Both Omega 3 and Omega 6 are essential fatty acids, since the body can’t synthesize them by itself and they have to be intake through the diet.
Omega9 can be synthesized from 3 and 6 and is therefore considered a non-essential.
Omega 3,6 and 9 fatty acids help to lower the bad cholesterol (LDL) and to increase the good cholesterol (HDL).
They also support the immune system and assist in maintain a healthy cardiovascular system, improving blood pressure and blood circulation, memory and other brain processes.
Introduce Omega 369 into your diet and your health will thank you.
Studies in the Omega 9 properties suggest that it reduces the risk of stroke. In the elderly, it's very important to maintain optimal levels of Omega 9, either through food or as a nutritional supplement.