Herbalifeline Max

Herbalifeline Max
We have known for some time that a healthy diet rich in all the essential nutrients is the key to living well and longer. However, recent studies have shown that, even in situations of sufficiently careful diet, in subjects of Western origin, worldwide, there is a lack of Omega 3 fatty acids, also called 'long chain' and synthesized as EPA and DHA . Herbalifeline Max was born from Herbalife's innovative laboratories, a supplement rich in EPA and DHA acids; just one capsule of this product contains the minimum daily requirement of fatty acids (250 mg). Based on analyzes and studies conducted by the company and scientific luminaries representing Herbalife around the world and clinical studies performed by independent laboratories, the main benefits of regularly taking Herbalifeline Max are as follows:
  • Better cardiac activity (taking 1 capsule per day)
  • Improved brain function (taking 1 capsule per day)
  • A normal visual capacity (taking 1 capsule per day)
  • A decrease in triglycerides in the blood (taking 4 capsules per day)
  • A decrease in blood pressure (taking 5 capsules per day)


Herbalife offers this supplement to improve the daily activities of each of us, protecting cells from aging, keeping heart activity and fat in the body at bay. The capsules should be taken during meals, and the maximum dose of 5 per day should never be exceeded. The fundamental ingredient of Herbalifeline Max is the highest quality fish oil, obtained from sustainable sources in full harmony with the environment, as Herbalife has categorically imposed itself to do for years.

Food sources of Omega-3

Omega-3 fatty acids are generally and in various percentages contained in the following foods:
  • Fish
  • Shellfish
  • Nuts
  • Vegetable oils
  • Chia seeds
  • Soy lecithin

Fish and shellfish, however, are the only foods to contain EPA and DHA acids. An adult man needs at least 250 mg of Omega-3 daily, but in pregnant women and children this figure must be increased by at least 100 mg.

The lack of fatty acids

Several studies have shown that the symptoms of FADS (fatty acid deficiency) are completely confused with those of other diseases, therefore difficult to interpret. Among them, we can find:
  • Concentration disorder
  • Vision blurred
  • Dry skin
  • Brittle hair and nails that break
  • Dandruff
  • Eczema
  • Mood swings

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