Omega-3

Healthy fats are now well known as an important part of a good diet. Smartly processed oils such as coconut oil, non-GMO cold-pressed canola oil, cold-pressed camelina oil, avocado oil, flaxseed oil, and hempseed oil provide nutritious benefits. Only keep in mind that even healthy fat overconsumption can have a negative effect on our health.


The primary fatty acids in omega-3 are alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and DHA. Obtaining sufficient concentrations of these three fatty acids is considered vital for the health of both the heart and the brain.

In April 2016, a global initiative established a recommended daily intake of 500 mg of ALA / DHA, equal to about two 4 oz (113 g) portions of fatty fish per week, such as salmon, rainbow trout or sardines. Additionally, a routine omega-3 supplement is a good way to ensure the recommended amounts are met.


Omega-3 oil supplements are available in the form of liquids and tablets. Many people find it difficult to drink a pill. A simple solution is to pin the capsule and squeeze the contents into a drink like best multivitamin for men.

Omega-3 Rich Foods

  • mackerel
  • hempseed oil
  • chia seeds
  • flaxseed oil
  • soy
  • walnuts
  • salmon
  • sardines