Omega 3 fatty acids for cardiovascular health and disease epidemiological studies first published in the late 1970s noted relatively low cardiovascular mortality in populations such as eskimos with high fish consumption the apparent health benefits of fish are explained at least in part by the epa and dha they contain. Omega 3 fatty acids are incredibly important they have many powerful health benefits for your body and brain in fact few nutrients have been studied as thoroughly as omega 3 fatty acids. While foods containing omega 3 fatty acids have health benefits some like oils and nuts can be high in calories so eat them in moderation should you supplement fish oil has both epa and dha. Boosts brain health omega 3 fatty acids play an important role in brain function including memory and cognition the process of thinking the substance that insulates brain cells and helps them communicate with one another myelin is made up of omega 3 fatty acids and proteins. Omega 3 fatty acids and fetal development maternal nutrition guidelines have always stressed a diet including sufficient caloric and protein requirements but recently fatty acids have also been deemed important this is partially due to the fact that epa and dha supplementation during pregnancy has been associated with multiple benefits for the infant table 1
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