Plenty has been said about Omega 3 and its cousin Omega 6, but it is a little bit difficult to keep track on how to get them and exactly what their benefits are but do not worry: that is what we are here for.

Omega 3 is really present in many different fish such as salmon, tuna, or sardines (almost all seafood is particularly rich in it) but if you don’t like seafood, plenty of seeds and nuts also have this vitamin.

Some of its health benefits include fighting depression and anxiety symptoms, better eye health, can protect against heart and cardiovascular disease, can reduce symptoms of metabolic syndrome, can fight inflammation and autoimmune diseases, and promote better brain health during pregnancy and early childhood.

All in all, this vitamin is almost miraculous so be sure to include it on your diet either through supplements or through your the food you

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