Sunday, 14 October 2012

The Truth about Omega 3's.


Omega 3, secret to glowing skin is contained in its revitalizing benefits. Omega 3’s are essential fatty acids. Now don’t be alarmed; there’s nothing wrong with these fatty acids; Omega 3 keeps your skin moist and prevents sagging.

Nutrisionist, have found these supplements as very rich in Fish oil,that help the skin though they are essential for the human body, the body by its self cannot produce them so we have to get them through foods that contain them,can be found in Fish such as, tuna and salmon,other sea food, nuts and oil.
Also,Omega 3 fatty acids plays a crucial role in brain development and body growth as well.it also lowers the risk of chronic diseases such as heart attack, cancer and arthritis.

One of the visually beneficial aspects of omega-3 fish oil is vibrant, youthful looking skin. So what is the connection between omega-3's and healthy skin? One of the main reasons behind this correlation is how omega-3 affects blood vessels and the blood vessel supply in a positive way. You are only as old as your blood vessels.

This inflammation manifests itself on the skin with blemishes and becomes aggravated from sun exposure. We continuously create conditions of inflammation that our bodies must fight to heal. We can modulate the inflammation with omega-3's. If you suffer from premature wrinkles, dry skin, dandruff, cracked skin, or other very dry skin conditions, chances are you have a deficiency of Omega 3.

 Part of the beauty of Omega 3 is that it will moisturize your skin from deep inside.




TOP SOURCES.


  • Walnuts,Walnuts are rich in phytonutrients and are an excellent source of selenium, phosphorous, magnesium, zinc, iron, and calcium.
  • Beans, are low in fat and loaded with nutrients.

  • Enhanced Eggs ,these types of eggs have been altered with and have their calories counted.







  • Spinach,this food is low in Saturated Fat, and very low in Cholesterol.

  •  Fortified Milk,is milk that is enriched with vitamins. Most fortified milk contains vitamins A and D.
  • Cereal,is a food made from processed grains that is often eaten with the first meal of the day.


  • Omega 3 supplements,daily use sure helps the skin and keeps it moisturize on the inside and outside.                                                                                                                                             

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ZG