Which dose of omega-3 fatty acids must be taken in different cases of hypertriglyceridemia?

T MogoĊŸ, Carmen Dondoi
Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine 2008, 46 (1): 81-6
Omega-3 fatty acids are very important nutritive agents with a large effect on human health. Omega-3 ensures a protective effect on cardiac diseases, arthrosis, elasticity of vessels, prolong the bleeding time, improve the theology of the blood, protect the endothelium by atherosclerosis, low heart rate and blood pressure, reduce the risk for cardiac arrhythmya, etc. It also lowers the hypertriglyceridemia. The doses to achieve these effects are still on debate. It is very important, at least for the patients with hypertriglyceridemia for which omega-3 fatty acids are used constantly, to obtain the maximum of benefits.

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