Jeannette Bessinger discusses the facts about omega three fatty acids
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Speaker: What are Omega 3 fatty acids? Jeannette Bessinger: Omega 3 fatty acids are one of two categories of oil or fats, another one being Omega 6s that are categories as essential fats; that means your body can manufacture them on their own, on its own and it needs to get them from a food source. Omega 3s and Omega 6s play a crucial role in brain functioning, and there have been a lot of studies now today, demonstrating that Omega 3 fatty acids will reduce inflammation in the body, which can lead complications like heart disease down the line.
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