Fish oil supplementation and risk of atherosclerosis

What is Atherosclerosis? KANSAS CITY, KANSAS. Atherosclerosis is the hardening of the arteries due to plaque build-up, which can lead to heart attack or stroke. Short-term trials have concluded that fish oil... Read more »

Fish oils fight atherosclerosis

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK. Medical doctors at two Copenhagen hospitals have confirmed that regular consumption of fish prevents narrowing of the arteries due to atherosclerosis. The doctors performed 40 autopsies and determined that the... Read more »

Garlic and fish oils lower cholesterol

Cholesterol and Coronary Heart Disease GUELPH, CANADA. Elevated levels of total cholesterol and low-density-lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol are well established risk factors for coronary heart disease. It is also clear that people with... Read more »

Fish oils reverse atherosclerosis

Fish Oil and Atherosclerosis MUNICH, GERMANY. Atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) can lead to serious issues, such as stroke, heart attack, and even death. German medical researchers have released the results of... Read more »

Bypass patients may benefit from fish oils

MUNICH, GERMANY. There is considerable evidence that fish oil supplements may help prevent or slow down atherosclerosis. Some studies have shown that one of the benefits of fish oil supplementation may be... Read more »

Fish oils and heart disease

Do Fish Oils Lower C-Reactive Protien (CRP)¬†Levels? AALBORG, DENMARK. It is increasingly clear that atherosclerosis is, at least partially, an inflammatory disease. There is also growing evidence that high blood levels of... Read more »

Fish oils help reduce risk of atherosclerosis and blood clots

Fish and Fish Oil Benefit the Heart in Many Ways EDINBURGH, UNITED KINGDOM. It is well-established that consuming oily fish on a regular basis substantially reduces the risk of fatal coronary artery... Read more »

High fish oil intake equals less atherosclerosis

Coronary Artery Disease Risk: Biological or Environmental? PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. It is a well-established fact that Japanese men have far less coronary artery disease than do American men. A recent, large autopsy-based study... Read more »