Essential Fatty Acids
Getting enough Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, and a healthy balance of 3 to 6, is vital for brain, eyesight, skin, heart and flexible joints.
Alpha-Linoleic Acid (ALA) is an Omega-3 essential fatty acid. It breaks down in the body to form DHA and EPA fatty acids.
Linoleic Acid is an Omega-6 essential fatty acid. LA breaks down to form GLA fatty acid.
Flax seed oil is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids.
Hemp seed oil is rich in Omega-6 fatty acids. It also contains ALA, an Omega-3 essential fatty acid, and Oleic acid, an Omega-9 fatty acid.
Fatty acids form part of the walls of every cell in the body . They also make hormone-like substances, which are important for many body processes.
Marine Fish Oil is an excellent source of Omega-3 fatty acids, especially EPA and DHA.
EPA and DHA are important for a healthy heart, arteries, brain and for flexible joints.
Cod Liver Oil is a source of Omega -3 fatty acids in the form of EPA and DHA,
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