Studies: Fish Oil Doesn’t Seem To Prevent Heart Problems

STUDIES FIND FISH OIL DOESN'T PREVENT HEART ATTACKS

(CNN) – Two studies out in the Journal of the American Medical Association on Sunday show; fish oil doesn’t seem to prevent heart problems.

The first is the longest and largest trial of its kind.

It shows Omega-3 and vitamin D supplements don’t help prevent atrial fibrillation.

The second study finds Omega-3 supplements don’t reduce cardiovascular risk.

The American Heart Association has suggested fish oil supplements could slightly reduce the risk of dying after a heart attack or heart failure.

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