Salmon Dish Cooked High In Omega 3 fatty acids. Fish Oil Omega 3

What is the difference between Fish Oil and Omega 3?

Fish Oil contains Omega 3 fatty acids. When you eat fish or supplement with fish oil, you are getting a healthy dose of Omega 3’s with it. Don’t think of it as taking one or the other.

In fact, fish is a great source of Omega 3’s.

You can prepare a home cooked salmon or mackerel plate and get over 4,000mg of Omega 3’s per serving. Besides being an Omega 3 powerhouse, fish are incredibly rich in nutrients.

Salmon for example is one of the most nutrient dense foods. It’s packed with proteins, magnesium, potassium, selenium and B vitamins.

Studies show that people who regularly eat fatty fish, such as salmon, have a lower risk of diseases like heart disease, dementia, and depression (Source, Source, Source, Source).

Sure, it can be difficult to prepare fish daily so most people supplement with fish oil soft-gels. Two soft-gels daily of fish oil can contain 2,000mg of fish oil.

If you find yourself short on time or don’t want to deal with the hassle of cooking, check out Caraway Vitamins fish oil. Our fish oil is sourced from Wild Alaskan pollock and highly concentrated in Omega 3 fatty acids.

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