Omega 3 and 6 are good types of fats, present in fish like salmon, sardines or tuna and dried fruits like nuts, almonds or cashews, for example. They are very important for improving the immune system, lowering cholesterol and triglycerides and increasing learning and memory.

Omega 9, on the other hand, are not essential because they are produced by the body, but the good relationship between these three types of fat ensures that the body remains healthy, preventing diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer's or depression, for example.

Thus, to maintain adequate levels of omegas 3, 6 and 9 and their health benefits, supplementation may be a good option, especially for those who do not eat fish at least twice a week or for vegetarians.