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    Omega 3 Fatty Acids

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    How would I respond to my roommates statement that because omega-3 fatty acids are advertise as being so beneficial for our body then it means if we increase our intake the benefits will be much greater for us. I will start by suggesting that we should do our own small research of the cons and pros of the omega-3 fatty acid and not believe all the advertisers right away. We would agree that to much of anything is definitely not good for our body and theirs always two sides to any story or research. My research of the omega-3 thought me that this fatty acid is necessary for the basic components of the cell walls. It is also crucial for the formation retina in unborn child and their nervous system. They are beneficial for the heart and in some cases they help and prevent the further spreading of cancer cells. Foods carrying these fatty acids are strip of their vitamins in the small intestine then carried through the good stream were needed.…

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    Omega-3 Fatty Acids Omega-3 fatty acids play a big role in a number of bodily functions. They are a group of polyunsaturated fatty acids and are usually found in fatty fish such as salmon, tuna and trout in the form of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) (NIH, 2017). Another type of omega-3, called alpha-linolenic acid, is found mainly in plants. Omega-3 fatty acids play a role in muscle activity, blood clotting, digestion, fertility, cell division and growth, brain…

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    OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS 1) Structure Figure 1.1 The omega-3 fatty acids are also known as ω-3 fatty acids or n-3 fatty acids which contain a long chain of polyunsaturated fatty acids and the chain ranges from 18 to 22 carbon atoms (Collins J.J., 2010). The fatty acids have two ends; the carboxylic acid end (-COOH) and the methyl end (-CH3). The carboxylic acid end is considered the starting of chain which is “alpha” and methyl chain is considered as the tail of the long chain…

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    Fish Oil Benefits

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    Fish oil is a popularly dietary supplement. This oil is derived from the fatty tissues of cold water, oily fish. It is a rich source of two essential omega 3 fatty acids called EPA and DHA. Omega 3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids, meaning that the body cannot make them and must be obtained from the diet. These fatty acids are now relatively rare in modern diets, which results in an imbalance that promotes several diseases and drives inflammation. Taking fish oil supplements regularly has…

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    (2013). Theimpact of estradiol and 1,25(OH)2D3 on metabolic syndrome in middle-aged Taiwanesemales. PLoS ONE, 8(3), e60295. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0060295De la Iglesia, R., Loria-Kohen, V., Zulet, M.A., Martinez, J.A., Reglero, G. & Ramirez deMolina, A., (2016). Dietary strategies implicated in the prevention and treatment ofmetabolic syndrome. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 17(11), 1-21. doi:10.3390/ijms17111877Fish and Omega-3 Fatty Acids. (n.d.). Retrieved March 09, 2017,…

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    people always afraid of the toxins from pesticides. There is no doubt that fewer pesticides can make people healthier. Moreover, organic foods contain many additional nutrition that help human body. In the book which written by Givens, I.Baxter, S.Minihane. They said that organic foods are healthier than conventional food. (Health benefits of organic food: effects of the environment, 2008) The nutrition benefit of organic food can be seen in Givens’ book. 1. “n-3 Fatty Acid Content of Organic…

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    Fish Oil Research Paper

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    if increasing fish oil would be more beneficial, a study done by Fritsch et al, did. In that study, three different foods were fed. One group received Food A, the second group received Food B, and the third group received Food C. Food A was considered the baseline food, and each food contained more fish oil respectively (Food C containing the most, and Food A containing the least). The difference in amount of EPA, DHA, and ALA between Food A and Food C were significant. Food A had .45 % EPA,…

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    Although people state that there are lower EPA and DHA of omega-3 fatty acids intake in vegetarian diets, vegetarians are still reported to have less negative mood and depression. With the proof of the Depression Anxiety Stress Scale (DASS) and the Profile of Mood States (POMS), these two tests have illuminated that “the vegetarian diets are not likely associated with poor mood states or depression as compared to omnivorous diets, despite negligible sources of the long-chain omega-3 fats.” This…

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    large (2003). Recommended doses (all administered 3 times daily) include the following: 300 mg dry powdered extract; 0.25 to 1.25 mL liquid extract; 1 to 2 mL tincture; 2 to 3 mL expressed juice; 0.5 to 1 g dried root or tea. If administering Echinacea to a child, first talk a herbal specialist to know what kind of dose is needed. Adults should take it with food and a large glass of water. Taking it orally can cause temporary tingling and numbness of the mouth. It should be taken 3 times a day…

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    trigger inflammation and others suppress it. Some of the foods that are pro-inflammatory include: Animal fats (corn-fed beef, dark meat and skin of poultry, pork, duck Hydrogenated fats (trans fat) Fried foods (fried in saturated,hydrogenated or polyunsaturated fats) Sweets (sugar, candy, cookies, cakes, ice cream, donuts, sweet drinks) Refined grains (white bread, pasta, white rice) Processed foods (chips, crackers, fries, cold cuts, hot dogs, canned meats) Dairy products (especially full fat…

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