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Learn to love fatty acids with Omega-3

Vitamins and Supplements

Understand how Omega-3 fatty acids can help you on your way to good living.

A diet that strictly reduces fat is one way to better health. Or is it? Most would agree that cutting out as much fat as possible is important. But not all fats are bad. Some can actually prevent disease, improve your well being and help to absorb vitamins better. Ever heard of Omega-3 fatty acids? They are the 'good fats', essential in keeping our body functioning well.
Polyunsaturated Omega-3 fatty acids come in three main types: Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA).

So what do Omega-3 fatty acids do?

They play an important role in supporting a wide variety of bodily functions. Helping cell membrane development which ultimately strengthens our immune system is one of them. ALA takes part in maintaining of normal blood cholesterol levels. EPA and DHA play a role in normal function of the heart.

DHA seems to be a particular 'all rounder'. It contributes to the maintenance of normal vision and normal brain function too.

Good nutrition makes all the difference

So, are you getting enough of the 'good fats'? Are you enriching your body with Omega-3 fatty acids?' Have a look at your diet. It is easier than you think to top up your Omega-3 intake.
It is fish oils that provide the omega-3 fatty acids known as EPA and DHA. Even though these can be produced in our own body, two portions of oily fish each week are recommended. Try adding eel, herring, salmon, haddock or tuna to your diet. So called 'fortified foods' are also an option if you don't like fish or can't easily buy it. They have DHA added to them, like some orange juices, milk or eggs. With ALA, which cannot be produced in the body, it is particularly important to select foods containing sufficient portions of it. ALA is found in nuts, beans and seeds but also in vegetable oils made from linseed, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, rapeseed, soya beans or olives.
As you can see, getting enough Omega-3 fatty acids is pretty easy by adjusting your diet. For those of you who may skip meals due to a busy day however, eating consciously is not always simple. There may be other times, such as when you're run down or recovering from illness, when the body has a greater need for extra nutrients. This is when supplements can provide an alternative. NUTRILITE Omega-3 Complex can help you get the correct daily amount of essential fatty acids your body needs to support and improve your well-being.

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