What is Omega-3 Good For?
Mounting research suggests that the omega-3 fatty acids in fish oils can provide plenty of possible benefits to the human body—including mood, brain health, inflammation, heart health, body composition and more.
Whether you’ve received advice from a nutritionist or other healthcare practitioner, or are simply exploring the potential benefits of incorporating omega-3 supplements as part of a naturally healthy lifestyle, we’ve compiled some of the top potential benefits of omega-3 fish oil when it comes to health maintenance and preventative health.
Read on to learn more about what studies are suggesting omega-3 is good for:
- What Is Omega-3?: An introduction on what omega-3 fatty acids are, and what they can do for you.
- Omega-3 for Weight Loss: Yes, it’s a fat, but omega-3 can help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight and improve body composition!
- DHA for Heart Health: Learn how supplementing with DHA may be one of the best things you can do for your heart.
- Fish Oil Benefits for Athletes: Fish oil is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids that offer numerous potential health benefits for everyone, as well as a variety of performance-supporting outcomes for athletes.
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