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Could omega-3 foods help cut damage caused by pollution?

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Could omega-3 foods help cut damage caused by pollution?

⦁ Researchers at Harvard Medical School say toxic particles can penetrate lungs⦁ Poor air quality is a major cause of disease and death and increases stroke risk⦁ Study found omega-3 fatty acids in oily fish, soy beans and spinach can be used to prevent damage caused by polluted airConsuming foods rich in omega-3 can reduce damage triggered by air pollution by approximately half, a research study has actually discovered. Scientists at Harvard Medical Institution found out that toxic particles could penetrate the lungs into other body organs, like brain and testicles.Poor air quality is a major cause of disease and fatality--...

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Every Body NEEDS Fish Oil.

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The omega-3 fatty acids contained in fatty fish provide potentially dozens of important health benefits, such as helping to control blood clotting and building brain cells. As important as these nutrients are, your body doesn't naturally produce omega-3s—you need to provide them in the food you eat. Fish oil is known to support heart health by reducing triglyceride's (unhealthy fat in the blood). It may also reduce symptoms of asthma, ADHD, obesity, kidney disease, menstrual pain, osteoporosis, psoriasis, dry eyes, mental illness, and a host of other illnesses. But too much fish oil can produce undesirable side effects and increase...

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