The Foods for Omega 3’s

Omega 3-fatty acids are fatty acids that function as bioactive lipids. Omega-3s have been shown to improve heart health by promoting healthy blood pressure, triglyceride and HDL, or “good” cholesterol, levels.

However, an often overlooked benefit of omega-3s is their effect on blood flow and circulation.

Omega-3s have a role in proper blood flow, which is important for your heart health and brain function. Read more…

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