Omega-3 index may be a marker for overall health, says study
A recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Lipidology has shown that the risk for death from any cause was reduced by about 33% comparing the lowest Omega-3 Index (the EPA+DHA content of red blood cell membranes) participants to the highest suggesting the Omega-3 Index can serve as a marker of overall health. A higher Omega-3 Index was associated with reduced risk of both CVD and all-cause mortality.
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