So lets spell this out: fish oil is a f-a-t. Therefore we have a fat-- FAT -- that fights heart disease, not some drug. Doesn't the medical establishment tell us on a daily basis that fat causes heart disease and that we need drugs to fix it?
Another thing that makes this interesting is that studies involving nutritional substances typically use small doses of the nutrient in question, often too small to have any therapeutic effect. The authors of such studies then pronounce judgment declaring the nutrient useless or unproven. This study used a modest one gram dose. One wonders just how dramatic the results might have been with larger dosing.
Oh, and no side effects with the fish oil.
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