Anti Aging Secrets - DHA and Omega-3 Fatty Acids
DHA, you may have heard, is this essential fatty acid, which like EPA is polyunsaturated in nature and found in cold-water fish along with some other forms of omega-3 fatty acids. Actually, the main source of the mineral is certain algae and microalgae that are found mainly at the bottom of the open seas.
Omega-3 fatty acids
are important in that they have been linked to the reduction of several different kinds of diseases, including skin cancer, breast cancer, and prostate cancer, cardiovascular disease, heart conditions, arthritis, arteriosclerosis, and a myriad of other undeniable health benefits.
is nutritionally important to human beings in more ways than one. Especially because of its health-giving effects, and because it helps to slow down the aging process significantly. Regions of the world where DHA is consumed in form of seafood and fish oils have peoples who live longer than what is considered average here in America, plus, they suffer fewer diseases and generally heal faster... this is not mentioning the fact that they have overall more energy, ability and agility.
Omega−3 fatty acids also include alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), all polyunsaturated. Since humans cannot synthesize them de novo, the essential nutrients must be obtained from food, particularly the seafood alluded to.
Asians are fond of eating various forms of algae and seafood, and it is evident that they enjoy. Americans generally suffer many of the diseases that they do because their living habits aren't particularly so healthy. The sicker you get, of course, you know, the shorter you are bound to live; and the healthier the longer. You can keep diseases by eating the right kinds of food, exercising, and maintaining a generally healthy lifestyle. Ask from any medical or nutrition specialist and they'll tell you the same thing.