The essential to know about Omega – 3 at a glance!


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After discussing the role of Vitamin D in the body’s defense, we offer you a new practice sheet about the Omega-3.

Omega-3s are essential fatty acids, that we must found in our food, because we don’t know how to make them. They are present in the membrane of each of our cells and have anti-inflammatory properties that are important for maintaining good physical and mental health.

However, they are not consumed enough, as example the ANSES (French National Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health Safety) is highlighted than the average intake by the French Population of Omega-3 fatty acids are about twice too low. Similarly, many publications throughout the world are pointing the deficiency intake of various population.

The same Anses, has also noted that it’s terrestrial animal products (meat, eggs, dairy products, etc…) which mainly contribute to the intake. In fact, even they have lower content in Omega-3 fatty acids, they are consumed in greater quantities than vegetable oils or fatty fish.

Bleu-Blanc-Cœur’s products offer to the consumers an interesting pathway to boost their omega-3 intake without drastically changing their eating habits. Watch out for the “Bleu-Blanc-Coeur” logo on the packaging and ask your butcher and dairy craftsman for the Bleu-Blanc-Cœur products.

Want to learn more, download our special guide « Protective Diet » with some menu well plenty of omega-3 but also Vitamin D to pamper your immunity.

Discover our infographic on omega-3 below, a practical sheet that explains at a glance the essentials to know about this indispensable fatty acid. To download and share without moderation!

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