommend you take at least one gram (1,000 mg)–and ideally two grams–per day. You can find fish oil at most pharmacies or by clicking here.