Nutrition: Omega Facts

Omega 3 (especially in the form of DHA) is anti-inflammatory.  It is found in wild oily fish, organic egg yolks and grass-fed meats. Omega 6 on the other hand is inflammatory.  We obtain far too much Omega 6 from all processed foods, especially those containing vegetable oils of any kind (safflower, sunflower, soy, corn, canola, sesame and even olive oils), conventional chicken, nuts and seeds. Being anti-inflammatory, Omega 3 will support and encourage healthy muscle growth and repair, as well as maintenance of healthy skin rejuvenation (“anti-ageing” if you like).A high quality Omega 3 fish oil can be beneficial, so long as it’s ‘cleaned’ of heavy metals. But most importantly, drastically reduce your intake of Omega 6′s.
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