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Articles October 2016 Issue

Blood Levels of Omega-3s from Fish, Plants Linked to Lower Fatal Heart Risk

Highest levels associated with fewer heart attacks.

An analysis of 19 studies involving 45,637 participants in 16 countries provides the most comprehensive picture to date of how omega-3 fats may influence heart disease. Higher blood levels of omega-3s from seafood as well as plants were associated with a lower risk of dying from heart attacks

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