What is the Omega-3?
Omega-3s are a family of essential fatty acids that play an important role in the human body. The most important fatty acids are EPA and DHA, which have been found to provide several health benefits according to numerous clinical studies, including cognitive, cardiovascular, visual health, and others.
Unfortunately, the human body cannot produce Omega-3 by itself, and we must acquire it through our diet. Many world organizations, healthcare professionals, and clinical studies recommend a minimum daily intake between 250-1,000 mg/day of EPA+DHA.