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Why Your Brain Needs Fatty Acid Omega 3? By Lipomic Healthcare

  in Wellness, Fitness and Diet | Published 2019-01-24 11:14:22 | 50 Reads | Unrated

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Fatty Acids Omega 3 is recommended to maintain a healthy brain which is a vital organ of the human body. An imbalance of omega 3 in your diet can create an impaired performance of the brain and cause cognitive diseases

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Omega 3 fatty acids play an important role to maintain healthy condition of your body. Omega 3 includes EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) which are essential components for the normal functioning of your brain. These fatty acids help to make cell membrane and promote the growth of brain cells.

Importance of omega 3 for your brain

Fatty Acids Omega 3 is recommended to maintain a healthy brain which is a vital organ of the human body.  An imbal

ance of omega 3 in your diet can create an impaired performance of the brain and cause cognitive diseases. The brain cells are made up of omega 3 fatty acids which attach cell membrane to increase fluidity. It is an essential part of the proper functioning of every brain cells. The fluidity of the brain’s cell membrane is advantageous for change and adaptation. Neurotransmitter receptors help to communicate information to the brain. Presence of right amount of omega 3 in the cell membrane of the brain assists neurotransmitters to function properly. Neurotransmitters also communicate information between the different body parts and the brain. Omega 3 also helps to increase BDNF (Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor) which influences the growth hormone to develop neurogenesis, the production of new neurons. Increasing of BDNF influences the development of intelligence, productivity, mood, emotion and memory including reduction of risk for neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.

Brain disorder due to low levels of omega 3 fatty acids

Low level of omega 3 causes brain disorders which include depression, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), bipolarism and schizophrenia. Normal aging of the brain can influence different factors of the brain like reduction of brain weight and volume and change in fatty acids content in the cell membrane of the brain cells. Due to the aging of your brain, there are more possibilities to develop neurodegenerative diseases. Intake of sufficient amount of omega 3 mainly DHA, can support to maintain a healthy brain.

Sources of omega 3 fatty acids

Omega 3 mainly consists of three types of fatty acids like EPA, DHA, and ALA (alpha-linolenic acid). EPA and DHA are the most essential for your brain. These are highly available in cold water fish like mackerel, tuna, salmon, halibut and grass-fed meats. Marine algae are also great sources of EPA and DHA. Herring, sardine, oyster, and anchovies are sources of the low level of omega 3 fatty acids. Plant foods mainly walnut and flaxseeds contain ALA. The people, who don’t eat fish or are unable to acquire sufficient omega 3, can use Lipomic Healthcare’s  Omega 3 Softgels as a supplement of omega 3. You can get this cost-effective supplement through online portals.

So, now that you know the importance of omega-3-fatty acids, make sure to include them in your diet.

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