Omega-3 Fatty acids

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids, a class of nutrients needed for our body to function normally. These are the fats of life which help our cells to function properly. Omega-3 cannot be produced be our body and should be supplied through the diet. There are two very important types of Omega 3 acids, namely EPA and DHA, which have amazing health benefits.
Omega-3 fatty acids are much beneficial in the following health conditions:
• Acne
• Cancer
• Kidney Disease
• Psoriasis
• Cystic Fibrosis
• Learning Disorders
• Reyes Syndrome
• Allergies
• Dementia
• Leukemia
• Schizophrenia
• Alzheimer’s
• Diabetes
• Lupus
• Stroke
• Angina
• Eczema
• Malnutrition
• Vision Disorders
• Atherosclerosis
• Heart Disease
• Menopause
• Arthritis
• High Blood Pressure
• Mental Illness
• Autoimmunity
• Hyperactivity
• Metastasis
• Behavioral Disorders
• Infection
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Breast Cancer
• Immune Deficiencies
• Neurological Disease
• Breast Cysts
• Inflammatory Conditions
• Obesity
• Breast Pain
• Intestinal Disorders
• Post Viral Fatigue
Health Benefits of Omega 3
⦁ Natural Hormone Replacement
⦁ Nervous System
⦁ Immune System
⦁ Helps to Suppress Appetite
⦁ Helps to Burn Stored Body Fat
⦁ Heart
⦁ Liver
⦁ Brain Function
⦁ Healthy Skin
⦁ Joints
⦁ Reduces Inflammation related to many disease
⦁ Important for Pregnant Women and Nursing Mothers
Omega 3 benefit and Brain
Stem Omega-3 fatty acids and brain Omega-3 fatty acids are beneficial for health in general
Some of them are present as building blocks in the brain cells
Adequate supply of omega-3 fatty acids helps to support brain functions
These compounds improve memory and cognitive function
They have anti-aging effect and slow down the onset of age-related brain disorders such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
Several foods such as oily fish and tofu are reach with these nutrients.


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