omega 3

A major study found supplements do very little to protect against heart disease, stroke or early death.
Fish oils - and in turn omega-3 fatty acids, particularly DHA - have also been shown to play a very important role in the development of the central nervous system (the brain). So much so that it's been suggested that feeding fish oils to puppies can improve their memory retention and make them easier to train.
When looking at our skin and how we take care of it, we must consider it as another organ of the body that needs nourishing and keeping healthy. Did you know that, 60% of what we put on our skin from lotions and potions is absorbed? That's right! Your skin is nourished by what you put on it as well as by what you eat - so, from the inside and out!
Eating oily fish could reduce the risk of death among people with bowel cancer, a new study has found.  Researchers said
Eating oily fish could reduce the risk of death among people with bowel cancer, a new study has found.  Researchers said
Eating oily fish regularly could improve your chances of survival if you suffer from a heart attack, a new study suggests
Your pudgy pooch may look adorable but the extra fat he's carrying is sabotaging his health and significantly increasing his risk of many other diseases. Arthritis is a classic inflammatory condition and excess fat creates inflammation.
The British Dietetic Association (BDA) recommends eating two portions of fish a week, of which, one should be oily fish, such as salmon or mackerel. However, since there is no specific recommendation of a dose for Omega-3 for the general population, it is extremely difficult to understand if you are consuming enough of the right Omegas.