Fish Oil Health Benefits - The Use of Fish Oil - Omega-3 - Some Side Effects

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Fish Oil Health Benefits

Fish OilFish oil is usually taken as a nutritional supplement rich in omega-3 fatty acids. It seems that the health benefits of the fish oil has no end. It strengthens the heart, immunity, improves brain function, prevents the occurrence of cancer, eye diseases and problems with bones. According to recent scientific studies, it can slow down the aging of the body, too.

This type of oil has the strongest protective effect on patients with established cardiovascular disease. More recently, doctors recommend the use of fish oil to patients who have experienced heart attack. Recent findings show that it helps in protecting brain from Alzheimer's disease.

Fish oil has polyunsaturated fats - namely healthy fats. In the first place, these are the omega-3 essential fatty acids. They prevent blood clotting, help to reduce blood pressure and strengthen the immune system. Also, they are important for the creation of prostaglandins, one of the most important hormones in the body.

These acids we can enter into the body only through the foods. The highest percentage of omega-3 fatty acids are found in fatty fish like: carp, mackerel, salmon, fresh tuna and herring.

And here are some other health benefits of fish oil:

- Prevents frequent occurrence of respiratory infections
- Regulates the absorption of calcium and phosphorus from the digestive tract, so it is recommended to prevent rickets in children
- It is useful in the nutrition of malnourished children, pregnant and lactating women
- Omega-3 fatty acids reduce the level of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood

Please note: American doctors from the University of Michigan recommends caution to people who suffer from chronic bowel disease. In such persons excessive intake of fish oil can cause some side effects such as the development of colitis and colorectal cancer.






Omega-3

Omega-3 fatty acids

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential for growth and development of the human organism. The human body is unable to synthesize them, therefore it is necessary to bring them through food.

Now, the logical question: Which foods are rich in omega-3 fatty acids?




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