Omega 3-6-9

For starters, the human body is made up of an estimated 100 trillion individual cells. Omega 3 fats are part of the cell membrane of every single one of them. Providing an adequate supply of Omega- 3 to the body is critical to promoting and maintaining optimal health.

Now lets understand that good fat is actually good. The 1980’s are over. We should all be aware now that not all fat is bad. There are in fact good fats and bad fats. Omega 3’s are part of a class of fats known as Essential Fatty Acids or “EFA’s.” These are good fats, we need them. Essential fatty acids, which are polyunsaturated fats, are called essential because they cannot be manufactured by the body. They must be obtained from the food we eat. Other common EFA’s are Omega 6 and Omega 9. Less common are Omega 7 (sea buckthorn) and there’s also Omega 5.

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