BLESSED is the man
who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly,
Nor stands in the path of sinners,
Nor sits in the seat of the scornful

Psalm 1:1

As I listen to the Book of Psalms and medicate on the word

The Book of Law 
The Words of our Father through 
Christ Jesus that is true to the flesh 
Blessed indeed bless is the man 
Not the intelligent 
Not the rich, not the poor 
But the man

The man that delights in the word of the Lord 
The man that walks in the way of the righteous
The man that builds his house upon the Rock
The man that abides in the Lord Jesus Christ 

Blessed is he
He shall bear fruit in its season

Welcome and come into the vault, the treasures awaits us. It is good to know what we can get from food and what the body can manufacture. Fascinating! 

This week I am in Dubai visiting a friend. My weekend was travelling from London to Amsterdam and then Dubai. Hope you had an eventful weekend. I am excited to be away and just relax.

Come let us take a look:

Omega-3  and Omega-6:

Most fatty acids that we require can be produced in the body except for omega-3 and omega-6. These are known as essential fatty acids and have to be obtained from food.

Omega-3 are derived from the alpha-linolenic acid and Omega-6 is derived from linoleic acid. Both are vitality important for the function of the body cardiovascular, reproductive, immune and nervous systems. They are involved and important for the manufacture and repair of cell membranes enabling them to function properly

Some sources of Omega-3:

Salmon, mackerel, Trout, sardines, whitebait, herrings, wheat germ, nuts, Walnuts, Walnuts oil, Pumpkin seeds, Rapeseed oil, and soya beans, 

Only small amounts are needed to keep the body healthy. UK recommendation 450 mg/d, 3g a week and can be met with 1-2 portions of oily fish a week

Diets that do not include fish or eggs will be low in the omega 3 long chain fatty acids DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (Eicosapentaenoic).

Plant foods contain an omega 3 fatty acids called alpha linolenic acid (ALA) which can get converted to EPA and DHA in our bodies but this process is not very efficient.

Good sources of ALA include flaxseeds, chia seeds, walnuts and soy. It is also possible to supplement a vegan diet with EPA and DHA from algae.

Omega-6: are also essential in the diet – they enable skin and cell membranes to function healthily and should be eaten in moderation

Omega-6 occurs in nuts, sunflower seeds and oils and  wheat germs 

Children should have two portions of fish a week, one of which should be oily. Oily fish such as salmon contain omega-3 fatty acids which are beneficial for brain and eye development.

Although fresh tuna is an oily fish, when it is canned the amount of long-chain Omega-3 fatty acids is reduced to low levels and it is no longer considered an oily fish. The oil that is lost is often collected, refined and re-enters the food supply as fish oil capsules. Canned tuna is still a good source of protein.

Oh dear, look around. It is time for me to say goodbye but... hope to see you again.

Thank you again for stopping by it means a lot to me

Pray you have a wonderful week 🙂

May your week be full of The Joy of the Lord
I praise God for your life
May He teach you
His way as you walk in His foot path
In the Name of Jesus
Amen

Remember,
We cannot control what happens around us, 
but we can control our responses.
Be bless and know that the Lord loves you
Lots of Love - Hannah

©Hannah M Vandi.

And I also pray that this verse refreshes you this week: 
'However, 
I consider my life worth nothing to me; 
my only aim is to finish the race and 
complete the task the Lord Jesus has given 
me—the task of testifying to the 
good news of God’s grace. '
Acts 20:24 NIV

In a journey of what to look for in the world! All my Nutrion, Financial, Home and Exercise and also Living life are information only and not advice.

All pictures are mine taken on the phone or camera and some edited in app 🙂