Omega-3’s are unsaturated fatty acids commonly found in fish oils that play an important role in brain health. Omega 3’s are classified as an essential fat for normal growth and development but is not naturally produced by the body.However, Omega 3 can easily be ingested through various food sources or as a supplement. Foods that contain significantly high levels of Omega 3 include walnuts, flax seeds, fish, algae, and krill . Omega-3’s are highly concentrated in the brain and is an essential fatty acid used to repair, maintain and grow cell membranes to ensure proper cellular function .
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With a Meal on a Long-Term Basis
500-1000 mg per serving
1. Havard T.H. Chan. (2013). Omega-3 Fatty Acids: An Essential Contribution. Harvard School of Public Health