What Are Omega-3s?
Omega-3 fatty acids are important in the regulation of physical, mental, emotional, and physiological deficiencies - a notion that has been recognized in more than 15,000 scientific papers.
Additionally, omega-3s play a crucial role in overall health maintenance throughout your entire life. To date, research shows that every cell in your body requires omega-3s to properly function.
Fish are Friends
Omega-3 fatty acids are produced by aquatic plants. Phytoplankton, for example, produce EPA and DHA - the most bioactive, and therefore the most benefit-providing, omega-3s. Ocean fish feed on high volumes of phytoplankton, making them a rich, highly concentrated dietary source of EPA and DHA.
You've heard it your whole life - "fish is brain food.". Now you know why.