Omega-3’s Return on Investment

According to a recent European study, young people have an inexpensive and bullet shot at preventing the development of high blood pressure by increasing their intake of omega-3 fatty acid, a high-octane nutrient. This study was presented at the American Heart Association’s 2016 Scientific Session. This study involved measuring the amount of omega-3 fatty acids in the blood of 2,036 young and healthy adults.

They first assessed each subject’s blood pressure and found that those with the most omega-3s in their blood had the lowest systolic blood pressure. Those with the lowest amount in their blood had the highest diastolic blood …read more