The Omega3 fatty acids are the essential fats that the body does not produce. These polyunsaturated fats are found in dietary supplements sources. Another essential in your daily requirement is sleep.
Types of Omega 3 Fatty Acids
- EPA, eicosapentaenoic acid
- DHA, docosahexaenoic acid
- AHA, alpha-linolenic acid
Why Take Omega?
- These healthy fats benefit the body in multitudes
- They help lower inflammationBoost brain function
- Elevate Mood
Inflammation is linked with many diseases ranging from cardiovascular diseases to cancer.
Omega 3 plays an important role in maintaining the health of the heart. It helps in reducing
- Heart Rate
- Blood Pressure
- Lowers Triglycerides
- Reduces Inflammation
- Helps To Raise the “Good” Cholesterol Hdl Level
- Prevents Arteries from Developing Plaque That Leads To Arteriosclerosis
2. Protection from Cancer
Omega 3 lowers cancer risk including:
3. Prevention of Autoimmune diseases
Taking omega 3s reduces the possibility of getting autoimmune diseases in later stages of life. These fatty acids effectively treat autoimmune illnesses including:
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Crohn’s Disease
4. Keeps the Skin Healthy and Youthful
It helps to maintain the skin in the following ways:
- Keeps the Skin Hydrated
- Prevents Acne
- Guards against Premature Aging
- Treatment for psoriasis, acne, and other skin problems
5. Relief in joint’s pain and strength in Bones
Omega 3 can raise calcium levels in the bones and chances of osteoporosis is lesser. Stronger bones and less painful joints. It can considerably lower the risk of osteoporosis and reduce pain for people suffering from arthritis.
6. Reduces symptoms of ADHD
Omega 3s is a boon for people suffering from ADHD as it helps to reduce the following symptoms:
- Difficulty in being able to maintain attention
- Difficulty in completing tasks
7. Helps in Sleep
Omega 3s helps improve and increase the quality and quantity of sleep in adults. This in turn improves the daytime performance. The DHA stimulates melatonin that relaxes the body and sends signals to the body to rest. When DHA decreases, melatonin deficiency occurs.
8. Aids in Pregnancy
As Omega 3 reduces the sleep patterns get disturbed in pregnant women. Low DHA brings higher inflammation and shorter periods of gestation. They help fetal development and essentially, central nervous system and the brain.
OMEGA 3 RiCH FOODS
The EPA and DHA are found abundantly in Fish and other seafood: Cold-water fatty fish- salmon (wild-caught), tuna, mackerel, sardines, and herring. They are also found in Anchovies, Bluefish, Sturgeon, Lake trout, Tuna. But if you are a vegetarian then seaweed and algae are other options.
- AHA, alpha-linolenic acid
- AHA is mostly found in seeds, nuts, and vegetable oils and leafy green vegetables.
- Nuts and seeds: chia seeds, flaxseed, and Hemp seeds, walnuts
Plant oils: Soybean Oil, Flaxseed Oil, And Canola Oil
Plants: Edamame, Kidney Beans Spinach, Soy Products
Poultry: Turkey, Chicken, and Goose, Eggs, Milk
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