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High omega-6 levels can protect against premature death



Could omega-6 fatty acids protect you against premature death? The answer is yes, according to a new University of Eastern Finland study. While protecting against death, omega-6 fatty acids also keep cardiovascular diseases at bay.


Omega-6 fatty acids are found in vegetable oils, nuts, seeds, eggs, cereals, poultry, and other foods. An important class of nutrients, they play vital roles in brain function, the regulation of inflammation, as well as in normal growth and development. As important as they are, however, the fact is that no single nutrient alone can guarantee protection against premature death.

For optimum health and longevity, a carefully balanced intake of not just fatty acids but also vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other specific nutrients is needed. As Dr. Rath’s groundbreaking Cellular Medicine concept explains, a long-term deficiency of these nutrients is the primary cause of today’s most common chronic diseases – including cardiovascular disease and cancer. It is only by ensuring a proper intake of all the necessary nutrients that these and other diseases can be prevented.

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1 Comment

  1. Brian says:

    After some searching I found the study.
    Apart from noting the specialised obfuscation of all elitism, I was left wondering at no mention for the RATIO of Omega3 and Omega 6 – which I had thought was of critical importance?
    I also noticed the now unfounded reference to sat fat (butter), cholesterol and CVD.
    This led me to wonder if the study – which had no outside funding declared – was in some sense seeking to regenerate the market for Omega 6 in the light of current trends. This admittedly cynical view is not an accusation but something I feel to consider in any study that has huge financial repercussions or even unconscious bias to a particular model.
    I’m also aware that many seed oils oxidise easily and that this is considered a source of free radical inflammation?

    I welcome a bit more informed comment rather than a clip repost with a template reference to the principles of orthomolecular support for health.

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