Omega 3 fatty acids are a good type of fat. They do not contribute to bad cholesterol like omega 6 acids do. They lower triglycerides and increase good cholesterol helping heart health. It is also important for the functioning of the brain.
Omega-3 acids are good for you because they are essential fatty
acids meaning your body cannot produce them; you must eat them. They are important
for brain function and the making of cell membranes, as well as general growth
and development. Essential fatty acids are important for hormone functions and “chemical
messengers that tell your body what to do” (http://www.mcvitamins.com/essential%20fatty%20acids.htm).
Not getting enough Omega-3 fatty acids can affect your memory and result in
fatigue, mood swings, and even depression.
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