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  • Karen Haralson

Essential Fats for Optimal Health

Unlocking the Power of Essential Fats for Optimal Well-Being

Essential fats must be eaten because our bodies don’t make them. That’s why they’re essential. You may have heard of them, also known as omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, because they are important for body processes at the cellular level and can even affect gene expression. These healthy fats also help protect us from harmful fats often found in our modern-day diets. This is important for preventing disease as well as in chronic disease management. Use this fun and informative infographic to find great sources of these delicious and essential foods.


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