New Study Shows Clear Benefit from Increased EPA & DHA Intake
The relationship between Omega-3 intake and cardiovascular disease has a long history, going back to the 1970’s, but results from clinical trials have sometimes been contradictory.
This month, The Mayo Clinic Proceedings, published the most up to date meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials looking specifically at Omega-3 supplementation as opposed to including dietary advice or increased fish consumption. The results from 40 clinical trials, in total 135,000 subjects, show a clear benefit from increased EPA and DHA intake in terms of myocardial infarction, coronary heart disease events and mortality.
See the full published paper, HERE.
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