FAQ's
1) What is Omega-3?
Omega-3 fatty acids are considered essential fatty acid. They are necessary for human health but the body can’t make them and hence you have to get them through food. Also known as polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA’s). Omega-3 fatty acid plays a crucial role in brain function, as well as normal growth & development.
2) What are essential fatty acids?
Fatty acid make up all fats in our body & certain fatty acid are important to human health because they are used to build & maintain all bodily functions well within the body.Essential fatty acids are nutrient that your body needs but can’t create on its own. To get essential fatty acids you have to eat them.
3) What's the difference between omega-3 fatty acids from flax and those found in fish oil?
Flax is very high in the omega-3 fat ALA (alpha-linolenic acid). This is the "essential" omega-3 fat because our bodies need it to be healthy. However, because our bodies don't produce it, we must consume it from other sources, like flax. Other omega-3 fats, EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), found in fatty fish, are vital for health, but not "essential," because our bodies can make them from ALA. All of these omega-3 fatty acids help decrease inflammation, which is a trigger for heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and arthritis. Flax is unique in that it also is a rich source of lignans, phytoestrogens that may reduce risk of cancer, as well as a rich source of fiber, which lowers cholesterol and maintains digestive health. Although fish doesn't have these benefits, it is a good source of protein. Fish can contain traces of mercury, and the FDA advises women who are pregnant, nursing, or may become pregnant, as well as young children, to avoid eating certain fish.
4) Can I get too much Omega-3?

This is very unlikely. Most people are at risk of getting too little Omega-3 not too much. You would have to eat excessive amount of food with Omega-3 before it would be detrimental to your health.To promote optimal health, consume the amount of Omega-3 recommended by your doctor, registered dietitian/nutritionist or other qualified health professional.


5) Is it safe to take Omega-3 while I am pregnant?
Yes, It is safe & recommended by health professional. DHA is essential to development of your baby's brain & eyes. It’s important that your growing child gets plenty of DHA during fetal development & throughout the early years of life.Research suggests that Omega-3 during pregnancy also promotes good fetal health & a healthy pregnancy.


6) Is Omega-3 for adult only?
No. Omega-3 promotes good health throughout every life stage from pregnancy, infancy & childhood to young adults & seniors.
7) Is Omega-3 safe for children?
Yes, Numerous studies have shown that omega-3 is safe for children & is needed to support the development of healthy brains, eyes & nerves.

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