Harness the Power of “Good” Fat for Your Good Health



Not all fat is bad. In fact, the type of fat known as omega-3 is essential to good health.


It’s good for your brain, your nervous system, and it fights inflammation — which makes it perfect for easing the pain of arthritis. 


Unfortunately, our bodies can’t make omega-3 fat — it has to come from food. So, what should you eat if you’re looking to boost your omega-3? 


Check out the chart to the left: Your choices include fish, flaxseed, and more! And don’t miss other great tips for reducing arthritis pain, starting on page 265 of The Kitchen Table Book 2.  



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  • FC&A Staff Writer