Fish Oil and Fatty Acids Blog

To Safeguard the Heart, the Experts Recommend Eating Fish Two Times a Week

According to some leading experts in Europe, heart disease can be prevented by eating fish two times a week.

Fish Oil Can Help the Health of the Mouth

Fish oil is now being investigated to see if it can be an effective therapy against periodontitis. This is a disease of the tissue that surrounds the teeth and it affects over 50% of adults. It is said to increase the risk for them contracting heart problems and possibly lead to a stroke.

Omega-3 Crucial for the Body to Function Correctly

Omega-3 Still Surprises Researchers

Scientists have been uncovering the many health benefits of the omega-3 fatty acids for decades now and they are continuing to find more ways it helps the body.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids Could Lessen the Risk for Women to Have Colorectal Polyps

Research recently performed has discovered that consumption of omega-3 PUFAs (polyunsaturated fatty acids) found in fish and other seafood could lower the chance of women getting colorectal precancerous polyps for one thing.

Are Fish Oils Really That Great For Your Heart?

A new report puts the benefits of fish oils into perspective.

Fatty Acids Can Help Americans Suffering With Dry Eye

Dry eye can be a real annoyance for a number of Americans but recent studies have shown that there is help.

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