Mackerel and salmon are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which your body needs.
These small seeds are full of alpha-linolenic acid, an omega-3 that reduces heart disease risk and improves cognitive health.
They are a great way to get additional omega-3s into your diet by adding them to yogurt, overnight oats, or baking.
Eat them alone or add them to salads, cereal, or baked goods for a nutty flavor that enhances sweet and savory foods.
Essential fatty acids and plant-based protein are abundant in soybeans.
Avocados are good fat superstars—creamy, luscious, and high in omega-6 fatty acids.
With a little roasting and salt, they make the perfect omega-6-rich snack or topping.
Omega-6 fatty acids can also be obtained from hemp seeds quickly.