Omega 3 is an essential fatty acid that cannot be produced in the body, making it necessary for us to obtain it through diet. Research indicates that the omega 3 fatty acids are important for the maintenance of a healthy heart, and in helping to maintain joint mobility, as well as healthy skin.Read More
Whilst there are 11 types of omega 3 fatty acids in total, the three most important types are ALA, EPA and DHA. ALA is most commonly found in plants, whilst oily fish and algae are rich sources of EPA and DHA.
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