Omega-3 & Inflammation

Increasing your intake of fish oil over vegetable oil may help reduce the inflammation in various organs and tissue.*

A study of omega-3 over omega-6 has shown that increasing fish oil (omega-3) has lowered the effect of formulation of a chemical called prostanoids. Prostanoids, when produced in excess, increase inflammation in various organs and tissues. This study has shown that unlike omega-6 (vegetable oil), omega-3 fatty acids help stop the production of the prostanoids. More research studies are in progress to research the benefits of omega-3 versus omega-6.

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*Akbaraly, N.T., Faure, H., Gourlet, V., Favier, A., Berr, C. “Plasma Carotenoid Levels and Cognitive Performance in an Elderly Population: Results of the EVA Study.” The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences. 62:308-316. 2007.

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