Omega-3 fatty acids shown to benefit heart disease patients

01/20/2010 | Reuters

Studies have shown that consumption of omega-3 fatty acids provides protection to heart disease patients, but questions remain about how the fatty acids work. In a more recent study, researchers "found a very clear association that increasing levels of the amount of omega-3 fish oil in the blood was associated with a decrease in the rate of biological aging," which could explain how fish oil benefits heart patients, one of the study authors said.

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