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The power of Omega 3

1. Combats depression and anxiety

Depression is one of the most widespread conditions in the world. People are constantly plagued by all sorts of dangerous medicine and prescription drugs. Omega-3, the all-around beneficial fatty acid, is a natural remedy for depression and anxiety. Several studies support the antidepressant effects of this compound. People in the East who consume more fish have been found to be less depressed. These depression-fighting effects of omega-3 work for all ages and social groups. EPA omega-3s are the best for improving mental health.

2. Omega-3s build up cell walls

When levels are too low, you may experience dry skin, brittle hair, and thin nails that peel and crack. Omega-3 deficiency can cause rashes on the skin and dandruff as well. Fatigue and trouble sleeping.13/03/2019

3 Improves your vision significantly

There are three types of omega-3 fatty acids: ALA, EPA, and DHA. We're going to focus on the vision-restoring effects of DHA omega-3s now. The secret of its effects comes from one simple fact—it's already a structural component of the brain! It is usually tasked with improving the health of the retina. Aside from maintaining the health of the retina and the iris, the DHA omega-3 is responsible for one more thing: It protects us from macular degeneration which can cause vision impairment and blindness.

4. Ensures healthy brain development in infants and fetuses

Omega-3s are incredibly welcome during pregnancy. Mothers should take them to ensure both their good health and their newborn's. DHA is the main component here yet again. DHA makes up 40% of all polyunsaturated fatty acids in the entire brain. With such an abundant amount, it's no wonder it changes everything. In fact, DHA is a life changer for all babies. Moms having DHA supplementation during pregnancies saw their babies developing significantly faster. They were more intelligent, had better communication and saw fewer cases of ADHD.

5. Decreases chances of cardiovascular problems appearing

Heart attacks and strokes are always near the top of the list for causes of death around the globe. They are the so-called ambush killers. People neglect their health for years, and it strikes when they least expect it. However, fish-eating communities had almost no signs of these conditions. The reason? Omega-3s, of course! Omega-3 fatty acids have shown incredible capabilities to decrease all the important heart disease risk factors. These factors include triglycerides, blood pressure, LDL cholesterol and blood clots. Inflammation is also known to disappear for people consuming a lot of omega-3s.

6. Prevents ADHD symptoms from manifesting in children

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is an often misunderstood and shunned condition. Many children and adults suffer from this. It's bad enough with the symptoms alone, but it only gets worse with social rejection. Thankfully, there may finally be hope. That hope is in the form of a healthy fatty acid, omega-3. Several studies conducted on young children showed those who were given omega-3 supplements had much lighter symptoms than those who weren't. Because omega-3 is an essential compound of the brain, it improves concentration. You should also feel increased calmness.

7. Provides benefits for people with metabolic syndrome

Misdiagnosis of metabolic syndrome is common. It's a collection of conditions that get listed under the same name. This includes obesity in the core area, hypertension, high triglycerides and low HDL. It's generally a result of years of bad dieting and neglecting the body. It's bad on its own, but it can cause or worsen other conditions too—heart disease and diabetes in particular. Omega-3 acids can help you combat this dangerous condition. These fatty acids increase insulin resistance and decrease the risk factors for heart conditions.

8. Protects the body from inflammation

Inflammation is an essential part of your body's recovery system. It alerts us that something is wrong and helps fight off infections. Another important role it plays is repairing damage in the body. Inflammation is generally a good thing unless it persists for too long. It's the chronic form of inflammation that can cause damage. Long-term inflammation is the beginning of many forms of cancers and heart diseases. You can use omega-3 as a valuable inflammation stopper. Taking omega-3s can reduce the production of molecules that cause inflammation, helping to protect your body.

9. Safeguard against autoimmune diseases

Autoimmune diseases are among the most dangerous in existence because they turn your cells against you. The disease transforms healthy cells, so your body thinks they are foreign and starts attacking them. Type 1 diabetes is perhaps the most prominent. It attacks the healthy insulin-producing cells in the human pancreas. A revolutionary study has revealed the immense benefits of omega-3 in this area of medicine. Children who had enough omega-3 in the first year of their life had a lower risk of autoimmune disease. Your chance of getting lupus, multiple sclerosis, and psoriasis are all lessened with omega-3 consumption.

10. Helps with psychiatric disorders

What's one thing that everyone with a mental disorder has? The answer is an incredibly low amount of omega-3 acids within the brain. This area of psychiatry is still unexplored, but omega-3 is showing great promise. Many studies have shown its incredible effects on people with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. People who consume omega-3 supplements experienced much lighter symptoms than usual—mood swings reduced, and hallucinations became less frequent.

11. Omega-3 slows down mental decline and Alzheimer's

Mental decline is something we fear most when it comes to aging. We can comprehend our bodies becoming weaker, but a weakening mind is another thing. Thankfully, there's a lot you can do to improve your chances of being healthy mentally. One thing you can do is increase your omega-3 intake. People who eat more omega-3-rich fish have more grey matter in their brains. This is the most vital tissue in our heads; it processes information and memories and comprehends emotions.

How does Omega 3 get into your egg?

Our hens are on a special diet that includes linseed. Linseed enhances the Omega 3 levels of each and every single egg as well as it keeps our hens healthy and strong.

What effect has the pasture intake of the hens?

The pasture intake lowers the cholesterol levels in our egg.

These two factors combined ( Linseed and pasture intake) supply you with the ultimate nutrition bomb without a downside.

Overall, most of these organizations recommend a minimum of 250–500 mg combined EPA and DHA each day for healthy adults ( 2 , 3, 4 ). However, higher amounts are often recommended for certain health conditions.15/12/2019

What other sources of Omega 3 exist?

The main source of omega 3 is fatty fish such as salmon, tuna, herring and other cold-water fish.

Living fairly far from the sea I don’t find myself buying fish very often, even though I want our kids obviously to get as much goodness as possible for their development. The more I am excited to launch New Zealand’s first omega 3 egg. Two scrambled eggs for breaky and the kids are sorted for the day.

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