In the past, people thought all fats were unhealthy and responsible formany diseases. As a result, peopletried to eat fat-free foods as much aspossible. However, years of researchhave changed the way people think aboutfat. Not every fat is your enemy. Fats ― the right kinds and in theright amounts ― are among your best friends. Fats in foods arebroken down into chemicals called fatty acids, and these typicallyprovide more than half of the body’s energy needs. You need thesefatty acids in order to stay physically healthy and mentally sharp.One of the most beneficial fatty acids is Omega-3. It is crucial tothe proper development of the human brain. Recently, researchersobserved that Omega-3 was one of the treatments for attentiondeficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).