Benefits of omega 3 unsupported, researchers say

Updated: Monday, March 24 2014, 11:28 PM CDT
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Omega-3 may not be helping you as much as originally thought.
New  research shows eating foods high in fish oils may not actually reduce the risk of heart disease.
Researchers found the previous 72 studies conducted showed insufficient support for nutritional recommendations by groups such as American Heart Association.
Benefits of omega 3 unsupported, researchers say
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