Omega 3 and why yes // Omega 3 e por que sim.

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There's a sad phenomenon in my town and region that when you talk seriously about Omega3 people laugh and automatically remember an Omega3 brand host who had a bizarre, wavering voice that sounded like an uncontrolled, chaotic vibrato. So that automatically the person ignores the Omega3 subject and will talk about the woman's voice. But who knows if I write about it, someone will take it seriously.


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Unfortunately we are not ice people, fishing for seals in the morning and consuming their melted fat for an invigorating breakfast, we grew up bombarded by vegetable oils in this devastating enterprise of the current health system that assumed that vegetable fats would beneficially replace the natural fats that our grandparents and great-grandparents lived. using for generations. Our natural intake of Omega3 is extremely low, not to say "rare" and we barely understand the level of interference this has on our health when looked at over the long term.


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Omega3 has been studied for a long time and already has enough evidence of its health potential, particularly in terms of inflammation. For those who don't understand the concept of inflammation (when we talk about food and health in general), just understand that some foods (sugar and wheat, mainly) are extremely inflammatory for our body, it's practically like taking diluted poison, so that an irritation will permeate your intestines, stomach, veins and brain. Yes, brain. Behind the syndromes of the century (there are many), we have inflamed people, bombarding themselves day after day with more inflammers.

Furthermore, it is already known that the EPA present in Omega3 plays an important role in balancing our brain health, greatly improving anxiety and depression symptoms. DHA, another acid present in Omega3, is very important for people with attention deficit and hyperactivity, or classic symptoms of a tired and unproductive mind, such as "Brain Fog", for example.


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I won't go into too much depth so as not to make the text tiring, but we still have benefits for the eyes, for the viscosity of the blood, for the baby's development and the care of the pregnant woman, reduction of cardiac risks, helps in the correction of the metabolic syndrome, improvement the situation of autoimmune diseases, protects and prevents the advance of Alzheimer's among many other things.

Omega3 is present in many foods, but due to our limitations (whether local or financial), we have great difficulty in meeting the minimum needs of this oil. Its cost is currently much lower than in the past and it is a health investment that should definitely not be overlooked. Although the content is short, I hope it was interesting for you! Thanks for reading and voting!


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Thômas Helon Blum

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Existe um fenômeno triste em minha cidade e região, que quando você comenta sério sobre Omega3 as pessoas dão risada e lembram automaticamente de uma apresentadora de uma marca de Omega3 que tinha uma voz bizarra e oscilante que parecia um vibrato descontrolado e caótico. De forma que automaticamente a pessoa ignora o assunto Omega3 e vai falar sobre a voz da mulher. Mas quem sabe se eu escrever sobre isso, alguém leve a sério.


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Infelizmente não somos povos do gelo, pescando focas pela manhã e consumindo sua gordura derretida como desjejum revigorante, crescemos bombardeados por óleos vegetais nessa empreitada devastadora do sistema vigente de saúde que supôs que gorduras vegetais substituiriam com benefícios as gorduras naturais que nossos avós e bisavós viviam utilizando por gerações. Nosso consumo natural de Omega3 é extremamente baixo, para não dizer "raro" e mal compreendemos o nível de interferência que isso tem em nossa saúde quando observada à longo prazo.


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O Omega3 vem sendo estudado há muito tempo e já tem provas suficientes de seu potencial na saúde, principalmente em termos de inflamação. Para quem não compreende o conceito de inflamação (quando falamos no sentido alimentar e de saúde em geral), é só compreender que alguns alimentos (acúcar e trigo, principalmente) são extremamente inflamatórios para nosso corpo, é praticamente como tomar veneno diluído, de forma que uma irritação irá permear seu intestino, estômago, veias e cérebro. Sim, cérebro. Por trás das sindromes do século (são várias), temos pessoas inflamadas, bombardeando-se dia após dia com mais inflamadores.

Além disso, é já sabido que o EPA presente no Omega3 tem importante função para equilibrar nossa saúde cerebral, melhorando muito os sintomas de ansiedade e depressão. Já o DHA, outro ácido presente no Omega3, é muito importante para pessoas com déficit de atenção e hiperatividade, ou sintomas clássicos de uma mente cansada e pouco produtiva, como o "Brain Fog", por exemplo.


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Não vou me aprofundar muito para não tornar o texto cansativo, mas temos ainda benefícios para os olhos, para a viscosidade do sangue, para o desenvolvimento do bebê e o cuidado da gestante, diminuição dos riscos cardíacos, auxilia na correção da síndrome metabólica, melhora a situação de doenças auto-imunes, protege e evita o avanço do Alzheimer entre muitas outras coisas.

O Omega3 é presente em muitos alimentos, mas devido nossa limitação (seja local ou financeira), temos grande dificuldade em suprir as necessidades mínimas desse óleo. Seu custo atualmente está bem mais baixo do que no passado e é um investimento para a saúde que definitivamente não deveria ser negligenciado. Apesar de curto o conteúdo, espero que tenha sido interessante para você! Obrigado pela leitura e voto!


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Thômas Helon Blum

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Oh lord! You made another one!

I find this very enlightening and educative and I want you to know that you just made it known to our knowledge how important and necessary omega 3 is.

Kudos, man. Well done. 👏🏻


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There's a sad phenomenon in my town and region that when you talk seriously about Omega3 people laugh and automatically remember an Omega3 brand host who had a bizarre, wavering voice that sounded like an uncontrolled, chaotic vibrato.

I have not heard about it so far, but now I looked it up.
Although I found only a French singing band, which is not even that bad.

So that automatically the person ignores the Omega3 subject and will talk about the woman's voice. But who knows if I write about it, someone will take it seriously.

Now you got at least one person. Me. Hopefully others will read this too.

DHA, another acid present in Omega3, is very important for people with attention deficit and hyperactivity, or classic symptoms of a tired and unproductive mind, such as "Brain Fog", for example.

This is the first time I hear about DHA. Probably most people have not heard about it either so far. I looked this up too. Good to know that DHA is also a component part of every cell of our bodies.

I won't go into too much depth so as not to make the text tiring, but we still have benefits for the eyes, for the viscosity of the blood, for the baby's development and the care of the pregnant woman, reduction of cardiac risks, helps in the correction of the metabolic syndrome, improvement the situation of autoimmune diseases, protects and prevents the advance of Alzheimer's among many other things.

This should be teached in schools. We should definitely consume more Omega 3.

Apart from fish, which other foods are we likely to get omega3 from?

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