How has the demand for omega 3 fatty acids hurt our fish population?



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    Scientists have seen the demand for fish and fish oil increase with the advent of heath guidelines that claim that fish are a good source of omega 3 fatty acids. As a result, fish supplies are rapidly diminishing which causes sorts of environmental problems including reduced biodiversity and poor ecosystem health.

    Omega 3 fatty acids help to fight cardiovascular disease, cancer, and arthritis while boosting brain health and immune function so they are an important part of a healthy diet. While fish are a source of these essential unsaturated fatty acids, flax seeds, eggs, some botanical sources, and grass fed meats are also rich in omega 3s.

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