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- Brain health
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Contributes to maintaining normal blood pressure.
Omega-3 is the umbrella term for a group of essential fatty acids that are important for a number of functions in the human body.
Being an essential fat means that your body can’t just make it- you need to get it from food. While certain kinds of omega-3s exist in trace amounts in nuts, seeds, and oils, the best source is truly from fish.
Depending on various factors - where you live, dietary restrictions, or simple dislike for fish - , it isn’t always easy to enjoy 3-5 servings of fish each week.
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