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THE SCIENCE BEHIND OMEGA OILS & FATTY ACIDS

Learn all about omega oils, healthy fats and EPA and DHA

Omega oils and healthy fats is often an overwhelming topic for many people but it doesn't have to be.  Keep reading as we make sense of it all.

 

Terms & Defintions:

 

Omega Oils: type of fatty acids found in plant and animal sources.  Believed to have health benefits and anti-aging properties.  The body cannot generate omega oils so it must be consumed through dietary means.

 

Fatty Acids /Essential Fatty Acids:  unsaturated fatty acid vital to the health and proper functioning of the human body.  Again the body cannot manufacture it so it needs to be supplemented through dietary sources. 

 

Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids: are the healthy fats your body needs for the proper growth, health and function of its systems.  The body needs to consume poly-unsaturated fats or essential fatty acids through dietary measures because it cannot manufacture them within the body unlike saturated fats and mono-saturated fats.

 

The two poly unsaturated fatty acids that the body cannot generate are both linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid. These essential fatty acids can but turned into EPA & DHA.

 

The Three Main Types of Essential Fatty Acids

> Arachnoidic acid, Linoleic acid, and Linolenic acid.

- Arachnoidic Acid: a long chain polyunsaturated acid commonly found in animal tissues, fish, eggs, liver and brain.  Also known as an Omega 6 fatty acid , it is considered three times more potent than Linoleic acid. 

 

It plays a crucial role in the success of cellular signaling which helps the body communicate and coordinate cellular activities.  When cellular signaling is compromised diseases like cancer, diabetes and autoimmune diseases often follow.

 

- Linoleic Acid (belongs to Omega-6 family):  an omega-6 essential fatty acid that is found in most vegetable oils like linseed oil, sunflower oil, safflower oil and more.

 

The proper development and growth of infants depends on Linoleic acid and helps produce prostaglandin's which needs to be replenished to support the health of the body.  Helpful for achieving healthy looking skin, helps individuals who struggle with cystic fibrosis and multiple sclerosis, supports a healthy pregnancy and works to prevent cancer.

 

- Linolenic Acid (belongs to Omega 3 family) (ALA & GLA):  a polyunsaturated essential fatty acid also referred to as Alpha-Linolenic Acid or Gamma Linolenic Acid found in many seed derived oils.  The body needs this fatty acid to produce eicosanoids which are known to poses anti-inflammatory and other therapeutic properties.

 

EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid):  an omega-3 fatty poly-unsaturated acid that needs to be consumed through commercial sources like Spirulina or fish. 

 

DHA (docosahexaenoic acid):  a long chain poly-unsaturated fatty acid essential to cell health, brain and neural tissue function.  Fish and seafood are primary source otherwise it needs the body to convert it through Linolenc Acid (ALA).

 


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