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One of several types of fatty fish that contains omega 3, which is anti-inflammatory.
The album—a lean and loud thing; puffed up but never obnoxiously self-important—descends as the omega of Beyoncé and Jay-Z's years-long saga of woe and redemption.
The yolk contains vitamins A, D, E and K, as well as omega 3 fatty acids.
Chefs in Curaçao have developed recipes featuring the omega 3-rich lionfish, and one local business is using the fish to create artisanal jewelry.
Image The Honeybrains cafe in Manhattan’s NoHo neighborhood serves curry cauliflower bowls, turmeric omega juice shots and mood-boosting supplements all intended to enhance mind and body.
Side effects from omega 3 fatty acids can include burping up a fishy taste, stomach distress, and heartburn.
The science seems vague, but there’s some evidence that CBD stimulates hair growth when applied to the scalp because of the omega fatty acids.
Doctors also recommend reducing your supplement intake (think: vitamin E, omega 3s, etc.) for the same reason.
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OMEGA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of omega for English Language Learners
: the 24th and last letter of the Greek alphabet
medical Definition of omega
- omega oxidation of fatty acids
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