Throughout these blogs, we have learned that an excess of inflammation or constant inflammatory state can be harmful to our health. Eventually, an excess of inflammation makes circulation and distribution of different substances throughout the body difficult. We have learned that our nutrition is our medicine, and we should take care of ourselves from the inside and out by choosing our foods with consciousness. Nutrition that is anti-inflammatory is a way of eating that we have explained how to prepare our plate and choosing differently from what is proposed by non-scientific nutrition. Today, we want to answer a question: "What is the ideal nutrition?" Science tells us that nutrition based on fish, farm eggs, vegetables and fruits, vegetable fats, and whole grains is a nutrition with consciousness. This nutrition not only gives us a multitude of essential minerals and vitamins for the body but also provides an ideal proportion of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fats. In today's blog, we want to talk about these "good" fats, which are the polyunsaturated fatty acids Omega-3 and Omega-6. They belong to the group of healthy fats or lipids found in some vegetables and fish. Due to their physical and chemical characteristics, these fatty acids act in our body, fulfilling essential functions that allow normal body functioning in different physiological processes. Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids are polyunsaturated fatty acids with the particularity that, despite their difficult synthesis, they are part of the cell membranes, giving them flexibility and elasticity and avoiding aging. They work as information transmitters to the cell and the tissue it is part of regarding inflammation and autoimmune responses. In this way, they can both promote an inflammatory response when necessary for the body's defense system and also anti-inflammatory responses when needed. Omega-3 fatty acids, when oxidized, result in specific molecules that accumulate in the skin and have an anti-inflammatory function. These acids, taken in the diet or through supplements, improve skin lesions caused by psoriasis. The concentration of these groups of fatty acids is lower in patients with atopic eczema than in healthy subjects, according to some studies. In patients with atopic dermatitis, there is a lower level of Omega-3 fatty acids, so its administration reduces eczema. The Omega-3 group can be found in vegetable oils such as flaxseed oil and olive oil, seeds such as flaxseed and chia seeds, fatty fish and seafood such as sardines, tuna, salmon, and langoustines, nuts such as walnuts, avocados, green leafy vegetables such as lettuce and spinach, peanut butter, and oats. Omega-6 group can be found in sunflower oil and sunflower seeds, nuts such as peanuts, almonds, hazelnuts, and pistachios, soy and soy oil, and farm eggs. Coconut oil is rich in vitamin E, an antioxidant, and Omega-6. Whole grains are one of the foods with the most Omega-6 fatty acids. Balneario de Cofrentes recommends adding these foods to your shopping list. Remember that the answer is always in nature, and if we can leave you with a gift, it is to remember to search for everything that is natural in you and let your interior reflect on your exterior.