Reena Strehle

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Reena Strehle
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  • Global Balance Coach
  • Commercialisation and Innovation Facilitator

Reena Strehle is an Australian Global Balance Coach, Business Executive, Commercialisation and Innovation Facilitator, Transcendental Meditator and Speaker. Strehle has over 30 years working with ASX companies in Australia. Strehle inspires Professionals to get their Minds, Heart, Immune and Emotions into Balance in 120 days to live longer and healthier lives.

Benefits of Balance Oil

The European Food Safety Authority has approved these health claims

  • DHA helps to maintain normal brain function.
  • EPA and DHA contribute to normal heart function.
  • Vitamin D contributes to the maintenance of normal immune function
  • DHA (>250 mg) contributes to the maintenance of normal vision
  • Vitamin D contributes to the maintenance of normal muscle function
  • Olive oil (>20 g) polyphenols contribute to the protection of blood lipids from oxidative stress. * * DHA and EPA (>3 g) contribute to the maintenance of normal blood pressure.
  • DHA and EPA contribute to the maintenance of normal blood triglyceride levels.
  • Replacing saturated fats with unsaturated fats, like Oleic acid, in the diet has been shown to lower/ reduce blood cholesterol.
  • Vitamin D contributes to normal absorption /utilisation of calcium and phosphorus.
  • DHA (>450 mg) maternal intake contributes to the normal brain development of the fetus and breastfed infants.
  • DHA (>100 mg) intake contributes to the normal visual development of infants up to 12 months of age.
  • DHA (>450 mg) maternal intake contributes to the normal development of the eyes of the fetus and breastfed infants.

Repair & Protect Your Body with Balance Oil BalanceOil+ is an all-natural food supplement range that contains a premium blend of oils derived from the highest quality wild-caught fish and pre-harvest extra virgin olive oil. It is high in Omega-3, vitamin D3 and Polyphenols that safely adjust and maintain Omega-6:3 balance and EPH and DHA levels in the body, while protecting your cells from oxidation. Vegan Oil also available.

Omega-6/Omega-3 Imbalance and chronic diseases

Subject Omega-6/Omega-3 Comment
When humans were developed 1:1 Establishment of genetic pattern
Today’s western diet 15-17:1 Plant oils and meat are preferred to fish
Cardiovascular disease 4:1 70% reduction in total mortality
Colorectal and breast cancer 2,5:1 Reduced risk of developing cancer
Inflammatory diseases 2-3:1 Reduced inflammation with arthritis
Autoimmune diseases 5:1 Favorable effect against asthma

Artemis P. Simopoulos, 2008. Minireview - The importance of the Omega-6/Omega-3 Fatty Acid Ratio in Cardiovascular Disease and Other Chronic Diseases. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 674 - 688. *The Centre for Genetics, Nutrition and health, Washington, DC 20009. Artemis P. Simopoulos, 2011. Evolutionary Aspects of Diet: The Omega-6/Omega-3 Ratio and the Brain. Mol. Neurobiology, 29. January 2011.


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