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Do you know why Omega 3s are polyunsaturated fatty acids defined as “essential”? Because our body does not produce them, it is therefore essential to take them through diet. These “good fats”, in fact, are very important, especially for the well-being of the heart. EPA and DHA contribute to normal heart function, while DHA alone contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function and normal visual ability .
100 g of product (about 2 eggs) provide at least 190 mg of the total amount of EPA and DHA, equivalent to 75% of the recommended daily amount (250 mg).