“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” -Hippocrates

Fish high in Omega-3s acts like an all-purpose medicine, or polypill.  Wild Alaskan salmon is the best source of Omega-3s, but if you do not like salmon there are other options such as tuna, Alaskan halibut, catfish, rainbow trout, shrimp

The health benefits of omega-3:

  • builds better brains: lowers the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease; lessens age-related cognitive decline; relieves anxiety and depression
  • helps hearts be healthy: lowers high blood pressure, lowers high blood cholesterol, prevents blood clots and heart attacks
  • is good for the gut and endocrine system: lessens inflammatory bowel disease, reduces the risk of colon cancer, lessens diabetes
  • enriches eyesight: lessens age-related macular degeneration, improves visual acuity
  • builds better bones: lessens osteoporosis
  • improves immunity: prevents the “itis” illnesses, such as arthritis, bronchitis, Alzheimer’s disease, colitis, dermatitis.
  • reduces cancer