Omega-3 evidence fishy… or not?

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A recent Cochrane review found little evidence to support omega-3 supplements, but CMA urges consumers to look at the “large body of evidence” for their use Results of the recent review, including 79 randomised controlled trials (112,059 participants) of moderate‐ and high‐quality evidence, suggested that increasing omega‐3 polyunsaturated fatty acids has little or no effect

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