People should consider if they are consuming enough omega-3s
and take action.
This study is the first to compare the cancer-fighting potency of plant- versus marine-derived omega-3s
on breast tumour development,' said the professor.
USA], Jan 27 (ANI): The omega-3
fats in fish should be chosen over flaxseed and other oils for the prevention of cancer, according to a study.
It's best to get your omega-3s
from fish rather than supplements.
have some additional benefits for your brain - they may slow age-related mental decline and help ward off Alzheimer's disease.
However, in the years since, omega-3
use in food and beverage has stalled, especially in North America, where long-chain omega-3s
recorded a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 0% between 2011 and 2016, and short-chain omega-3s
registered a CAGR of -3% over the same period.
For people without cardiovascular disease, the AHA recommends getting omega-3s
by eating two to three 3 1/2-ounce servings (about the size of a checkbook) of fish a week.
The problem, however, as Amen points out, is that most Americans "are deficient in omega-3s
, getting barely a third of the daily amounts they very likely need for optimum brain and body health.
scientists gave 21 overweight or obese people either a high daily dose of omega-3s
(3,900 mg of EPA plus DHA) or a placebo.
Another new product with omega-3
, Nature Made Adult Gummies for Him Plus Omega-3s
, is formulated specifically for men.
The FDA considers products containing at least 160 milligrams per serving of Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA), like what is found in Onavita flaxseed oil, to be a good source of Omega-3s
But the researchers did emphasize that the study subjects who were among the most heart-healthy were those who got most of their omega-3s
from dietary sources.
The authoritative 2016 references affirm fatal heart disease is a literal endpoint benefited by DHA omega-3s
and the other shorter forms of omega-3
fatty acids when consumed at elevated dietary intake levels over time.
Nordic Naturals delivers all products in the 90-plus percent triglyceride form-the form in which omega-3s
occur naturally in fish and which research confirms is better absorbed and utilized by the body.
Research suggests that eating a diet rich in omega-3s
may reduce your risk of inflammation, insulin resistance, and dying from coronary artery disease.