You may have heard a doctor or some kind of health practitioner say to you or someone you love, “Take, fish oil” or simply suggest eating more fish. Fish oils have been associated with good heart health, glowing skin, and healthy digestion. You may find yourself on aisle 3, looking for the right fish oil supplement, or in the meat section tossing salmon and tilapia in your basket. Don’t feel bad. I was right there with you. I was all about that salmon and tilapia life! And I even, did a post a few years back about an Omega 3 supplement I was taking, (say what?).
It wasn’t until I began to make that transition in my diet, that I began to have questions like…What if you’re a vegetarian, and vegan or have a seafood allergy? Are you doomed to high blood pressure, clogged bowels and dull looking skin? Nope!
Turns out fish oils are not the only or the best way to reap the major benefits of omega 3s or any other fatty acids for that matter! I’m sharing some down to earth plant based ways to work these fatty essentials into your everyday diet. Feel free to watch my YT video, Vegan Friendly Alternatives to Fish Oil where I’ll show you exactly how to use my favorite 3 non-seafood sources of omega 3s.
Other amazing sources of non-seafood omega 3s are…
Bonus! Turns out that brussels sprouts, are another good source of omega 3 fatty acids! Check this quote from, Kimberly Synder’s, The Beauty Detox Foods, “About one and a half cups contain more than 1/3 of the daily ALA amount included in the National Academy of Sciences’ Dietary Reference Intake recommendations.”
Remember, if you’re curious, I’m sharing easy ways you can work more of these into your diet easily in the video below!
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