Fats are an important part of a healthy diet and essential to our body, but not all fats are created equal. there are "bad" fats, which include trans fats that are found in foods like french fries and donuts. and then there are "good" fats, such as omega-3s. omega-3 fatty acids are in fish such as salmon, anchovies and trout.
omega-3 fatty acids benefit your body from head to toe, supporting the health of your heart, joints and skin.** omega-3's role in heart health is particularly noteworthy.** the national institutes of health recognizes that omega-3 from fish oil can be beneficial for several cardiovascular measures.** supportive but not conclusive research shows that consumption of epa and dha omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.**
supports heart health
supports healthy circulation
supports healthy joints
plays a role in providing an energy source for the body
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