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Omega 3 and How it Helps Promote Healthy Cell Membranes

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ur body is composed of a number of cells. Each cell is covered by a membrane comprising mainly of fatty acids. When these cell membranes are working properly, they regulate the correct levels of nutrients we need for each cell. It allows those nutrients in while taking out what we don't need. The garbage.

For our bodies to maintain cells that work properly, we have to be sure that the cells' outer shell, the membrane, stays healthy and fluid. If a cell doesn't have a healthy membrane enclosing it, then it won't be able to maintain the fluids and necessary nutrients it needs to remain healthy. The cells also can communicate with each other. In the absence of proper nutrients, this will not happen. It is likely that when cells are unable to to communicate between each other, the result could be the development of cancerous tumors.

The membranes that surround the cells consist of mainly fat. What a cell is comprised of depends mainly on what we consume. If we eat lard, or fats that are in solid form at room temperature such as bacon grease, then it is most likely that the outer membrane of our cells could get hardened and not permit the exchange of fluids as needed. Saturated fats are bad fats. They elevate the cholesterol levels. Fats that are liquid while at room temperature are much healthier for you. Omega 3 fats happen to be liquid fats. Canola oil is a wonderful example of an omega 3 fat. If you consume a diet that consist more of the omega 3 fats, the liquid type, then your cells are more likely to be fluid.
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The latest researches being conducted on omega 3 are indicating that by including omega 3 in your diet, can aid in preventing cancer. It has been proven that it can prevent the development of breast cancer. As I have mentioned above, that the cell contains mainly on what you consume. You need to get this essential fatty acid, omega 3 into your cells so that it can protect you. Since all the types of fatty acid you consume ends up in your cells, you need to be certain you are getting an adequate ratio of the omega 3 and omega 6 to keep your cells healthy which in return keep you healthy.

Along with helping prevent breast cancer, keeping your cells healthy can keep your blood from forming clots causing you to suffer from a stroke or heart attack. Healthy cells can help keep blood pressure at a good reading, help with allergies, reduce the swelling due to arthritis, improve your memory, the functioning of the kidneys, and many other disorders.

It is surprising that eating one simple type of food can provide you with such a priceless life saving ingredient. Keep you healthier and possibly help you live longer. Even if you don't change your other eating habits, but start taking an omega 3 supplement, it will still be quite beneficial.

Take control of your life. Do something right today to help insure you possibly live a longer healthier life. Include some omega 3 to your diet.



Sandy Sachs


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