Can They Really Improve Cardiovascular Health?
Probably no supplement has deserved as much attention – and created as much confusion – as fish oil. Some research suggests that taking a fish oil supplement every day may reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes, while other studies suggest that the evidence remains thin.
Then there are the different types of fish oil supplements that you can buy at drug stores and online. Are you sure? And are they a better option than just eating fish?
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