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You may have heard that Omega-3s are good for you, but did you know that they can be beneficial to several vital areas of your body?
Dr. Andrew Ordon explains that Omega-3s:
- May support healthy blood flow in the arteries
- Are important for cognitive brain health
- May help support joint health
- May benefit skin, hair, and eyes
One way you can get these important nutrients is by adding Omega-3 rich foods like walnuts, flax seeds and cold water fish to your daily diet. Some people find a supplement may help their intake of Omega-3s.
As always, talk to your healthcare provider before starting any supplements.