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Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids, a class of nutrients needed for our body to function normally. ...

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 2 very important types of Omega 3 acids , namely EPA and DHA, which have amazing health benefits.

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For more information, please see the link below : http://herbscancure.com/blog/omg-facts-about-omega-3/

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  • 1. Let Health be your lifestyleWhat Makes Them Important
  • 2.  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 2 very important types of Omega 3 acids , namely EPA and DHA, which have amazing health benefits.
  • 3. Omega 3 plays a major role in a number of functions in our body. Here are they:- Relaxation and contraction of muscles Blood clotting Digestion Fertility Cell division Growth Movement of calcium and other substances in and out of cells.
  • 4. The following are some of the sources of omega-3 fatty acids: Fish and Fish oil: Sardines, salmon, tuna, trout, cod Nuts and Seeds: Walnuts, flaxseed Veggies: Spinach, cauliflower, brussels sprouts etc. Oil: Flaxseed oil, soybean oil etc. Beans: Kidney beans, pinto and mungo beans Eggs
  • 5.  Reduces cardiovascular risk factors Reduces morning stiffness, swollen joints and rheumatoid arthritis Lowers the risk of cancer Reduces inflammation throughout the body Reduces the risk of obesity Maintains fluidity of cell membranes
  • 6.  Wards off the risk of Alzheimers and dementia Tackles depression Reduces the risk of pneumonia Prevents stone formation in kidneys Reduces pain associated with menstrual cramps Supplies nutrition to dry, damaged hair
  • 7.  Depression Fatigue Dry and itchy skin Brittle hair and nails Joint pains Cardiovascular disease Type 2 diabetes Eczema Psoriasis
  • 8.  For more information, please see the link belowhttp://herbscancure.com/blog/omg-facts- about-omega-3/