In a healthy and balanced diet it’s important to have polyunsaturated fats, the omegas. These regulate the inflammatory response of our organism, have a fundamental role in the development and repair processes of the organism and stimulate the proper brain functioning.
Omegas 3, 6 and 9 are considered essential fatty acids, since our body needs them for a correct functioning, but cannot produce them, so it is essential to obtain them through food and / or supplementation.
Rocksprint's Omega 369 Advanced Complex is rich in these fatty acids. These have several functions:
- Omega 3: it has an anti-inflammatory action, protective of the cardiovascular system, keeps cholesterol and triglyceride levels regulated and enhance neuronal function, namely in improving reasoning and memory.
In athletes, Omega 3 attenuates the inflammatory process in the injured muscle, this translates into a shorter recovery time and better response to high intensity exercises.
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- Omega 6: is a precursor of prostaglandins, with a well-known action on the immune system, the central nervous system and hormonal modeling.
- Omega 9: complements the action of omega 3 and 6 in regulating the inflammatory response.
To increase the amount of these nutrients in the body, in addition to ingesting omega 3, 6 and 9 source foods, it is essential to combine supplementation. Supplements containing omega 3, 6 and 9 can be taken by anyone, however, the dose of each Omega depends on the nutritional needs or deficiencies, the type of food or even the type of disease in question.
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By Adriana Martins, Nutritionist