When MsGreene was pregnant with my youngest in 1995, she craved tuna sandwiches. She could tell you where there was a good one within a mile of just about anywhere we normally visited. Her body was trying to increase healthy Omega-3s.
Later studies were release showing tuna, and many other ocean fish, may contain mercury and PCBs. She was horrified at what she might have done to our son. For years she lamented, “I was just responding to what my body craved because my body knew it needed omega-3 rich food to build my baby’s brain.”
If you are like her, you’re probably looking for healthy ways to feed your unborn baby, children, and yourself omega-3s.
Some omega-3 fatty acids can be found in dark green leafy vegetables, walnuts, and some canola oil. Supplements are also an option. But I love to get them in another form.
Check out this week’s video to find out my favorite ways to include omega-3 in your family’s meals.
While MsGreene still wishes she’d found other ways to get the omega-3s her body craved she says she’s comforted by two things —