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Chia seeds, dietary staples of the Maya and Aztecs, are catching on in America for their omega-3 fatty acids and fiber content.
There is also evidence that consuming fish full of omega-3 fatty acids — salmon and tuna, for example — at least three times a week is protective against certain eye diseases.
Don’t smoke, exercise daily and follow a healthy diet rich in vegetables, fruits and lean protein primarily from fish high in omega-3 fatty acids (salmon, mackerel, tuna).
The flow of glymphatic fluid can change based on a person’s intake of omega-3 fatty acids, a study showed earlier this year.
Salmon: Salmon and other fatty fish contain omega-3 acids that can fuel shiny, full hair.
Saturated fats are rigid molecules, while omega-3 fats are flexible.
The fish is used in fish sandwiches, frozen fish sticks, omega-3 oils and surimi.
These alterations allow the microbes to produce the omega-3 fatty acids necessary for healthy metabolism in humans.
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