You may not know how deficient you are in Omega 3 Fats.
Because they go so unnoticed, Omega 3 deficiencies are the sixth biggest killer in America. The deficiency could lead to a number of serious mental and physical problems and may be an underlying cause of over 96,000 deaths per year. It is also an underlying cause of breast and prostate cancer and heart disease.
Omega 3 comes from both plant and animal sources, the most common animal source being krill oil and fish oil. The two types of Omega 3 fats in these fish oils are EPA and DHA.
The primary plant source comes from flaxseed, chia, and hemp. If you’ve had a BumbleBar before, you’ve probably tasted the earthy undertone that comes from the brown flax seeds that are mixed in with our recipe. With that delicious flavor comes some pretty impressive health benefits. These small little seeds are full of Omega 3’s.
There are more than 30,000 studies exploring the various benefits of this fatty acid, especially for heart and brain health. Studies have shown that when our body get a sufficient amount of omega-3 fish oil, we can gain more muscle. Researchers theorize that this is the effect of nutrient partitioning. In other words; calories that might originally be stored as fat can be partitioned into muscle