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Good health comes from more Omega 3 fatty acids, from fish oil
Good health comes from more Omega 3 fatty acids, from fish oil

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Are you confident about how clean the fish oil is that is used in the fish oil supplements that you take? Read http://healthyomega3.com/category/contamination-of-omega-3-supplements/

Is there any risk that the fish oil comes from fish in the Gulf of Mexico?
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Are you a smoker? If so you might be encouraged by this. Of course giving up is better, but if you can't then why not take your Omega 3?
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There is plenty of evidence that many of us drink too much. And that's probably not going away any time soon.

Excess drinking can cause various health problems including alcoholic liver disease.

There is encouraging evidence however that omega 3 supplementation may have a role in combating alcoholic liver disease.
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Could more Omega 3 help sufferers of Multiple Schlerosis? This is the first study that I've read about this, but it looks like it won't help. Shame
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And as well as sardines eat cabbage. Also with lots of healthy stuff, including Omega 3, and they could even protect you from cancer.
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Does Omega 3 help against heart disease?

Well yes, and no. It depends.

But there is now evidence that taking supplements may not achieve the benefits of eating fish, at least in helping to prevent heart disease.

But of course it's not just heart disease that is benefitted by the Omega 3 fats, there's plenty more than that. So for the rest of the health benefits of the Omega 3 fats, does supplementation help? The jury is out.
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More evidence that DAH is good for brain health.

"Lower RBC DHA levels are associated with smaller brain volumes and a "vascular" pattern of cognitive impairment even in persons free of clinical dementia."
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