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ALGAE OIL OMEGA-3 CULTURE

by Scott Doughman, PhD

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ALGAE OIL OMEGA-3 CULTURE

First of all, consider me a full CSO and Regulatory QA/QC officer in operations and a CEO of Purity. For 5 years I have been seeking the holy grail of algae oil omega-3s and have emerged as Dr "DHA" Doughman. 

Everything comes down to one single concept here. Do YOU have the love it takes? Could YOU take a 99% pure DHA triglyceride oil and make something with it? I made DHAlicous(TM) and started researching how to develop this product for many different uses, now working on recipes. About half of product innovation is sparked by my customer's needs. You could also establish a ...founDHAtion...(TM) starting from our two ingredient DHA algae oil (DHA Chromista oil plus green tea antioxidants). 

It is my mission as PURE ONE(R) brand manager to make all our messages resonate with Peace and Love, all for the consumer and in the name of infants, families, the Public Health and Diabetes self-care programs. You are the PURE ONE(R) 

Also, we have made many PURE ONE(R) babies over the years. I call the babies born to mothers and families taking it... PURE ONE(R) babies http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pure-One-Omega-3/162198434028

What to Buy Now!? Mother Nature. Ever wonder what food consumers worldwide really want? Natural purity. Good news, you are in luck. PURE ONE® uses the original water extraction technique to give 99% natural triglycerides for the purest DHA oil on the planet. 

Now we can assure the mother of our water extraction process and absolute purity. The analysis we did shows it exceeds all fish oil or other algae oil purity standards in the world.You can really save your life, live longer healthy and enjoy life, including foods and drinks all along the way. 

Can you win on purity? Is it superior? Well, if you don't think so you will end up loving another, have less peace of mind, less comfortable living conditions, loss of wireless, fear and pain. No, really! 

Maybe we should cap and trade purity, like we do pollution. Think about it, if we cap purity levels then I can sell purity credits to my competitors. 

I'm strategically going in the direction of supporting life, preventing death and promoting conception. I'm interested in focusing on ideas related to birthing, beauty and body wraps. 

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There are separate bodies of literature for fish oil and algae oil.

Fishing for Omega-3 supplements from marine algae
By the editors of Environmental Nutrition, Environmental Nutrition Newsletter
Q. Can marine algae omega-3s provide the same benefits as fish oil ?
Premium Health News Service SOURCE: chicagotribune.com, January 30, 2013;
 
Editorial Commentary By Scott Doughman, PhD  

  • There are two interesting points right off the bat. First is the consideration of algae as marine. Marine algae is a correct designation in general and with few exceptions.
  • Second, the supplement model is the only method of educating about the science of fish oil and algae oil and fish as food, all are separate. Combined algae DHA supplements with food is needed. Combined EPA supplements with food is needed. There is really no difference between the two. I concluded and have published that after 6 months of any EPA or DHA or EPA+DHA combination with any biologic fatty acid therapy that these are identical in relative omega-3 index and omega-3 physiology outcome. The differences are far more meaningless than the similarities. No one formula is superior, although products may compete for best. DHA inherently is EPA and EPA is inherently DHA as needed once in the body. Don't discount you have a healthy powerful liver for metabolism.
 
This article on the Tribune website is important. The basis of any omega-3 fat causing any change in LDL-C is a shared statistic. Stick the statistic in its place. It has a role. Why does this result happen, the LDL-C increase, a barely significant result and a barely significant point? Why, because consumed fat necessitates liver-VLDL budding, which is a particle that is processed into LDL-C particles: VLDL>>>Pre-LDL>>LDL-C>remnants. The metric for LDL-C has been standardized, just like the Omega-3 Index is becoming, but the LDL-C particle now is by law a disease marker.
 
Since adding omega-3 oils adds to total fat intake on a daily basis, this could add up to 5% more fat consumed per day. This is a metabolic challenge and, perhaps if you also control total fat intake by offsetting 5% of any other fats in the diet, you now have a controlled state. This is basically what Amarin did. That is all. So that means most all other data has the risk of showing omega-3 benefits in preferential lowering of steady state blood fats and increasing steady state waste removal via HDL-C, but a tiny LDL-C change may be seen as (not) a side effect. Not in me. I want my LDL-C to go up if I eat more fat.
 
Why does the doctor NOT want me to have a healthy fat metabolism? Does this not prove part of the high cholesterol problem is caused by the high fat problem in the blood (due to sugar and fat together) as a first indicator? In some people, not in all. But in general, high triglycerides will correlate with higher LDL-C.

Is Algae Oil a Sustainable Food or Fuel?

Is Algae Oil a Sustainable Food or Fuel?

[by Scott Doughman, PhD, et al., All Copyrights Reserved] 

ABSTRACT FOR CONFERENCE TALK: 
With respect to algae oils, we consider the word "sustainability" in current food and fuel models. Overviews discussed are intended as general contexts for 1) the planet, for 2) finished oils, and for 3) growing new innovations. Part of the discussion considers trophic (nutrient) classifications. Heterotrophic algae systems may be defined as carbon-carbon bond consumers. Autotrophic algae systems may be defined as carbon-carbon bond producers, but are also consumers of their self-made carbon-carbon bonds to produce oil. All other organisms are also carbon consumers. Efficiency models for algae oils are also based on systems theory, but isolated data may suggest theoretical systems that need further proven. Because algae are inherently part of a "food chain" or an "economy" of scale, algae sciences increasingly have discovered paradigms for primary roles for algae in the discussion of "sustainability". New technologies for biomass, waste mitigation, and food and feed products require direct consumers over passive applications, such as fertilizer, due to the difference between direct and indirect consumption, especially with respect to the sustainability of water usage to produce oils. We suggest identification of a proven oil product and the direct consumer first be established in a stable system of production and consumption of materials prior to the ability to discuss sustainability criteria. The discussion applies to both heterotrophic algae systems and autotrophic algae systems. The source of the carbon is not relevant to our equation for carbon-carbon bond flow as a measure of sustainability with respect to oil, unless further qualified. We conclude algae oil sustainability is fundamentally based on a controlled measure of carbon-carbon bond flow compared to the direct use of the target oil product for food or fuel. 

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