Are you feeling fatigued? Have you experienced poor memory, dry skin, heart problems, mood swings, depression or poor circulation? If so, you could be deficient in healthy fats called omega 3 fatty acids.
Omega 3 fatty acids are essential for human health. They have been known to reduce inflammation, and provide a starting point for hormones that regulate blood clotting and regulation of gene function.
What can Omega 3 Fatty Acids do for me?
Although omega 3 fatty acids aren’t a cure, they’ve been shown to help with specific symptoms and overall health. For example:
Cardiovascular Disease Studies have shown that incorporating fatty fish into your diet can help keep your heart healthy, preventing you from running into heart issues.
Brain Health Some research suggests that if people incorporate omega 3 fatty acids into their diets, it can help prevent the development of Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Rheumatoid or Psoriatic Arthritis Arthritis can cause severe muscular and joint discomfort, omega 3 fatty acids can help fight inflammation and lubricate the joints to provide more comfortable function.
So how can I get more Omega 3 Fatty Acids?
If approved by your doctor, you can consume these fats in the supplemental form of fish oil, but we recommend starting with the foods you eat! Omega 3’s are found in fish (such as salmon, tuna and halibut), vegetable oils, nuts, and leafy green vegetables.
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