Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Osteoarthritis

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When it comes to leading a healthy lifestyle, there seems to be a lot that Omega-3 fatty acids can do for you. The ever-expanding research community has been able to uncover some of its truly amazing functions. Check out this concise but informative piece on the role Omega-3 fatty acids can play for both osteoarthritis sufferers and those looking to avoid problems in the future.

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Omega-3 fatty acids are also referred to as “essential fatty acids.” They are vital for metabolism processes; however, they cannot be made by the human body- thus making them an “essential” part of our diets. It is important to ensure these crucial dietary components are being incorporated into our daily routines. Dr. Krista Moyer practices Naturopathic Medicine and is available at Broadway Wellness for more information on adjusting your diet for balanced health.

It can also be beneficial to address discomfort associated with osteoarthritis with manual therapy. At Broadway Wellness we have a team of qualified Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs) who can reduce muscle tension and promote circulation at the afflicted area. Our  RMT Vancouver based team is accepting new patients. Check online for availability!

One Response to “Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Osteoarthritis”

  1. Gadi

    Eating healthy food is crucial if we want to be able to live healthy life, reading this article is a reminder to all of us to watch what we eat. I get a natural vegetarian Omega 3 regularly which help me with my knee


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