Are you eating enough fish?
The Research says… Fish intake less than 1-2 times per week may not be enough for people age 26 and over…*
What can you do about it?
Including wild salmon and other fish containing Omega-3 essential fatty acids in your diet can have a very positive effect on health. Omega-3 offers cardiovascular benefits, and can be instrumental in preventing heart attacks and strokes. However, Omega-3 cannot be synthesized by the human body. Numerous studies have shown the anti-inflammatory properties of Omega-3 and its role in promoting cognitive function as well as the prevention of chronic diseases. Supplementation with Omega-3 Complex is recommended for individuals 26 and older to prevent a deficiency, which may contribute to depression, decreased memory function, and heart and circulatory problems.
Omega-3 Complex provides a natural source of the essential fatty acids docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). Omega-3 fatty acids play many important roles throughout the body; cardiovascular maintenance, anti-inflammatory agents; triglyceride control; skin health; and healthy joint and mental function.
Don’t like fish?
Use a quality fish oil that is organic, gluten, dairy and soy free. See your Individually Designed Nutrition (IDNutrition) DIY section below to learn what supplements meet this criteria.
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