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Eczema is often thought of as a skin condition that is caused by external factors, such as irritants or allergens. However, recent research has shown that eczema is often a result of something going on inside the body.
There are countless benefits of omega-3s but did you know that they can also boost athletic performance? Studies have shown that supplementing with omega-3s can improve endurance, increase muscle mass, and enhance power output.
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"Eicosapentaenoic acid or EPA is the smaller of the two essential fatty acids. EPA is made up of 20 carbon bonds and is considered a long-chain fatty acid. EPA's primary objective is to reduce inflammation..."