Your body depends on you to take care of it – to exercise regularly, to get plenty of sleep, to hydrate and to eat nutritious foods. If you don’t think fat is part of a healthy diet – you’re mistaken.

The skinny on fats

Not all fat is bad. In fact, there are several good fats that your body needs to support overall health, especially the health of your heart, brain and eyes. One of these categories of good fats is Omega-3s and specifically EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) Omega-3s. Learn more about healthy fats.

Cells rely on Omega-3s to help build cell membranes that ensure smooth signaling and communication between cells, aiding in the control of thousands of bodily functions.