Wild Omega 3
Omega-3 fatty acids represent a group of special fats that the body needs as much as it needs vitamins or any other dietary nutrient. Unlike many of the critical compounds that the body requires to function properly and can produce itself, omega-3 fatty acids can only be acquired by dietary means.
The presence of both these fatty acids EPA and DHA account for the wide range of therapeutic benefits.
EPA acts as a precursor for the production of prostaglandins that control the inflammatory response that causes joint ailments. DHA is essential for brain and nerve development and improves the quality of the myelin sheath that insulates the nerve.