Ω I get my omegas from my food.
Ω See it on food labels but really don't know what it is.
Ω I take fish oil supplements as we don't get enough from our food.
Ω I eat fish 2-3x per week so I am good.
Ω My doctor and the Heart & Stroke Foundation tell me I need them.
Ω They are good for my heart.
Ω I take a plant oil supplement because I am a vegan.
Ω They are suppose to be good for my pain.
Ω What are they exactly?
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What are Omegas? What happens if I am deficient? How do I make sure I get enough omegas? Asking questions is a first step. If you fit into any of the above keep on reading.
Firstly, if you don't know why you need them then how are you suppose to react when planning or budgeting to get all the valuable nutrients in your healthy supplement routine and/or diet?
Thirdly begs the question, why am I deficient especially if I take omegas?
Essential...yes, the body does not produce them so you must get them from an outside source.
Valuable...you make that judgement. Many people say we need them and they are essential.
BIG Value...just look at all the symptoms/afflictions and if there is any grain of truth then what are your options for getting them.
What are some symptoms of Omega 3 deficiencies?
Fatigue, Poor Memory, Immune Weakness, Dry Skin, Hair Loss, Heart Problems, Reproductive Problems, Mood Swings, Poor Circulation, Anxiety, Schizophrenia, BiPolar Disorder, Discoloured Patches of Skin, Rash, Dry Stiff Tangled Hair, Dandruff, Brittle or Splitting Nails, Premenstrual Breast Pain, Dry Eyes, Frequent Infections, Soft Nails, Frequent Urination (guys? get up in the middle of the night to visit the bathroom?), Irritability, Excessive Thirst, Alligator Skin, Patches of Pale Skin on Cheeks, Poor Wound Healing
What are the complications/afflictions of Omega 3 deficiencies?
Acne, Aging, Aids, Allergies, Alzheimers, Angina, Arthritis, Asthma, Atherosclerosis, Atopy Dermatitis, Attention Deficit Disorder, Autism, Autoimmune Disorder, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Cystic Fibrosis, Cardiovascular Disorder, Crohn's Disease, Depression, Diabetes, Dyslexia, Dysmenorrhea, Eczema...
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Fatty Liver, Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, Hyperactivity, Immune Deficiencies, Kidney Disease, Ligament Injuries, Learning Disorders, Lupus, Macular Degeneration, Menopause, Mental Illness, Multiple Sclerosis, Obesity, Pregancy, Prostate Cancer, Psoriasis, Raynaud's Disease, Rheumatiod Arthritis, Schizophrenia, Stroke, Ulcerative Colitis.
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How many do you have? Even one of the above would indicate a deficiency or an imbalance. Omegas are vital for the health of the gut which appears to present in all of the above. Why?
For what science knows today, essential fatty acids or omegas is part of every cell membrane. You have trillion of cells. These cells continuously turn over to make new cells or a new you over a year or so. Cells make the organs work which make the systems (ie. Nervous System) work. Try fitting through a door that is opened one inch. The door will not budge. These membranes control what goes in and out of the cell like your house door would for those coming and going. Put in the wrong fats and the doors do not work.
For every disease, symptom, ache, pain, injury, infection, there is an inflammatory component which only seems like a logical reaction because the immune system is participating. But what happens when you do not manage the inflammation? Chronic inflammation occurs and the body starts to display ongoing symptoms, discomforts, etc. which may lead to such diseases like cancer. This is a state of Fungation where the cells are not surviving on oxygen, from aerobic to now anaerobic.
For every function and reaction in your body, the brain plays a role. Each nerve in your body relies on Omega 3. So how valuable is Omega 3?
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How to Balance. Your choices: plant (must be converted - many conditions like diabetes, obesity, digestive disorders will interfere), fish oils (different molecular structure - like a square peg in a round hole), and/or mammalian oils (mid 1990's seal oil discovery by Memorial University.)
If Omegas or Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) are not at the top of your list for good health keep on learning and only by experiencing will you fully understand the benefits for you.
To learn more about the balance connect with Cheryl Millett at the Toronto Health Exchange where education is a priority, good health is a choice. On-going lectures and workshops are listed in the calendar.
For consultations, please contact Cheryl Millett. Eat well! Think well! Be well!
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