A-z Heart Disease List

There now seems to be no doubt that if you increase your intake of fish oil (omega 3 fats) you reduce your risks of heart disease.

Even the American Heart Association recognizes the fish oil heart disease prevention link. And they list the heart health benefits on their websites.

The Journal of the American College of Cardiology has just published a study combining the outcome of 4 different studies of around 40000 people. And they show a clear Omega 3 heart disease link, showing that more fish oils and Omega 3 oils can indeed help in treatment for existing heart problems.

Just When You Thought You Had Heard It All…

This is likewise recognized by the AHA, they recommend minimum levels of Omega 3 dietary intake on their website, and for those people with existing heart problems the minimal level is double that recommended for people with no preexisting, or known, cardio vascular problems.

Physicians use the CRP levels of patients to indicate cardiovascular disease, especially heart attacks and fatty build up in arteries. High levels can say that a patient is likely to cause the health problems. Of course, high CRP levels can also indicate other problems, but for those who’ve the potential to develop heart disease, it became an essential diagnostic tool. The new study showed that the people who drank heavily had a CRP level that placed them at a moderate risk for developing heart disease.

So clearly there is a fish oil heart disease link including for the processing of existing cardio vascular disease.

Anyone with pre existing cardio vascular problems should, however, consult a doctor before starting any supplements.

If you are interested in finding out more about how to get to the best Omega 3 supplements I visit my website where I deal with this.

So if you are getting serious about your heart health, future, and both present, you may well find that taking some fish oil supplements daily could be one of the most beautiful things you could do. Your life may depend on it.

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