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Omega 3 is VERY important to our health but there are other ways to get this oil into us to help our health an joints other than the oil from Fish.
What we do to our fish stocks is unsustainable. We need to make changes to preserve our fish supply and move into other ways of getting EPA and DAH into our bodies.
Fish do not have these products, EPA and DHA in their own bodies, they make it from what they eat in the sea!
So perhaps we should go direct to food that help us extract these ingredients?
Many of us know that Omega 3 is an important essential fatty acid needed for good health but not everyone knows it is so important for that all important healthy shiny hair!
Whilst Omega 3 is vital for it’s anti-inflammatory action ( from Eczema and Asthma, Arthritis to Colitis) but is it also vital to give us more flexible, soft velvety skin and healthy shiny, soft hair.
It reduces hunger and cravings, helps kill infectious organisms, helps wounds to heal, increases IQ in children and gives us greater alertness from fatigue and better mood and concentration to name but a few wonderful benefits.
When your internal levels of Omega 3 are ” topped up” and internal organs have taken all they need to function properly, you will then start to see great improvement in skin and hair.
Omega oil is vital to maintain a healthy heart, flexible joints and healthy skin. Because today’s diet tends to be high in Omega 6 due to the amount of vegetable oils such as corn oil and Sunflower oil we have an imbalance of Omega 3 and 6 in our diets.
Taking foods rich in Omega 3 helps to re-establish the balance.
- Seaweed and algae.
- Chia seeds. Chia seeds are an excellent plant-based source of ALA omega-3 fatty acids. …
- Hemp seeds. …
- Flaxseeds. …
- Walnuts. …
- Edamame. …
- Kidney beans.
- Vitamin A is found in liver, eggs, milk, and other animal foods. Its precursors — carotenoids, which can be converted into vitamin A after they have been consumed — are found in a variety of plant foods, including sweet potatoes, spinach, carrots, pumpkin, and tomatoes ( 1 ).