Urine has been a useful tool of diagnosis since the early days of medicine. The color, density, quantity, and smell of urine can reveal much about the state of our health. You can use your body as a tool to gauge your inner wellbeing every time you pee.
We asked our guest health expert, Jodie Hutchinson, PA to chime in on the importance of omega 3s for good health. Omega 3 Fatty acids are called “essential” fatty acids because the body needs them but can’t produce them, so we have to add them to our diet. A diet rich in omega-3s stops inflammation and reduces the body’s overall burden of chronic inflammation. The importance of a healthy diet has gained relevance as scientists research the growing role of chronic inflammation in causing disease.