09.03.07

Omega-3 DHA and Eczema

Posted in Dermatitis at 2:42 pm

Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids have been found to be very helpful to sufferers of eczema, psoriasis, and many other non-communicable diseases.

The human body has many uses for Omega-3 DHA. The brain is made of 60% fat (much of which is DHA). Some studies have shown that people with a high intake of Omega-3 report increased mood stability, though more research is needed. Additionally, diabetic patients have found Omega-3 very helpful in reducing their insulin dependence.

Even small amounts of Omega-3 can improve your health, but 400mg per day is thought to be sufficient to reduce the risk of serious disease. Omega-3 can be obtained naturally from oil-rich fish and vegetable products, or from supplements.

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