Flaxseed Oil and Bipolar Disorder - Fish Oil Is Not the Only Source of Omega-3's for Treating Manic-Depression
Fish oil is fairly well established as a complementary therapy that actually works for controlling some of the symptoms of bipolar disorder.
The study didn't make it into the news, but back in November 2010 the New England Journal of Medicine published a clinical study that cast doubt on the usefulness of fish oil and flaxseed oils in the treatment of heart disease.
This site isn't especially positive about krill oil. There are a lot of things not to like about krill oil. The tiny shrimp harvested to make krill oil are important food for penguins and walruses.
Perilla oil is the allergy-fighting natural oil that most of us have never heard of-unless you are a fan of Korean food.
If you live in an English-speaking country, other than Canada, chances are you have never heard of a bestselling diet entitled Je ne sais pas maigrir, or, "I Can't Lose Weight."
Olive oil may have been the original health food. The oldest known olive oil press is believed to be 5,600 years old.
Today, let's take a look at popular source of fatty acids that didn't used to be thought of as a health food, coconut oil. It was not all that long ago that coconut oil was equated with the devil himself. It was supposed to clog your arteries. It was supposed to raise your cholesterol. It was supposed to give you heart attacks. Coconut oil was supposed to be worse than lard or butter or corn oil.