People with high levels of omega-3s (fatty acids found in cold-water fish and plant oils) have lower blood pressure and a lower risk of heart disease. Those with low levels are more likely to have memory loss and brain shrinkage as they age. But is it the case that taking omega-3 fish-oil supplements, as 21% of U.S. adults report doing, really help? Get the big picture thanks to this comprehensive Wall Street Journal Article: Continue reading
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