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Seafood Is Smart Food Thanks To Omega Oils

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In thinking about a balanced diet that provides a high amount of health benefits, you must consider seafood as an important option.

Seafood, especially fish, contains high amounts of protein and polyunsaturated Omega-3 fatty acids. What makes omega-3 oils so important is that they’re required for a host of healthy functions within the body, but because we can’t produce them naturally we need to consume it.

According to the Harvard School of Public health, the benefits of consuming omega-3s include, but are not limited to:

  • Reduced chance of dying of heart disease
  • Development of the brain and nervous system infants
  • Reduced risk of stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and other chronic conditions

Recommended amounts vary, but the general consensus is that we should eat fatty fish 1-2 time a week. On average, this works out to roughly 4 grams of omega-3 fatty acids a day.

However, there is one major area of concern when considering a diet higher in fish. Fish, especially predatory fish like swordfish and tuna, can contain pollutants and toxins such as mercury, dioxins, and pesticides.

To mitigate the risks of pollutants when eating seafood, consider the following:

  • Avoid predatory fish and choose fish like sardines or cod
  • Check for any advisories when eating fish that is locally caught 
  • Supplement with products that guarantee to be freshly sourced and pollutant free. 

Even pregnant women and young children can, and should, enjoy the health benefits of omega-3s if they eat smartly. Using an omega-3 supplement like Max357 Arctic Cod Omega Blend can better provide the benefits without the risks.  Plus, it’s a great alternative if you aren’t a fan of seafood.


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Facts About Fat Nutrition You Should Know

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For some people it’s hard to believe that there are fats that are actually good for the body. There are people who are vigilantly aware of how fat affects them; there are those who aren’t; and there are all others everywhere and in between who know some fat facts. Whatever the case, a summary of fat can be a good reminder or lesson for all.

What follows is information about fat That We All not only should know, but also have a right to know. (Keep in mind that not all of the people of the world have the fortune, means, or privilege to know it).  And while thinking about fat in addition to all the ways there are and all the things to know to achieve good health (or better health) can be overwhelming, remember that feeling sick or being unwell are a degree of overwhelming much more difficult and well worth avoiding. 

That said, facts about the fat in our diets – the food we choose to eat and tend to choose – are important because they affect the quality of health we have. Fats – good and bad fats — are of particular importance because they both impact the big organs — the vital ones. Like the Heart. The Brain. The Nervous System. And the outcomes of their negative effects can be catastrophic, debilitating, and, of course, deadly.  And  our quality of health impacts how we feel. Anh How we feel is a continuum. As long as we’re alive, we’re subject to the state of our health. 

Foods with Fat: Nutritious or Not? 

The foods we eat can be or can have good fat or bad fat. Fats referred to as essential are the most important. The body breaks down the different fats we feed it into fatty acids. Fatty acids are the building blocks of fats (all types, good and bad, including the major nutrients known as lipids). 

There are fatty acids that the body can produce (or synthesize) on its own from fats or raw materials once digested. These are referred to as NON-ESSENTIAL. And there are fatty acids the body cannot produce on its

own. These are known as ESSENTIAL. If a fatty acid (or other nutrient) is essential, the body can only get it from food or nutritional supplements. So, some level of attention, thoughtfulness, or awareness needs to occur in order to provide our bodies with fats and fatty acids that are essential. 

Healthful or Harmful?

Additionally, the fat we give our body is one of four types:

  1. Saturated
  2. Trans
  3. Monounsaturated
  4. Polyunsaturated

These four types fall into one of two categories:

  1. Saturated
  2. Unsaturated

Saturated fats and trans fats: These are the two Bad fat types (in the Saturated category). But, they earned that status for good reason. Saturated fats are known to cause an increase in LDL cholesterol — bad cholesterol that can clog arteries. 

Unsaturated fats: These are the Good Fats. Research has shown that increasing the amount of select unsaturated fats we consume or take in can:

  1. Boost health
  2. Assist in defending against certain diseases 
  3. Even support (as research has shown) higher mental and physical performance.

Be Mindful: Fat Affects Vital Health

Fat feels like a four-letter word. When it comes to our health, here are a few general food and fat tips to live by:

  1. Trans Fats (a.k.a. Hydrogenated Oils): Avoid These Always. The US has banned their use for good reason. 
  2. Saturated Fats: Keep these to a maximum of 10% of your total Fat consumption. (They’re solid at room temperature so you can spot them most of the time.)
  3. Monounsaturated and Polyunsaturated: Think fish, olive oil (the Mediterranean diet shows fewer incidents of heart disease in these countries), avocados, and canola oil (when cooking). 
  4. Whenever possible – Choose Polyunsaturated Fats or request them as substitutes for any of the other 3 types of fats. They’re liquid at room temperature!

Keep your fat levels as healthy as possible. Look for more fat facts, nutritional replenishment information, and more on our LiveMax blog. 

Live to the Max!

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Why Are Omega Oils Important?

Omega Oils: Essential and Non-Essential Nutrients You Must Have

Fatty acids, also referred to as Omega oils, are the building blocks of fats. The body utilizes fatty acids in numerous ways to assist cellular function, metabolism regulation, cardiovascular and heart health, brain function, ` -and more. Fatty acids are vital health components the body relies on to function well. 

Fatty acids that are referred to (respectively) as Omegas 3, 5, and 7 are central to supporting multitudes of vital organ functions, organ and other body system routine maintenance, cellular health, cellular membrane activity, cell signaling, transport of biological chemicals across membranes, optimum skin, hair, and nail health, especially hydration, and support of additional processes and functions that contribute largely to overall total body wellness. 

The body must have sufficient levels of Omega 3, Omega 5. and Omega 7 in order to function at a healthy level and to perform the necessary organ and system functions at their best. There are fatty acids that the body can synthesize — or can make– from other fats or raw materials on its own. These are called non-essential fatty acids. And there are others the body cannot make for itself that must be obtained from food or supplements. These omegas are referred to as essential fatty acids.  Of the fatty acids, essential omegas are the most important. (Omega 3 is an essential fatty acid).

Good Fats, Bad Fats — Fat Facts You Should Know

It’s important to note that all fats are similar in their chemical structure. Each of the four types is a chain of carbon atoms. Their carbon atoms are bonded to hydrogen atoms. The differences between each fat are the number of hydrogen atoms connected to the carbon atoms, and the length and shape of their respective carbon chains.  The differences seem to be minimal. However, the slight variation in the chain and position of the carbon and hydrogen bonds and overall structure result in major differences in function and in form.  

There are four types of fat that the body breaks down into fatty acids, then utilizes in various ways necessary to keep the body functioning in a healthful way. 

They are:

  • Saturated fat
  • Monounsaturated fat
  • Polyunsaturated fat
  • Trans Fat

As a general rule, Saturated and Trans fats are thick or solid (think popcorn popped in heavy palm oil, shortening, and margarine) at room temperature. These are the two “bad” fats. Heavy intake can lead to high levels in the body. Too much bad fat is widely known to be unhealthy. Too much of either has been linked to heart disease, stroke, and other serious conditions. Strong supporting evidence shows that a diet with a high percentage of saturated fats and trans fat is more likely to result in cardiovascular diseases than those without and are cause for being mindful about personal health. Managing these bad fats by consuming them in moderation is shown to be less of a risk for various critical, even life-threatening, diseases.

Omegas 3 and 5 are polyunsaturated fats. Omega-7s are monounsaturated fats.  Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats are considered to be the “good”, healthy fats.These two types of fats are responsible for supporting multitudes of functions, processes, and more that the body relies on to maintain overall total body health and wellness.   

What Omegas 3, 5, and 7 Do For You

Omega 3s

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential. The body must get them through diet, supplements, or both. Omega-3 fatty acids help the trillions of cells in the body function optimally. Omega 3s are present in the body’s trillions upon trillions of cells. Cell membranes get their structure from omega 3s nutrients (those classified as lipids).  

Just to name a few…More of what Omega 3 Essentials Do

Omega-3 fatty acids:

  • Help the trillions of cells in the body function optimally 
  • Give cell membranes their structure.
  • Assist cellular membrane signaling 
  • Help regulate metabolism 
  • Aid cell membrane function and chemical transport or exchange

Research shows that omega 3 fatty acids promote the healthy function of nearly every vital organ and the systems they belong to; and they greatly affect heart health and overall total body wellness, including: 

Heartbeat regulation, Nerve, Brain, Eye, Skin, Hair, Metabolic Health, and other Cardiovascular function, and promote Immune system health.

Omega 5 

Rich in nutrients, Omega 5 fatty acids are non-essential omegas. The body makes its own.  These fatty acids support Glutathione and its accompanying antioxidant network. As an additional line of cellular defense, Omega 5 is a complementary defender to help boost cellular health and immune wellness, and to combat environmental invaders like pollution and toxins that make their way into the body from the industrial world around us. These invaders and other free radicals can damage and destroy cells. Too many damaged or destroyed cells results in illness, even death. 

More of What Omega 5s do

Omega 5s:

  • Help combat free radicals and oxidative stress. 
  • Are involved in multiple cellular functions and maintenance.
  • Assist cellular balance, or homeostasis. 
  • Help defend against heart disease
  • Promote optimum cellular health

Omega 7

Omega 7 fatty acids are the body’s anti-aging allies. They promote the hydration and health of the skin, hair, and nails. Deficiency of Omega 7 has been shown to result in ‘scratchy’, dry skin. Red, itchy rashes can also occur with inadequate levels of Omega 7.  Because they promote optimal hydration of skin and of cellular membranes and their routine processes, omega 7 fatty acids should be included in any regime aimed at maintaining an appearance reminiscent of youth. 

In addition to their role in managing hydration of skin and membranes, Omega 7 Fatty Acids:

  • Help to decrease risk of heart disease.
  • Are shown to affect inflammation response. 
  • Are involved in insulin management and sensitivity.

Nutritional Supplementation 

Deficiencies in Omegas 3, 5, and 7 are shown to diminish the healthy function of our most vital organs and systems. Multitudes of diseases and illnesses have been shown to be associated with inadequate levels of these crucial building blocks. For many people worldwide, it’s likely that nutrition and diet alone do not provide the levels necessary to maintain optimum health. 

Max357 is a formula of not just one of the mega omegas, but of three of the body’s most needed fatty acids. Our blend of 3, 5, and 7 omegas is uniquely formulated and responsibly sourced from the eco-friendly fish habitat of the pristine Norway coast waters. The manufacturing process from sea to supplement is completed efficiently, start to finish, within hours of procurement to preserve the exceptional quality, freshness, and integrity of the Cod oil omegas. 

Max357™ is the ultimate health and wellness supplement. When it comes to choosing premium-quality omegas, choose only the very best. Choose Max357 – Max’s value-rich,  exceptional blend of the world’s finest Omega oils. Max357 delivers the quality and product integrity Max is known for. 


Live to the Max. 

Max357: Premium Nutrition for the Vital Systems Your Life Depends On.

Experience exceptional Omegas.  Prioritize your best health. 

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Why Should I Take Omega Oils?

Omega Facts

Omega oils – also known as fatty acids – are absolutely necessary to the most vital functions carried out by organs and cells. Quality has been a major talking point as more supplements appear in the global marketplace. Max’s contribution to the conversation is our premium quality Omega product we call  Max357.

Max357 supplies three different kinds of essential fatty acids – Omega 3, Omega 5, and Omega 7 – providing great benefits that work even better together – sustainably and responsibly sourced, pleasant tasting, and quality and value of the highest integrity.

Why Omegas are Essential

Omega 3

  • Promotes healthy heart and vascular function.
  • Supports healthy metabolic breakdown of fat and cholesterol.
  • Helps sustain healthy function of brain, nerve, and eye cells.

Omega 5

  • Only known botanical source of the potent antioxidant punicic acid.
  • Antioxidant level that exceeds that of grape seed extract.
  • Positive effects on cell repair, digestion, and skin care.

Omega 7

  • Has benefits for heart health and insulin sensitivity.
  • Provides moisture replenishment for mucosal membranes.
  • Has anti-aging effects for skin, hair, and nails.

THREE types of Omega 3s

  • ALA – Provides benefits for cardiovascular and digestive systems. 
  • EPA  – Provides benefits for cardiovascular and cognitive health. 
  • DHA – Provides benefits for cardiovascular health, blood sugar levels, and vision.

Why Max357 is the Superior Choice

Superior bioavailability

  • Max 357 formula uses the superior triglyceride form of Omega oils.
  • Max 357 Omega oils have the same high bioavailability as whole, fresh fish.

Higher bioavailability means

  • More nutrients are absorbed into your body
  • Beneficial and effective omega nutritional replenishment
  • Better health benefits

Max357 – The Best Benefits from Sea to Supplement

The Best Benefits for the Planet
The production of Max357 meets the demand for effective supplementation with premium ingredients in the most sustainable and responsible ways possible.


  • Max357’s Omega 3 oil comes from Norwegian cod from the pristine Arctic Sea.
  • Norwegian cod is considered one of the best resources of pure Omega 3.
  • Norway’s cod stocks are rated the largest and most sustainable in the world.


  • The cod is harvested in an eco-friendly manner using modern techniques. 
  • Processing is started on the boat, maximizing the quality of the product. 
  • Harvesting is MSC Certified – the gold standard of sustainability.


  • Gel capsule quality is assured thanks to an automated servo-based system that allows for the strict process of 119 quality control tests. .
  • Minimal oxidation on the fish means less fish flavor for a more preferable taste as well as no fishy reflux for no “fish burps”.


  • Quality control is 99.9% effective, ensuring highest level of quality, freshness, and effectiveness.
  • Two-step automated scanning system ensures that all softgels meet or exceed the gold standard for U.S. and International compliance.
  • Processing the fish within just 6 hours ensures a minimum impact of time and temperature on the oil.

Omega oils are key nutrients for the body’s most vital organs and processes. Make the most of the one life you have and invest in Omegas from Max357 for mega immune and total body nutritional support.


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4 Tips For Better Mental Health

Let’s face it, our state of mind plays a big role in how our body feels. If we’re down emotionally, then we don’t feel so great mentally. We feel slow or sluggish and our low energy can be a sign of how our mental, emotional, and physical states affect our total wellness.

So, more and more we understand that good wellness is holistic – our mind affects our body just as the state of our body can affect our mind. In times of stress and difficulty, being able to foster a healthy mental state is vital towards keeping yourself healthy.

1.  A Healthy Body

Much of the advice we’ve offered about fostering a healthy body will also help to develop a healthy state of mind.  Getting at least 30 minutes of exercise keeps your body moving and helps to activate endorphins – which has a positive effect on your mood.  It also helps to tire your body out so you can sleep better. Capitalizing on that with good sleep habits (limited screen time, set sleep schedule) will have further benefits for your physical health.

Making that effort to stick to a balanced diet and supplement accordingly to maximize your physical health can be accomplished as follows:

  • Promote heart health with the Omega Oils of Max357
  • Replenish vital nutrients after a workout with Max N-Fuze
  • Fuel your long days with MaxATP
  • Support your Glutathione levels with Cellgevity or MaxONE to keep your immune levels strong

2. A Healthy Mind

If you feel that your mental state is stressed, then you can try to adopt coping habits.  If simple exercise isn’t working – try something more structured like yoga or Tai Chi.  Some people find solace in gardening! If you need to express yourself, write out and share your thoughts – even if it’s just in a personal journal. Something as simple as finding something funny to enjoy for a time (a favorite video clip, some shared memes) can change your frame of mind for the good. If you start to feel drained or unfocused, a shot of natural energy to replenish your fuel through MaxATP can help boost the body AND mind.

3. A Healthy Soul: Meditate For Your Mind

For something that connects a little deeper, set aside time to pray or meditate. You don’t have to belong to a specific religion to find benefits in spirituality. If you need help for making those deeper connections, ask for assistance with your family and friends.  You can also reach out through community resources like clubs, classes and support groups. You’ll find that performing even small acts of kindness can help to nurture positive emotions that can cancel out negative feelings.

4. A Healthy Self

We can find ourselves in a drudgery of routine, so while habits can keep us efficient and make us feel secure and safety; try to change things up every now and then. Take some time off for yourself and think about how you can foster self-care.  Take a moment to consider yourSELF in the same way you would reach out to a good friend or loved one. If you find that more and more you are struggling to feel happy or to cope, it could be a sign that you need time to find value within your own life.

Of course, if you can, contact your doctor or a mental health professional if you feel that you are really struggling with fostering good mental health.

Prioritize all of your health and be the best version of you your life deserves.


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The Big Benefits of Omega Oils

Omega Oils: Fatty Acids with Mega Benefits

Decades of research have proven how Omega Oils, also known as fatty acids, are an essential part of the human diet. They provide numerous positive benefits on body and brain performance. Essential to many of the body’s functions, Omega oils:

  • Promote healthy heart and vascular function 
  • Support healthy metabolic breakdown of fat and cholesterol 
  • Help sustain healthy function of brain, nerve and eye cells 
  • Provide Strong Antioxidant Benefits
  • Protect and Support the Digestive Tract
  • Assist the body in the regulation of blood sugar levels
  • Provide anti-aging benefits for skin, hair and nails

The Benefits Vital to Health and Wellness

Omega 3
Pure Norwegian Cod Oil (Omega – 3 DHA+EPA)

The king of Omega 3 oils, cod oil is famous worldwide for its positive effects on heart health, brain health, inflammation, and blood sugar. Our cod oil is sourced from Norwegian cod caught fresh in the icy arctic waters along Norway’s coast.

The oil is processed within only a few hours, ensuring limited oxidation of the oil – maintaining its potency and keeping a mild flavor.  This source of Omega three is not only powerful, it is eco-friendly and sustainable.

Omega 5
Pomegranate Seed Oil (Omega 5)

The best source of punicic acid, an Omega-5 conjugated fatty acid, pomegranate seed oil has a strong antioxidant effect. Studies suggest it is uniquely suited to protect the digestive tract.

Omega 7
Pollock Fish Oil Omega 7 (Palmitoleic Acid)

Palmitoleic Acid (Omega-7) has been studied for its potential benefit towards many important health applications including heart health, insulin sensitivity, moisture replenishment of mucosal membranes, and anti-aging benefits for skin, hair and nails. Our oil is sourced from fresh Pollock and guarantees the same freshness and sustainability as our cod oil.

Max357 is to be used as a daily supplement to replace important Omega fatty acids that we are now receiving less than we need because modern diets are often high in saturated fats, sugars, and preservatives.

Our proprietary 3-5-7 blend offers a host of health benefits that support and complement each other in providing your body essential resources it requires to function as well as it should. Uniquely formulated and freshly sourced from sea to supplement, Max357 is the total package when it comes to providing the many important health benefits of Omega oils. Max357.

Max357 has proven to be another exceptional product exclusively available from Max. From sea to supplement, processed on-site at the source — made from cod straight from the pristine waters of the Norwegian coast — Max357 delivers the highest quality nutrients that good health prefers and nothing of what it doesn’t.

Omega Oils 3, 5, and 7 are essential to health and wellness. Max357 is the exceptional formula to consider for optimum heart, brain, skin function and anti-aging properties. For Heart Health. For Focus. For Life.


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How to Improve Heart Health

Good Heart Health
No other muscle in the body works out like the heart does – by beating around 100,000 times a day it pumps around 2,000 gallons of blood every day.  This vital process not only provides fresh oxygen and nutrients to organs and tissues, it carries waste products away for removal.

For such an important part of our body, there’s actually some very simple ways to keep it performing at its best. Here are five tips to keep you on the path to good heart health.

Plan to eat smartly – Fiber is your heart’s best friend, so you’ll want to prioritize fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.  If you’re cutting down on carbohydrates, make sure the carbs you eat are from whole grains and you’ll be doing your vascular system a big favor.  Similarly, when you cook with oil use monounsaturated fats like olive and canola oil to promote good cholesterol.

Go with the good oil – one of the best diets for good heart health is the Mediterranean diet.  Prioritizing baked fish along with high amounts of cereals, nuts, fruits and olive oil, multiple studies have shown great benefits for reducing heart disease.  Prioritize the consumption of omega-3 fatty acids through diet or supplementation to promote good heart health.

Find simple ways to be active – we give advice on getting exercise at home – check out these smart at-home exercise tips A little can go a long way towards giving you a longer, healthier lifestyle. We’re not asking a lot! Just 30 minutes of moderate activity on almost every day will do wonders for your heart. Exercise from home or take care of chores like yard work and cleaning the house to more leisurely activities like cycling and swimming. Even just taking a brisk walk will be enough!

Regulate your vices – While recent studies show no major issues with moderate consumption of alcohol, regular consumption (or even worse, heavy drinking) causes a host of problems, including high blood pressure, stroke, and cardiomyopathy (heart disease).  Smoking causes even more problems, and it’s HIGHLY recommended you find ways to quit as soon as possible.  Moderate your drinking as best as possible and look for assistance with friends and family if you want to quit smoking.

Consult your doctor – everyone’s heart is different and some of us struggle with hereditary issues like high blood pressure or arrhythmia. Stay on top of your yearly checkups to make sure your heart is running smoothly.  Your health care professional can identify any potential problems and will provide advice on how to handle them before they become serious. 

Glutathione and Omega oils are vital to heart health, overall wellness, and immune health. The benefits they provide effectively support and improve cellular functions for the better. Max’s Cellgevity™ and Max357 are just two of Max’s premium formulas and products well worth choosing to create a happier and healthier life.