If you’ve read our section on Essential Fatty Acids and the dossier on NorOmega PC369 then you’ll know quite a bit about our views on the importance of Essential Fatty Acids and the Omega 3, 6 and 9 families. If not then read on…
In recent years there has been increased research applied to defining the role and function of the Fatty Acids found in both seed and marine oils; in particular emphasis has be placed upon their importance in maintaining health from the point we are conceived through to our latter years
From this research a number of things may be concluded:
- Fatty Acids have a wide variety of very important functions beyond energy – they are vital raw materials used in maintaining good health, circulation and in the development of the higher cognitive functions.
- They are important dietary components from the day we are conceived to the day we retire
- Each group have different roles which can be both complementary and conflicting.
- The body cannot function properly without a healthy and balanced intake of Fatty Acids but equally an excess of one type of fatty acid can be detrimental, especially Saturated Fats.