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Omega-3 Levels Linked to Prevalence of Frailty in Older Adults


Consuming more oily fish or fish oil supplements may help prevent frailty in older adults in Western populations, according to new research.

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The finding that consuming more oily fish or fish oil supplements may help prevent frailty in older adults builds on previous research showing that lower levels of vitamins and antioxidants are associated with frailty. Nutrient deficiencies are particularly common in older people, with many lacking vitamin B12 and folate. An insufficient supply of essential nutrients can cause a variety of problems in older adults, with vitamin D deficiency known to be linked to poor muscle function.

Poor health does not have to be an inevitable part of the ageing process, however. Dr. Rath’s groundbreaking Cellular Medicine research shows that the major diseases and disabilities of ageing CAN be prevented and controlled. Our bodies are self-repairing systems that are designed to keep us fully functional for as long as we take care of them. If we supply ourselves with a balanced range of micronutrients on a daily basis, take regular exercise and cut down on toxin exposures, our bodies can and will make the necessary repairs to keep us healthy.

To see Dr. Rath’s scientific recommendations for daily intake of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other key nutrients, check out the special Cellular Health feature page on our website.