24. What foods have Omega 3 naturally?
Omega 3 can naturally be found in the following foods:
- Soybeans (Roasted)
- Salmon Fish
- Canola Oil
- Olive oil
- Chia Seeds
- Mackerel Fish
- Seaweed and algae
- Hemp seeds
- Kidney beans
25. In Summary
Omega-3 fats are a crucial part of human cell membranes. They also have a number of other important functions, like improving heart health. Omega-3 fatty acids can increase “good” HDL cholesterol. They can also reduce triglycerides, blood pressure and the formation of arterial plaques. They also have proven their effectiveness in the prevention and treatment of various illnesses. Such as helping to fight depression and anxiety. It helps to improve eye health. Promotes brain health during pregnancy and early life.
Drastically improves risk factors for heart disease. It helps to reduce symptoms of ADHD in children. It can even reduce symptoms of metabolic syndrome. Omega 3’s can fight against inflammation and autoimmune diseases. It is noted to improve mental health disorders. It can fight age-related mental decline and Alzheimer’s disease. Fatty acids may help to prevent cancer. Omega-3s can reduce Asthma in children. It helps to reduce fat in the Liver. Notably known to improve bone and joint health. It can alleviate menstrual pain and PMS. Omega-3 fats are good for your skin and they help to improve your sleep. Overall they are a highly effective way to improve your health.
Where did we find this stuff, These are our sources:
University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences. “Omega-3 Boosts Grey Matter, May Explain Improved Moods.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 7 March 2007.