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Omega-3s are a category of fatty acids. They are called essential because our body does not produce them and they must therefore be taken through the diet.
Moreover, in recent years, a great number of scientific researches has identified a vast spectrum of benefits that these nutrients play in respect of health. For example, their positive role in circulation and cardiovascular diseases is well known, as it is in the protection of the brain and of nerve cells.
However, many other benefits have been described, such as the prevention of inflammation, skin protection, the reduction of anxiety, of depressive states and the improvement of sleep, even including a stimulating action for the metabolism.