Heart & Circulation
Heart health is important for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Taking supplements can help your heart and circulation. Circulation problems can lead to heart disease, so it's important to keep your heart healthy. Supplements can improve heart health by helping to lower cholesterol, reduce inflammation, and improve blood flow. They can also help to prevent heart disease by reducing the risk of heart attacks and strokes. So if you're looking for ways to improve your heart health, consider taking supplements, our favourite is Omega-3.
Have you noticed that everyone is talking about Omega‑3? We asked scientist and co-founder of Vegetology (and self-confessed science geek) Chris Smith to give you the lowdown on Omega‑3 – what are they, where do you find them and are they really all they’re hyped up to be? We also wanted to know what foods are rich in Omega‑3 fatty acids and how we can include more in our diet.
Everyone is talking about Omega‑3. They have numerous benefits for the body – in fact ‘essential fatty acids’ is a pretty good description of these essential nutrients. But did you know Omega‑3 also affect the health of your heart? We asked Chris Smith, co-founder of Vegetology, scientist and self-confessed science geek, to tell us all about how Omega‑3 can affect your heart health.
Omega‑3 is Vegetology’s Omega‑3 supplement,a plant-based alternative source of Omega‑3 DHA and EPA. It’s easy to see why this supplement is a great choice if you follow a plant-based vegan or vegetarian diet, but Omega‑3 is actually a great choice for everyone! We caught up with Chris Smith, co-founder of Vegetology, scientist and self-confessed science geek to find out why this is the case.
When we see ‘Omega‑3’ splashed across product labelling we immediately feel good, and rightly so. Omega-3s are known as essential fatty acids for a reason! However, there is a world of difference between Omega-3s and it does lead to individuals believing they are getting benefits when they may not be.