Omega-3s from fish are some of the most beneficial natural nutrients. Omega-3s have been linked to supporting a healthy brain and heart health. Unfortunately, the body cannot produce these nutrients on its own and it is difficult to get the recommended amount of Omega-3s every day, even if you are a seafood lover.
- Omega-3s from fish are one of the most beneficial sources of DHA and EPA.
- DHA is important to maintain healthy brain function.
- The body cannot produce these nutrients on its own, they have to be supplied by diet.
Why are Omega-3s Important?
Omega-3s are important nutrients that are critical for the normal production and functioning of cells, muscles, nerves and organs. In particular omega-3s support brain health. The majority of the brain is made up of fatty acids. Omega-3, in particular DHA, is part of the normal brain structure and can help with healthy ageing in adults.
What does it take to get the same level
To get the same levels of DHA and EPA found in Vitality Omega-3 (650mg DHA, 286mg EPA)† you would have to consume one of the following amounts of fish every day:
- 595g of lobster
- 595g scallops
- 510g cod
- 510 haddock
- 283g tuna
- 10 sardines
- 170g trout
- 85g salmon
or 1 dose of all new