Fat. It gets a bad rap, and for good reason. Saturated fats have a lot of undesirable consequences. They raise cholesterol, increase heart disease and obesity, and even increase the risk of death. Bad fats should be avoided. But good fats are very important to your health.
Omega-3 fatty acids are an essential nutrient—one that the human body cannot make on its own. That means a person has to include Omega-3’s food sources into their diet in order for the body to use them.
Omega-3’s help improve bone and joint health. The list goes on and on. But, if a person does not eat omega-3’s, their body does not have them!
Omega-3’s and cellular health
The most basic building blocks of the human body are cells. This is where good health begins. If cells are functioning properly, a person is healthy. Period.
Omega-3’s are essential for cellular health. They are an integral part of cell membranes and the receptors located there. Cell receptors do things like manufacture the hormones responsible for blood clotting, artery wall relaxation and contraction, and fighting inflammation.*
Cells must have omega-3’s to function well.
Omega-3’s and the Heart
The effect omega-3 fats have on heart health is notable. These fats have been linked to cell receptors tied to the cardiovascular system. Omega-3’s have been shown to aid with the following health benefits:
- help the heart beat at a normal pace
- support a healthy heart rate
- support low blood pressure
- improve blood vessel function
- may ease inflammation due to an active lifestyle
- Support healthy triglyceride levels*
Omega-3’s and beauty
Good sleep is essential for good health, and a well-rested person looks better (no dark under-eye bags).
Knowing how truly important Omega-3’s are, find a new way to add them to your diet. You are worth it, and so are the people who love you—they will want you around for a long time.
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- They help with getting a good night’s sleep.
- They help manage DHA, which is a structural component of skin.
- Omega-3’s are linked to the skin’s oil production and hydration
- Omega-3’s reduce skin’s premature aging*
Omega 3’s foods in the diet
Omega-3’s are vital for health, mental wellness, and beauty, but how can a person get enough in their diet? The key is consistency. If omega-3 sources are added to the diet on a regular basis, the good benefits are reaped.*
The best way to get omega-3’s is by adding fatty fish to the menu. Salmon is the very best source of these healthy fats, but all fish sources carry some.
Unfortunately, not all people are eager to eat fish regularly-—if they even know how to cook it. The good news is that nuts, especially walnuts, are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. So are seeds, like flax and pumpkin. Adding a handful of walnuts to your breakfast every day is a great place to start.
Still worried about getting enough omega-3s? A carefully sourced supplement can fill in the missing pieces when a diet can’t provide all your daily nutrients.
But be aware that not all omega-3 supplements are created equal. Some supplements are made from poor-quality ingredients, while others are made from inhumane animal sources.
ASEA makes an award-winning heart and brain omega supplement, ASEA® VIA™ Omega. It is made from the freshest wild-caught fish source available a source the body recognizes as native, which helps with absorption.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.