Originally designated as vitamin F, its two main families are omega-3 and 6.
Unsaturated fatty acids (staying liquid at room temperature) play a role in body tissues defence, preservation and repair. It is the Greenland inhabitants’ fatty fish diet and their low level of heart disease that attracted the attention of researchers on the omega-3 present in salmon and tuna, the base of their diet.
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