30% Off Omega 3 Fish Oil When Bundled With Turmeric Curcumin by Ballena Nelle

30% Off Omega 3 Fish Oil When Bundled With Turmeric Curcumin by Ballena Nelle

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Ballene Nelle, a health supplement company, has introduced a 30% discount on its omega 3 fish oil when purchased with its boosted natural pain relief turmeric curcumin supplement.

April 2, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

According to Ballena Nelle spokesperson Tess McKay, these two supplements are very complimentary and have excellent health benefits for people as they age.

“Turmeric curcumin and omega 3 essential fatty acids have stronger anti-inflammatory properties than any other supplement. But in addition, they each have their own unique health benefits which we feel are very complimentary for people interested in a healthier and improved quality of life.”

Turmeric curcumin is one of the most widely studied botanical compounds and has long been used in traditional Indian Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine. In the west, it has been researched for its natural pain relief and joint nourishment properties, its potential benefits in cancer prevention and for its support and strengthening of the immune system. More recently, researchers have become excited for its potential in supporting brain health and in preventing and treating Alzheimer’s disease.

Omega 3 essential fatty acids have also been thoroughly studied and clinical trials have determined they may help prevent cardiovascular disease. In 2004 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration endorsed a statement that supportive but not conclusive research shows that consumption of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.

Fish oil supplements are widely recommended by doctors and health care providers because the typical North American diet does not include sufficient omega 3. According to pojections based on research conducted by the Global Organization for EPA and DHA (GOED) Americans will spend $34 billion dollars on fish oil supplements in 2014.

Ballena Nelle decided to offer a bundled discount for their turmeric and omega 3 supplements because a growing segment of their customer base is looking for the benefits both offer.

Said McKay: “Many of our customers are already users of our premium fish oil supplement. But more and more of them are also starting to take turmeric curcumin. This discount is directed at those customers that are considering both.”

The company’s turmeric curcumin supplement contains two additional natural anti-inflammatories, white willow bark and boswellia. The blend was designed to deliver all the health benefits of a pure curcumin and provide real and lasting natural pain relief as an alternative to prescription medications.

All Ballena Nelle products are based on recommendations from a naturopathic advisory board, and are produced in the U.S. in USDA inspected facilities. For more information, please visit www.ballenanelle.com

Contact Info:
Name: Tess McKay
Email: orders@ballenanelle.com
Phone: 1-855-697-4535
Organization: Ballena Nelle

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