What do you take every day?

A: It changeshealth is dynamic, right? So I work with my practitioner to assess my needs. I do take a vitamin D, a probiotic (Align), magnesium (Natural Calm) and CoQ10 daily. I also take Symbiotics and turmeric most days, as well as relying on Bye Bye

PMS (Enzymedica) the week before my period. On travel days I have a whole other little kit of goodies, as travel thwarts even the healthiest digestive system!

The Expert: Ashley Welch, CNS, Nordic Naturals Educator Q: What’s the deal with omegas? Where do they come from and why should I care?

A: Omegas are fats that are found in the foods we eat. When we consume them in balanced amounts they contribute in amazing ways to excellent health. The right balance supports the wellness of the heart, brain, eyes, joints, skin, mood and more. Of course, if it were easy to get enough omegas and in the right balance through food alone, there would be no need for supplements. Unfortunately, that’s not the case.

The two essential omegas that need to be balanced are omega-3 and omega-6. Unlike other omegas, our bodies cannot make omegas 3 and 6. The best source of omega-3 is cold-water fatty fish like salmon, sardines and anchovies. Omega-6, largely from seeds, is abundant in processed foods, refined vegetable oils and grain-fed meats. So you can imagine, it’s tough to eat enough fish to balance out all of the omega-6 that most of us consume without even knowing it. Even when you’re careful about your diet, it’s challenging to hit that sweet spot with balanced essential fats.
, a probiotic (Align), magnesium (Natural Calm) and CoQ10 daily. I also take Symbiotics and turmeric most days, as well as relying on Bye Bye

PMS (Enzymedica) the week before my period. On travel days I have a whole other little kit of goodies, as travel thwarts even the healthiest digestive system!

The Expert: Ashley Welch, CNS, Nordic Naturals Educator Q: What’s the deal with omegas? Where do they come from and why should I care?

A: Omegas are fats that are found in the foods we eat. When we consume them in balanced amounts they contribute in amazing ways to excellent health. The right balance supports the wellness of the heart, brain, eyes, joints, skin, mood and more. Of course, if it were easy to get enough omegas and in the right balance through food alone, there would be no need for supplements. Unfortunately, that’s not the case.

The two essential omegas that need to be balanced are omega-3 and omega-6. Unlike other omegas, our bodies cannot make omegas 3 and 6. The best source of omega-3 is cold-water fatty fish like salmon, sardines and anchovies. Omega-6, largely from seeds, is abundant in processed foods, refined vegetable oils and grain-fed meats. So you can imagine, it’s tough to eat enough fish to balance out all of the omega-6 that most of us consume without even knowing it. Even when you’re careful about your diet, it’s challenging to hit that sweet spot with balanced essential fats.

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