Recent Examples of fish oil from the Web
There’s a reason fish oil capsules and other omega-3 supplements are so popular.
Early fish oil studies strongly suggested a cardiac benefit of supplements.
What’s not clear today is whether swallowing a fish oil pill or some other type of omega-3 supplement can improve cognitive function or safeguard brain health.
But both of these studies involved the benefits of seafood rather than fish oil itself.
Consider adding fish oil or other fatty acids to his daily regimen.
Many other readers also believe fish oil helps their dry eyes.
So how did so many cardiologists and patients fall for fish oil supplements?
Rigorous studies have failed to show that fish oil supplements prevent heart attacks.
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medical Definition of fish oil
- Scientists learned some time ago that there are significant health benefits from consuming omega-3 fatty acids, which are found mostly in fish oils, algal oils, and linseed oil.
- —Felicia M. Willis, Today's Chemist at Work, October 2004
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