Do Omega-3s Reduce Heart Disease?

 

Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) and omega-6 PUFA are considered essential fatty acids. However, most Americans appear to meet their need for omega-3s from a typical Western diet, which contains at least 1 to 2g of omega 3s (1). However, most of the omega-3 PUFA in modern diets comes from the shorter ALA from plants and especially vegetable oils like canola and soybean. It has long bee...

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