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New Meta-Analysis Adds Credence To Positive Blood Pressure Outcomes Associated With Omega-3s

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“A comprehensive new meta-analysis underpins previous evidence and adds further credence to the positive impact of omega-3 fatty acids on high blood pressure.” [Source:]


Published by researchers from Iran, this new meta-analysis examines 10 previous meta-analyses which included 131 separate trials and 6,334 study participants. The dosages of omega-3 fatty acids employed in these trials varied from between 2.2 grams per day to 6 grams per day. The duration of the trials ranged from 4 to 29 weeks. The researchers found that in studies with 400 or more participants and a mean age of over 45, blood pressure was substantially reduced.

Previous research has already shown that micronutrients play a vital role in maintaining normal blood pressure. For example, a systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies has shown that levels of vitamin C are inversely associated with blood pressure.

Ultimately, of course, the most effective approach to controlling high blood pressure is not based upon the use of any one single micronutrient. Instead, it requires a carefully chosen group of micronutrients acting in biological synergy. Dr. Rath’s research has revealed that the key micronutrients in this respect include vitamin C, magnesium, and the amino acids arginine, lysine, and proline.

To learn more about Dr. Rath’s scientific approach to preventing and controlling high blood pressure naturally, see this article on our website.

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