Do You Get Enough Omega 3 Through Your Diet Alone?
Did you know approximately 70% of the fats in our brain are omega 3? So it wouldn’t be any surprise to you that omega 3s improve various brain functions such as your learning capacity, mood and focus. So if we’re going off of the age old saying “You are what you eat” (or thousands of medical literature) than would it be safe to say that it could be a good idea to consume an optimal amount omega 3s from your diet? Omega 3s are not just important for brain function, memory and focus. They are also important for almost every function in your body, from skin quality to heart health – to your overall sense of wellbeing and libido. Just make sure you’re getting in enough omega 3 fats, okay?
Right, so we’ve talked about the difference between Pharmaceutical Grade GMP’s and Food Grade GMP’s. Now this goes for ALL products – Not just multivitamins. Omega 3s are found in abundance in Wild Salmon, Shrimp, Walnuts and Chia Seeds; however getting enough from your diet can sometimes be difficult. For example, to get an optimal dose of omega 3 you would be looking at consuming 100g of Wild Atlantic Salmon or 18grams of Walnuts daily. So if you can’t see yourself consuming those quantities on a regular basis then it could be wise to look for a quality fish oil supplement.
Again, do your research and make sure you’re picking one that is molecular distilled and free of any PCB’s or toxic contaminants such as mercury.
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