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Native Nutrients

by Cynthia Richards (2019-07-19)

Other foods have them too. Spinach, Brussels Native Nutrients Review sprouts, winter squash, flaxseeds and walnuts. You could make a great meal of a spinach salad with baked or broiled fish sprinkled with walnuts. That would be a meal good for your brain and your heart. Nutritionists say you should eat like this 2-3 times a week to get the fatty acids your body needs. But if your lifestyle makes that seem like an impossibility, you may consider supplements. Nutrition experts and doctors recommend fish oil supplements to their patients to ensure they get the recommended omega 3 fatty acids they need. How much do you need? Experts say 1-2 milligrams a day for the average "healthy" person. That's about 1-2 fish oil pills a day. But, heart patients often need more. Check with your doctor. Besides convenience, fish oil supplements can have the advantage of purity. Check the label but if the fish came from clean waters and were molecularly distilled, they could be more pure than a lot of the fish you'd buy at the store.