Why Women Need Omega-3

Essential Omega-3 fats EPA and DHA boost womens health throughout every life stage.

Why Women Need Omega-3

Omega-3 for Women’s Health

Omega-3 fats EPA and DHA are essential for women’s health. Find out the benefits throughout a woman’s life.

Healthy Nutrition

Fat is part of a healthy diet for women. Essential Fats such as Omega-3s EPA and DHA promote women’s health throughout every life stage. Theses stages include infancy, childhood, teens, young adulthood, pregnancy, adult and the senior years. When you hear studies about the health benefits of omega-3 fats, they are usually referring to EPA and DHA, the essential fatty acids.

Essential Fatty Acids for Good Health

The really important fatty acids are the “essential fatty acids” considered “essential” as the body cannot make them and therefore they must be obtained daily through diet or supplementation. The best source of omega-3 is oily fish (sardines, salmon, anchovies, fresh tuna and mackerel). Oily fish provides the most beneficial and active fatty acids, commonly referred to as EPA and DHA. Surprisingly, a massive 89% of Irish people are not consuming sufficient oily fish in their diet, so often there is a need to supplement with a good quality omega-3 product. Omega-3 fatty acids are the building blocks of every living cell in the human body. They are absolutely necessary for normal health and development. Without them, cells can’t function, renew, or maintain themselves properly. Omega 3s support brain, eye, and heart health throughout life.

Skin, Hair and Nails

Nourish your skin, hair and nails with Omega-3 for glowing, hydrated skin. Omega-3 supports a healthy skin inflammatory response, which is greatly a positive aspect for clearer skin. These are just one reason, among many, why we love Omega-3 and the wonderful benefits it has on our skin. Fatty acids can act as natural moisturizers that revitalize dry skin from the inside out.

Shiny, nearly silky hair is typically what most women strive for but aren’t sure how to achieve these beautiful locks. For healthy, shiny hair, you need proper nutrition. Omega-3 fatty acids nourish your hair follicles for stronger, shinier hair that grows faster, and your nails will also become stronger and less brittle.

Exercise Performance and Recovery

Omega-3 is vital for performance and exercise recovery. It plays an important role in thinning the blood and reducing inflammation throughout the body. This includes in the blood vessels, the joints and elsewhere. By reducing inflammation, you can shorten your recovery time by reducing soreness and stiffness after a workout. Omega-3s play a pivotal role in mental performance, and they support better concentration and focus.

Female Brain Health

For brain power, you need to fuel your brain. Omega-3 is really beneficial for brain health. The importance of these fatty acids becomes most obvious when they are lacking. People who don’t get enough omega-3s in their diet can become demotivated, disinterested, forgetful and may experience low mood, while serious deficiency can lead to an increased risk of developing conditions such as ADD, dyslexia, depression and Alzheimer’s.

Whether you are doing exams or just looking to increase brain power, Eskimo Brain 369 will get you focused in no time.

How Much Do I Need?

Studies show that you need 250mg DHA daily to support brain health. Eating oily fish twice a week provides a healthy dose of omega-3 EPA/DHA. Otherwise, you can choose a high quality fish oil supplement such as Eskimo Brain 369.

Omega-3 Women's Benefits

Benefits of Omega-3 for a Woman

Customer Testimonial

“I have used Eskimo-3 fish oils over the past year and have found them unbelievably beneficial. My mum introduced them to me for exams. While at first I was reluctant, I was extremely grateful and tried them. Within 1 to 2 days, I felt sharper and more focused. After a few weeks, my skin was smooth and clear, which I also attribute to the product. It is a natural, affordable and an amazing product, which I have recommended to friends.”

Claire Breen, Dublin

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