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Omega-3 fatty acids play a vital part in achieving optimal health, especially in reducing heart disease. Unfortunately, most of us aren’t getting enough omega-3 each day to reap the benefits. The good news? We've got an easy fix.
The best and healthiest way to increase your omega-3 intake is to eat seafood. But there are other foods that make optimising your intake of these helpful fatty acids relatively simple.
Avocado - There’s a reason Avocado is a superfood. Delicious, good for your heart and helps your body better absorb nutrients.
Nuts - In addition to walnuts, brazil nuts, cashews, and hazelnuts have omega-3s in the form of ALA.
Vegetables – Try to aim for 2-3 cups of veggies every day. Dark green veggies like spinach, kale and brussel sprouts offer some omega-3s, but only a fraction compared of fish. Ground Flaxseed – Flaxseeds have high amounts of ALA omega-3s. Try sprinkling them on your salad, cereal, or use it in your baking. Good Health Flaxomega capsules and flaxseed oil are also excellent sources of omega-3. Beans – Adding beans to your diet can be good for you mentally and physically. Beans are packed with omega-3s that may help improve your mood.
When it comes to fats, omega-3s are called good fats for a reason. Not only does your body need these fatty acids to perform at its best, the major benefits they offer your overall health and wellbeing could mean a world of difference for you and your family. Why not have a look at your omega-3 intake and see if you have an opportunity to add more in your diet to maintain a healthy lifestyle balance.
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