Eskimos and Heart Disease… What's the missing Link?
An Eskimo’s primary diet is fish; fish high in Omega-3 fatty acids which have been found to protect the heart and improve the development of healthy body cells.
Omega-3 fish oils have been found to decrease triglyceride levels in the body, thereby helping prevent life threatening strokes and heart disease. What’s more is that omega-3 is good for the brain and helps stabilize mood levels by positively influencing the body’s hormones.
Bright eyes also rely on Omega-3 fish oils due to its powerful anti-inflammatory properties and with its additional positive influences on metabolism and arthritis what’s not to love about this super essential fatty acid.