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Omega 3 Fatty Acid And Krill Oil

By Erik Loebl

This post pertains to the best source for Antarctic krill oil and Omega 3, since essential fatty acids are such an important topic. This is an undisputed fact, your body needs these fats, and that is why they are called essential fats.

Your body doesn’t make them, so you have to consume them from the outside.

Basically there are 2 types of Omega 3 fats, 1 from plants and 1 from animals.

The Omega 3 fats from plants has a fat called “ALA”. Flax seeds, hemp seeds, cheese seeds, and others are ways to consume these vital fats into the body.. It is ideal to use the fresh and whole seed.. It is preferred that you grind seeds, like flax, fresh before you eat them..

Put them into a miracle whey protein shake with some raw eggs.

Processed oil is the other way of consuming these fats.. When choosing this method, you must be really careful to get the oil from a reliable source. The large amount of double bonds in the Omega 3 molecule creates considerable challenges.. Oxidation damage threatens the double bonds in the molecules.. As a result of this oxidation, when they are exposed to air, they become rancid, and then they are not going to perform the function they need to give you and your family the health you deserve. So that is the reason why you need to get them fresh.

We all need plant based Omega 3, the problem is that most experts are recommending that we can get and meet ALL of our Omega 3 fatty needs from plants. Your need for Omega 3 cannot be all met through plants, this topic is very debatable, so your own research is advised..

Your own analysis and research should comprise your decision and not some “expert’s” opinion..

Want more info on this important supplement? Visit our site and find a link to the highest quality krill oil available.

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Loebl, Erik "Omega 3 Fatty Acid And Krill Oil." Omega 3 Fatty Acid And Krill Oil. 7 Jul. 2010. 27 Jul 2014 <>.

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