Omega 3 Oils

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Penguin, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 216 pages
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Omega-3 oils can reduce your risk of heart disease, arthritis, skin and bowel problems, and immune and allergic disorders. Unfortunately these oils are deficient in the typical American diet. This book teaches you how to make smart food choices to restore these essential nutrients that your mind and body need to function properly.
 

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Contents

The Missing Nutrient
1
Some Fats Are Good for You
11
Our Deteriorating Diet
25
How the Omega Program Developedthe FortyFourPatient Study
39
Ridding Ourselves of ModernDay Plagues
51
The Omega Complexion Connection
69
Omega Nutrition and Reproductive Health
81
The OmegaStrong Infant and Toddler
95
The Omega ProgramPhases 1 and 2
135
The Omega ProgramPhases 3 and 4
151
Sources of Omega Fatty Acids and Fiber
167
A Note to Physicians
177
References
187
Glossary
201
About the Authors
207
Index
209

The Omega Way to Mental Health
109
The Omega Antiaging Benefits
127

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