What is "omega"?

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Omega is the last and the 24th letter in the Greek alphabet which literally means great. It is often used to denote the last, the end or ultimate limit of a set. According to the holy Bible, God is described as alpha and omega meaning beginning and the end.
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Omega 3 fats are polyunsaturated fats that are considered essential nutrients. Our bodies need them but can't produce them. Therefore, we need to consume omega 3 fats in our food.
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Fatty acids are straight carbon chains with hydrogen atoms bonded on both sides of the carbons. When carbon bond sites are not bonded to hydrogen, the adjacent carbons in the chain
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Omega is an element creature in a video game
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All fats are composed of fatty acids. The basic fat is 3 fatty acids all connected at one end to a glycerol molecule. A fatty acid is a chain of carbons, with an oxygen and an OH
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Omega, written as Ω or ω, is the 24th letter in the Greek Alphabet.
Letters of the Greek Alphabet:
Omega is the last letter of the Greek alphabet.
Omega 3 is the name given to a family of polyunsaturated fatty acids. The parent Omega 3 is described as essential as in vitamins that is used when dieting.
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