Some fish oil foes would like you to believe fish oil dangers outweigh its benefits. Is fish oil bad for you? Find out what the dispute is about and what you should really believe by examining the research.
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As a regular reader of this newsletter, you know to pay attention when a five-year clinical trial with more than 3,000 participants reports no benefits from omega-3 supplements against cognitive decline. Such a study—one of the largest and longest of its kind—would seem to slam the door on hopes for
Multivitamins and Your Brain
For many Americans, taking a multivitamin as “insurance” against nutritional shortfalls is a daily habit. Americans have been taking multivitamin/mineral supplements since the early 1940s, and an estimated one-third of all U.S. consumers take these regularly. Multivitamins account for almost one-sixth of all purchases of dietary supplements
The benefits of omega-3 fish oils for mental health extend beyond depression and anxiety—studies show fish oil is an effective borderline personality disorder treatment. But the key is using the right kind of fish oil at the right dosage.
Q. I’ve heard a lot conflicting advice regarding the health benefits of fish oil supplements. I’m not sure if I should take them. Are they helpful?
A. The research findings on fish oil supplements have been inconsistent so it’s no wonder you are confused. Fish oil supplements contain omega-3 fatty acids.
Hundreds of studies confirm that the nutritional value of the omega 3 fats from fish oil is remarkable and profound indeed. These fish oil benefits stem from 3 critical actions of the omega 3 fats, EPA and DHA. Here is why this super nutrient should be a part of your
Integrative physicians recommend lowering cholesterol naturally without the use of the side-effect-prone statin drugs. But how do you do that? Start with these top three strategies and see if your numbers don’t resolve in 6 weeks to…