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Omega 3 Foods – Seeds, Beans & Nuts as a Source of Omega 3❤️

Hello, and welcome to the latest video on
The Omega 3 Zone channel. In this video, we cover the second of a number of foods that provide those omega 3 essential fatty acids which are vital to
improve and maintain the upkeep of the health of your vital body organs and
skin. Don’t forget, the anti-inflammatory omega
3s compete with the inflammatory omega 6s that are produced by the
processed and ultra-processed foods that’s comprised of most people’s diets of
today. So, if you’re serious about bringing your body and mind into a healthy and
healthier state, simply by finding out about the benefits of omega 3 and omega
3 fatty acids, then watch this video to the very end. and find out what this
next group of foods could do for you and your family. Enjoy! Getting to know what’s good for your
health and well-being and what’s not so good is a big step in becoming
aware of your eating habits. So, are you aware of what you’re eating and the effect
it’s having on you physically and mentally? Continuing with the theme of
asking you: “how important is it to you and your family’s well-being to
achieving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle?”, in this video we look at
another three types of food that play a crucial role in reaching and living that
healthy lifestyle. Before you realise the variety of these foods that are
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FREE pdf download entitledL Sugar Addiction – The Shocking Findings of a Processed Poison. So, here’s the second type of
foods that provides that vital role in your overall health and well-being: #2. Seeds, Beans and Nuts. These provide the omega-3 fat ALA (Alpha
Linolenic Acid) and are suitable in most cases for vegetarians and vegans. ALA is
found mainly in plant foods. However, your body is inefficient at converting it
into the other two omega 3 fatty acids, and so it’s used by your body as an
energy source, instead. So, the first of these three foods is: (A) The Seeds. (1) Chia seeds (or [pronounced] kia seeds). These also contain fibre and protein). You can use chia seeds to make a nutritious chia pudding, or for
sprinkling on salads, yoghurts and smoothies. Grounded chia seeds are
sometimes used as a vegan substitute for eggs; (2) Flax seeds (these also
contain fibre, protein, magnesium and manganese). These have been identified as the richest whole-food source of ALA. In numerous studies, the flax seeds (sometimes known as linseed) and the derived flaxseed oil have been shown to
reduce cholesterol. Note that the flaxseed oil contains more omega 3 ALA
than the flax seeds. Flax seeds are also used for vegan cooking and, again, used as a substitute for eggs. They’re also a nice addition to cereals, salads and
soups, too. (3) Hemp seeds (these are rich in iron, zinc, protein and magnesium). Research suggests they’re good for your
skin and your digestion, and, from experience, they’re also good as a bait
for freshwater fishing! Hemp seeds can be used for salads, granola, yoghurt and
smoothies, and they mix well with oats and for making snack bars. Oil is also
made by pressing the hemp seeds. (4) Pumpkin seeds (these contain
magnesium and calcium – which is good for the bones). As well as containing omega 3, they also contain omega 6. Interestingly, they contain antioxidants which helps
protects the omega 3s. Best eaten when they’re roasted, they’re a popular
ingredient in Mexican food, and they’re an ideal addition to pasta dishes. Other eating suggestions include adding them to salads, making granola bars, and
creating a peanut butter-like spread. The second of these three foods is: (B) The
Beans: (1) Soybeans. Soybeans are a good source of fibre and vegetable
protein, as well as other nutrients such as riboflavin and vitamin K. However, soybeans also very high in inflammatory omega 6 fatty acids, so you
might want to include these in your diet sparingly; (2) Edamame beans. These
are immature soybeans that are popular in Japan. As well as being rich in
omega 3, they’re a good source of plant-based protein. These can be eaten
after being boiled or steamed, and are ideal in a salad or as a side dish; (3) Kidney beans. These are high in ALA, and are used in many dishes such
as curries or stews and with rice. Chili con Carne is a classic dish where kidney
beans are used. And the third of these three foods is: (C) The Nuts: It appears
that the only nuts that contain omega 3 are walnuts and butternut (which is often
referred to as a walnut). However, the oil is extracted from cashew,
peanut, hazel, brazil and almond nuts, and coconut, also contain omega 3, but in
very small amounts, with the cashew nut leading the pack. Ironically, the cashew
nut is strictly a seed. (1) Walnuts. These contain a lot of fibre and vitamin E, and are recognised as being good for the health of your brain, having a
positive impact on memory retention and learning. The skin contains the walnuts’
phenol antioxidants, which also provide health benefits. Walnuts are very
versatile and can be eaten on their own (great the Christmas time), in snacks and
salads, for baking cakes, and even with fish; (2) Cashews. Cashew nuts can
also be eaten on their own as a snack, or used as a vegan cheese substitute. You can find cashew nuts in salads, and dishes with trout, and in traditional Sunday
roast dinners. Found mainly in Brazil and Asia, they also include omega 6, so should only be used in small doses to maintain your omega 6 and omega 3 balance. In the next video, we’ll list the third category of omega 3 foods that you
can use for making delicious dishes, as well as maintaining your health. Kindly
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11 thoughts on “Omega 3 Foods – Seeds, Beans & Nuts as a Source of Omega 3❤️

  1. Have you ever considered using more seeds, beans and nuts in your diet? If so, what's your favourite ingredient, and why?

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