Omega 3 Supplements May Not Reduce Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

Nita Wong ‘21 The consumption of omega 3 fats is commonly believed to protect against heart disease by reducing blood pressure or cholesterol levels. Although the three main types of fatty acids that comprise Omega 3 fats are readily found in the foods we eat. For example, alphalinolenic acid (ALA) is found in many nuts and seeds and both eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid … Continue reading Omega 3 Supplements May Not Reduce Risk of Cardiovascular Disease