What is omega-3% and what affects them?
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Omega-3% tells you how much of your total fatty acid count is omega-3, a good polyunsaturated fat in your blood.

Omega-3 improves blood flow, lowers inflammation and is therefore good for your heart’s health. Your body can’t naturally produce all types of omega-3, like the alpha-linolenic acid. So, you need to include things like oily fish and vegetable oils in your diet.

Try to maintain a high level of omega-3%.

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