1. Supportive, but not conclusive research (lowest level)
2. Credible evidence
3. Significant scientific agreement.
“I think the approval of the health claims is a welcome step forward in the recognition of the multiple health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids. It’s not just about their effects on blood lipids, like triglycerides,” said Harris. “The do affect other risk factors, like blood pressure and endothelial function.”
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Sources: Regulations.gov, NutraIngredients.com, GOEDomega3.com.