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Good Dietary Sources of Omega 3 - and our 5 Little Helpers! 🐔🐔🐔🐔🐔🐣

Why omega-3's are so healthy:

- Stabilizing blood sugar levels (preventing diabetes)

- Cardiovascular health (lowering blood pressure and cholesterol)
- Reducing muscle, bone and joint pain by lowering inflammation
- Improving mood and preventing depression.
- Sharpening the mind and helping with concentration and learning
- Boosting immunity
- Treating digestive disorders like ulcerative colitis
- Reducing risk for cancer and helping prevent cancer recurrence
- Improving appearance, especially skin health

Here’s a list of the top 15 omega-3 foods:


1, Mackerel: 6,982 milligrams in 1 cup cooked (174 precent DV)
2. Salmon Fish Oil: 4,767 milligrams in 1 tablespoon (119 percent DV)
3. Cod Liver Oil: 2.664 milligrams in 1 tablespoon (66 percent DV)
4. Walnuts: 2,664 milligrams in 1/4 cup (66 percent DV)
5. Chia Seeds: 2,457 milligrams in 1 tablespoon (61 percent DV)
6. Herring: 1,885 milligrams in 3 ounces (47 percent DV)
7. Salmon (wild-caught): 1,716 milligrams in 3 ounces (42 percent DV)
8. Flaxseeds (ground): 1,597 milligrams in 1 tablespoon (39 percent DV)
9. Tuna: 1,414 milligrams in 3 ounces (35 percent DV)
10. White Fish: 1,363 milligrams in 3 ounces (34 percent DV)
11. Sardines: 1,363 milligrams in 1 can/3.75 ounces (34 percent DV)
12. Hemp Seeds: 1,000 milligrams in 1 tablespoon (25 percent DV)
13. Anchovies: 951 milligrams in 1 can/2 ounces (23 percent DV)
14. Natto: 428 milligrams in 1/4 cup (10 percent DV)
15. Egg Yolks: 240 milligrams in 1/2 cup (6 percent DV)

 

Hi everyone, Dr. Travis Zigler here. I wanted to go over a couple of things that we were talking about from Omega 3 fatty acids and give you some good sources of them. I wanted to show you one of the good sources we’ve talked about. Here are our five chickens that give us our omega-3s. It’s feeding time so we feed them our organic vegetable scraps. We just cut up broccoli and cauliflower for the week (which is what we snack on a lot) and then we bring out the scraps to them and this is what they eat. So they eat organic vegetable and fruit scraps. They tend to like apples the best and they love cookies, so whenever we have left over cookies we give them that too. Some other good sources (my wife and I eat mostly vegetarian) would be walnuts, hemp seeds, chia seeds and flaxseeds (ground is best since whole flaxseeds are just fiber). If you do eat meat, most of your fish will have plenty of omegas. Cod liver oil, sardines, and mackerel are all great sources.

If you have any other ideas for omega 3s, please let us know. If you still feel like you’re not getting enough omega 3’s, that’s why we have our Dry Eye Omega-3 supplement. We take our supplement on top of everything that eat in our diet as well. They’re called supplements for a reason cause they supplement your diet. If you have any questions, put them below!

 

[0:00] Introduction

[0:01] Hi everyone, Dr. Travis Zigler here. I wanted to go over a couple of things that we were talking about from Omega 3 fatty acids

[0:16] Here’s our five chickens that give us our Omega 3s.

[0:19] It’s feeding time so we feed them our organic vegetable scraps that we have.

[0:24] So we just cut up broccoli and cauliflower for the week. That’s what we snack on a lot and then we bring out the scraps to them and this is what they eat. They are organic vegetable and fruit scraps.

[0:35] They tend to like apples the best and they love cookies, so whenever we have left over cookies we give them that too.

[0:41] But some other good sources might be (my wife and I eat mostly vegetarian) walnuts, hemp seeds, chia seeds and flaxseeds (ground is best since whole flaxseeds are just fiber). If you do eat meat, most of your fish will have plenty of omegas. Cod liver oil, sardines, and mackerel are all great sources.

[1:15] If you have any other ideas for omega 3 please let us know!

[1:20] If you still feel like you’re not getting enough omega 3’s, that’s why we have our Dry Eye Omega-3 supplement. We take our supplement on top of everything that we take in in our diet as well.

[1:33] If you have any questions, put them below!

One Love,

Dr. Travis Zigler

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