Often when people decide to take a look at their health, they focus on what they should cut out of their diet, but could your body need more Omega-3s?
Dr. Andrew Ordon says that Omega-3s:
- Are important for cognitive brain health
- May support healthy blood flow in the arteries
- May benefit skin, hair, and eyes
One way you can get Omega-3s is from mackerel, tuna, walnuts, and tofu, but the amount of Omega-3s that are in these foods is typically not listed on nutritional labels. He notes that some have said that they have found that diet alone is not enough for them and that an Omega-3 supplement may help them get what they feel their diet may be lacking.
As always, talk to your healthcare provider before taking any supplements.
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