Omega-3 reduces the level of triglycerides in the human body - if you increase their concentration, the risk of heart attack increases. Omega-3 also helps to maintain weight.
Omega-6 enters the body only with food or with supplements, vitamin complexes. This acid is necessary for the full growth and development of children. It also supports the balance of cholesterol, the health of nails, skin, and hair, helps the body restore the menstrual cycle, alleviates the symptoms of PMS, and also has a good effect on the work of the reproductive system as a whole.
Sea buckthorn seed oil. The product looks very beautiful, amber yellow to red color. It has a medium to strong sea buckthorn flavor and aroma. It is often recommended for those who need to support blood vessels, blood pressure, or weak metabolism.
Camelina oil. Previously, this squeeze was one of the most popular in folk medicine. The substance is obtained from a plant called "ginger seed". Its properties are similar to linseed oil, but it is more convenient to use and has a longer shelf life.
Pine nut oil. The squeeze from pine nuts is considered a delicacy product. It is produced in small quantities, it costs a lot. It is even more respected for its delicate and bright taste. The nutrients are in high concentration in Siberian Pine nut oil.
The most popular source of Omega fatty acids is flax oil, in which these essential substances occupy more than half of the mass (up to 55%). In numbers, the benefits of linseed oil look impressive: to cover a person's daily need for Omega-3, only 1.9 g of linseed pomace (less than a teaspoon) is enough!
The second in the rating of Omega-3 content isCamelina (False flax) oil. Alpha-linolenic fatty acid occupies about 35% of its composition, linoleic acid is almost 2 times less, which makesthis oilvery useful for health.
Another natural oil containing Omega-3 in large quantities is pine (cedar) oil, the so-called "Cure for a hundred diseases" (so-called in Siberia oil from pine nuts). High nutritional value, numerous therapeutic properties, very harmonious and delicate taste have earned him great popularity and respect.
Where can Omega-7 be found?
The first thing that comes to mind when looking for an answer to this question is sea buckthorn.Sea buckthorn oilis the leader in Omega-7 content. Other few (and not so rich) sources of this acid are Australian macadamia nut, mink, seal and whale oil and other similar exotics.
Sea buckthorn oilgoes well with any preparations, except those that contain high doses of vitamin E. The oil is excellent for combined use with preparations that improve the condition of the skin (for example, Omega-3, hyaluronic acid).