A study published lately in the Journal of the American Medical Association has been denying previous findings that fish oil supplements like a pill is helpful for heart health. It is being claimed instead that the pills do not reduce the risks of a stroke or heart disease anyhow.
In fact, the team of researchers from the University Hospital of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece says that if it would have been a fact, one and all would have been only dependent on pills to live longer.
A review of 20 clinical trials was held by the team, which led it to conclude the same. It has been found that the benefits from fish oil supplements are nothing but boasts. The product is in turn only benefitting the sellers.
It is evident from the sales last year, which saw a spending of more than $1 billion by residents of the nation on these pills. Also, it has been found that the sales are only on rise with time with no improvement in the pill's quality.
68,000 participants were involved in the review, but none had shown a reduction in his risks of strokes or heart attacks by using the pill, the team concludes.
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