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Importance of Omega 3 in life

Saturday - January 26, 2019 9:28 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL

WTN: Omega 3 is one such rich food that your baby takes from the food that you eat. However, if your baby does not get enough Omega-3 from the food you eat, he/she will begin to take it from your own stores located in the brain, which can result in a loss of your brain cells. Omega 3 is actually something that you should include in your diet on a regular basis. During pregnancy, it is recommended that you get at least 250 mg of Omega 3 every day. Babies acquire most of the omega-3 fat DHA (Docosa Hexaenoic Acid) from breast milk, which appears to contain an adequate supply of this healthy fat.

Fish is a rich source of DHA, a fatty acid that is found in high concentration in the gray matter of the brain. It is important for the transmission of brain signals. By making cell membranes more fluid, Omega-3 fatty acids, especially DHA, improve communication between the brain cells. It is necessary for memory and learning and development of eye’s retina in infants. DHA remains the most important brain fat throughout life. It is as good to the brain as calcium is to the bones. Just like a machine, the brain needs oil in the form of Omega-3 fatty acids to run smoothly. Omega 3 may also help fight cancer by slowing tumor growth and increase the positive effects of one of the drugs used for chemotherapy.

Eating just three servings of fish each week may lessen chances of developing colorectal cancer and cancers of the digestive tract by 50 per cent. It also helps reduce the risk of breast and prostate cancers. Fish oil supplements have also been used to treat asthma, depression, dysmenorrheal (painful menstruation), eczema and psoriasis. The essential Omega-3 fatty acids promote good health from head to toe. Due to the health benefits of fish oils such as the cod-liver oil and other sources of healthy fats, people will live longer if they include them in their regular diet. People suffering from arthritis may be able to reduce pain and stiffness in the joints.

Omega also resists common cold and flu. Though fish oil can help keep your IQ and  brain sharp and help you hold on to those precious memories as you grow older, for people who don’t like fish, Omega-3 fatty acids are also available in some plant foods, like flaxseeds, soybeans, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower and walnuts. -Window To News