You’ve undoubtedly heard of fatty acids at some point. These fatty acids, otherwise known as Omega-3, are vital nutrients the body is unable to synthesize meaning they can typically only be obtained through diet or supplements. Medical organizations like the American Heart Association and others have advised people to eat oily fish a few times a week to get adequate omega-3 levels in their diets. But what if, for whatever reason, you can’t or don’t want to eat fish or still seem to have problems getting adequate levels of Omega-3?
Not having enough Omega-3 can cause all kind of undesirable side effect like memory issues, fatigue, heart problems, dryness of skin, poor circulation, mood swings and/or depression, so having balanced levels of Omega-3 should definitely be one of your top health priorities.
Omega-3 oils help a wide array of biological processes and when kidney function is impaired this is particularly important. Along with chronic kidney disease, comes quite a great deal of inflammation throughout the body. Omega-3 supports better inflammatory response and can help ease the pain associated with kidney disease inflammation.
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