Omega-3 fatty acids are important nutrients involved in many body activities, especially immune system responses. Your body doesn't produce omega-3 fatty acids and must get them from the food you eat.
Research has shown that omega-3 fatty acids can help reduce the risk of heart disease by decreasing the risk of arrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythms), which can lead to sudden cardiac death. Omega-3 fatty acids also slow the growth of plaque in arteries and reduce levels of the unhealthy type of...Read more
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