People need both Omega 3 and 6. But, research shows that less than 20%
obtain sufficient omegas from their diets. Most consumers take fish oil, but a growing minority consume plant-based omega fatty acids like flax and chia oils. One of the biggest reasons for deciding on a source of
omega oil is taste, followed by sustainability concerns with many consumers preferring a plant-based source over marine based. While fish, krill and sea algae form the majority of market share, the growth of land plant-based oil supplements such as flax is steadily growing. Omega 3 and 6 oils are essential for joint health, central nervous system (CNS), immune system and brain development. They also help with inflammation management, hair and skin health and hormonal regulation. This video is for educational purposes only and not intended as a recommendation. Consult your physician before taking any supplements.