“These essential fatty acids are involved in many very important physiological processes: they are involved at all ages in the constitution and integrity of cell membranes, in the functioning of the cardiovascular system, the brain and the hormonal system…
Although our diet provides sufficient Omega 6 (found in sunflower, corn and grape seed oils, etc.), it is poorer in Omega 3 and even insufficient for most of us.
Hence the importance of consuming foods containing them, such as oily fish, which should be on the menu twice a week (salmon, sardines, mackerel, tuna, halibut, herring).
Certain vegetable oils should be consumed daily, in particular rapeseed, walnut, flax, soya, hemp or wheat germ oil, preferably as a seasoning or in gentle cooking, as these fatty acids are sensitive to heat; or products such as walnuts, Sojade Délices de chanvre desserts, flax or chia seeds, etc.”