Omega-3 and Omega 6

Among the different lipids of nutritional interest, two of them deserve our attention: linoleic acid (LA) and alpha linoleic acid. These fatty acids are essential to our health, because of the inability of our body to compose them automatically, they must necessarily be imported through our diet. These two important ingredients, with the help of enzymes, are converted into other polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs). In particular, linoleic acid is the precursor of the omega 6 fatty acids, while from the A-linoleic acid we have the analogues of the omega 3 series.

What exactly does Omega 6 and Omega 3 need?

Initially, they help reduce lymphoma, especially Omega 3, reducing triglycerides, while Omega 6 mainly improves the cholesterol profile. Omega 3 also has a very basic role in dyslipidemias that are triggered or exacerbated by type 2 diabetes. Omega 3 helps to lower blood pressure, both in healthy and in people with primary arterial hypertension. The benefits not only include cholesterol and stress, it helps in the physical condition, blood and circulation in general. With a proper ratio and quantity, Omega 3 and Omega 6 are anti-inflammatory and reduce the condition of systemic inflammation. In addition, they prevent arteriosclerosis, fluidize plasma and reduce platelet aggregation. All these results, combined with a proper diet, reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. Here you will find what we recommend

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