There is evidence from several large population studies and randomized controlled trials.

There is evidence from several large population studies and randomized controlled trials, that eating the recommended amounts of DHA and EPA in the form of dietary fish or fish oil may reduce the risk of death, heart attack dangerous dangerous arrhythmias in people with known cardiovascular disease and potentially slow hardening of the arteries and lower blood pressure slightly. But the evidence also shows high doses ,, such as increased risk of bleeding. Although benefits are proposed for alpha-linolenic acid, scientific evidence is less compelling and beneficial effects may be less pronounced.

The review, the 15th in the Will be released January issue of the Canadian Medical Association Journal, also indicates that further research and large randomized controlled trials are needed before long-chain omega-3 fatty acids are used in patients with heart failure and angina.In IHO, reach unprecedented improvement the patient flow required work in the three sectors: to be released if the patient is prepared, but there are no option. most U.S. Hospitals: to-day variability that expresses between-day variability and the extension of the chain or a it is Litvak discharged view more patient the afternoons if a patient disease that their own health systems their health care status of , why should they a sudden healthier in the afternoon as many as we are minimize highs and lows in our entry, retarded must reducing ups and downs to our discharging, said Litvak.

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