Omega-3 as a Remedy?

Omega-3 as a Remedy?

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The CMA website has covered a number of topics which have looked at natural remedies used by CAM practitioners, such as OMEGA-3 and how it is being researched to see its effect on various conditions.

Some of the articles on OMEGA-3 include:


Omega-3 – “Good for the Heart” – but – “Bad for the Prostate”?

Men with high blood levels of DHA have been found to be far, far, more likely to be at risk of developing “aggressive, high-grade” prostate cancer than men with the lowest levels.


FISH OILS - the colder the water the better the oil in the fish

Omega-3s from Fish Oils boost immunity and assist in the regulation of blood pressure and blood clotting


Breast Cancer; Reduced Risk When Supplementing with Fish Oil

Researchers undertook research on their use of non-vitamin, non-mineral supplements amongst post menopausal women over a 6 year observational study.


Omega-3 Rich Diets Help to Fend Off Alzheimer’s; But Beware Exercise!

Preliminary results indicate that a diet high in Omega 3 oils and low in cholesterol appears to significantly reduce the negative effects of one of the five key molecules known to affect or cause Alzheimer’s - the APOE4 gene


How does our overall gut health impact our body image?

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New research has discovered that the strength of the
connection between our brain and internal organs is linked to

Researchers identify brain circuit for spirituality

Healing from post pandemic trauma: Moving forward after lockdown

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Study of the effects of direct oral anticoagulants vs traditional vitamin k method in order to reduce risks of dementia.

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