Do you need to take Omega 3? And the best types of Omega 3s.
Chances are you've heard of omega-3s, and fish oil as a way of improving health. But is the hype real?
Yes and no.
What Are Omega-3s and Why?
Omega-3s are essential because our bodies cannot make them. The omega-3s that get the most press are eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). Of these three, EPA and DHA are the most crucial for our health. Healthy cell membranes are built from the DHA and EPA we get from our diet. These cellular building blocks promote flexibility and permeability—the qualities we want in a good cell membrane. However, watch how many omega-6s (nut, seed, commercial oils) you are eating as they can contribute to higher levels of inflammation inside your body. But, when consumed right, all fats work together for optimal health.
Let's not forget about DPA, which is a special superpower packed and concentrated form of omega 3s most supplements don't incorporate and forget about; it maximizes benefits and value.
What Else Should Know About Omega-3s?
You still should intake Omega-3s even if you watch your Omega 6 oil intake. But we often incorrectly assume that all omega-3 rich foods are equally high in DHA and EPA. But they’re not. This makes dietary consumption of the right ratio and type of omegas a lot more challenging, and very expensive dietarily.
Omega-3s Health Benefits
Joints (inflammation decreasing), nerves, circulation (improves health of the blood vessels), brain health and mood (the brain is nearly 60% fat, by the way...), skin and hair health (improved suppleness and durability of the tissues) , and cardiovascular health are among many. They can also boost athletic performance and recovery. Science tells us that DHA and EPA supplementation might even speed recovery by reducing the amount of time it takes for muscles to adapt to a training stimulus....meaning omega-3s may help build muscle, as well!
What Foods Best for DHA and EPA?
Marine algae and animals that eat marine algae, like fish (salmon) and seafood. But this comes with financial and environmental challenges, like cost and meat toxicity in the waters.
How to Find the Best Omega 3 supplements?
It's simple, look for oils sourced from non-toxic, WILD caught fish, those that are still immersed in oil (not dried or powdered, of course), and ideally concentrated to avoiding having to make too many pills. But there's 1 catch! The recommended amount of Omega 3 intake per day is actually quite low for the benefits we are looking for, especially when it comes to peak health, fitness, and performance. So you'll need to look for a supplement with at least 1000mg per day. Ideally 2,000 with a balanced mix of EPA, DHEA, and DPA.
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