Study: Eating fish is better than omega-3 supplements for heart

10/3/2012 | Reuters

A Harvard Medical School study of more than 20,000 male physicians showed that while eating fish regularly reduced the likelihood of developing heart failure, the results for taking omega-3 supplements were less clear. Alice Lichtenstein of the Cardiovascular Nutrition Laboratory at Tufts University said the study helps show that more support is needed to modify the diets of people at risk for heart disease.

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