Study: Taking Vitamin D, Fish Oil May Not Help Prevent Heart Attacks

Study: Taking Vitamin D, Fish Oil May Not Help Prevent Heart Attacks


UNANSWERED QUESTIONS HERE. THANKS, STEPHANIE. ALSO ON THE HEALTHWATCH, IF YOU TAKE VITAMIN D OR OWE MEG THREE FISH OIL SEPIMENTS TO PREVENT HEART ATTACKS AND CANCER, IT MAY NOT HELP. IT FOLLOWED I GROUP OF HEALTHY ADULTS FOR FIVE YEARS. RESEARCH ARE SAY THEY FOUND NO DIFFERENCE IN THOSE TAKING THE SUPPLEMENT AND THOSE GIVEN A PLACEBO. FISH OIL AND VITAMIN D WILL HAVE OTHER BENEFITS.

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  1. This is a direct quote about the same study from another CBS source. "The fish oil supplements reduced risk of heart attack by 28 percent over a five-year follow-up period, but they did not affect a person's risk of stroke or cancer, researchers found."

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/eating-fish-taking-omega-3-fish-oil-supplements-cut-heart-attack-risk-studies-find/

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