Get the inside scoop on Omega 3 Fatty Acids



Omega 3 fatty acids are critical nutrients for the human body. They offer some of the least controversial benefits of all the items available in the supplement section of the grocery store. In other words, there is very little debate on whether you will benefit from taking omega 3s... you will.

The eductional gaps around omega 3s fit into questions like what are they, how do they work, how much is too much, and what are the options. I've assembled some articles here that address these issues.

Omega 3s: what are they?

Chemical structures of omega 3 fatty acids

What do they do?

Omega 3s can help prevent depression and preserve brain function

Omega 3s are great for wrinkle prevention

These benefits largely derive from anti-inflammatory properties

Fish oil is great, but what are the other options?

Krill oil is a close alternative, but overhyped and overpriced

Flaxseed oil is often touted as a vegetarian option. There are better choices.

Borage seed oil contains some helpful anti-inflammatory components.

What else do I need to know?

While a diverse intake of fatty acids is a wise choice, don't let supplement companies trick you about omega 3-6-9 balanced products

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