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Wellfie Wednesday: Omega-3s

Wellfie Wednesday: Omega-3s

TWO TIMES IN ONE WEEK!?! Omega-3s MUST be important

Wellfie Wednesday: Omega-3s
Wellfie Wednesday: Omega-3s

Since I just blogged about this yesterday, I will simply put the Wellfie Wednesday post here:

 Welcome back! This week is brought to you by Patrick ( @PBernerSPT ). These past few days I had the pleasure to spend time at the annual Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo #FNCE in Chicago, an amazing experience every year that I go, though as the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetic’s 100th year, it was above and beyond. And I could go on and on about the things I learned and new connections that were made, but as you are our Wellfie Wednesday audience, I digress.

     This week I do want to share though information from one of the presentations that I attended,  THE BEAT GOES ON: THE LATEST ON OMEGA-3 HEART HEALTH RESEARCH. I’m also going to share it in an unordinary fashion, by only showing you the handouts that were provided, which contain quite a bit of beneficial information, the last one being my favorite. Enjoy!

 ONE THING I LEARNED TODAY:

Obviously Omega-3s are important. So if you are looking to boost heart and circulatory health, take note. All of these tips are simple enough that we can gain from making small changes in diet and lifestyle. At the very least, you can take a supplement to boost Omega-3s as I do. Again, I struggled with the fish burps after taking many Omega-3 capsules. I like this one by Nature’s Plus because there are no fish burps aftertaste at all for the entire day. For me this started out as a quest to end my use of blood pressure medication. What is has become is a quest for finding the healthiest version of myself than I can create. You too can take small steps to improve your health. Please feel free to reach out and contact me for any questions, comments, or inquiries.

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