A study in Korea posits that higher dosage and long-term use of omega-3 could positively affect cardiovascular disease management, and potentially save on healthcare costs.
The findings of this Korean study build on previous research linking omega-3 fatty acids to a reduced risk of death from coronary heart disease, lower blood pressure, and better artery health. Omega-3 supplements are proven to reduce the risk of heart attacks and cardiovascular disease events.
With researchers additionally discovering that people with higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids are less likely to die prematurely, nutritional science clearly supports ensuring an optimum supply of these essential dietary substances as a means of enhancing and protecting health.
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