You've heard about essential fatty acids. There is increasingly scientific evidence showing the importance of these fatty acids in health support, particularly cardiovascular health. Eating at least two servings a week of fresh ocean fish, high in Omega-3 fatty acids, is a good strategy, but you may not like fish, or be able to find the quality and affordability you want year round. Supplementing with a high quality fish oil product, that contains standardized levels of Omega-3 fatty acids, is another excellent way to get the health benefits supplied by fish oils. Wild fish, from cold ocean waters, contain consistently high levels of these important nutrients, in a natural ratio.
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Anyone taking fish oil supplements should also take 200 to 400 IU of natural-source vitamin E to prevent the formation of damaging free radicals that result when the body metabolizes the oil.
Fish oils help keep blood thin and reduce the risk of clots, so persons on blood thinning medication should check with their nutritionally-oriented doctor before taking them.
Fish oils are not recommended for people with a tendency to haemorrhage or who have bleeding disorders, such as hemophilia.
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