Omega 3 Supplements Ineffective In Treating Heart Problems, Says Study
A recent study has found that having fish instead of omega 3 capsules can help in improving the health of the heart. Previous studies have shown that omega 3 can help in preventing heart strokes and heart diseases.
During the study, it was found that the supplements of the omega 3 are not that promising as they were previously thought to be. Besides, fish, which is a good source of omega 3, is much effective as compared to the supplements.
The researchers have recommended people to have fish instead of omega 3 supplements as the consumption of fish is effective way of getting rid of heart related problems. Dr. Luc Djoussé from Harvard Medical School said, "Our findings showed a lower risk of heart failure in men consuming any amount of fish per week".
People have been advised to have two serving of fish in one week. The findings of the study have been published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The findings will help researchers from all over the world to find effective treatment for heart related illnesses. It is hoped that the findings will help in reducing the death rates as well.
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