Omega-3 fatty acids appear to favor prostate cancer according to a new medical study

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A controversial discussion began around the topic of health supplements(which contain omega -3) usage. Many specialists affirmed that they don’t recommend eating supplements and they can only recommend people to apply a healthy diet all the time during their life.
This information, recently made public, started various opinions from common people, most of them using omega-3. “Take a look at the side effects of any pharmaceutical. More junk science to try to discourage people from doing what is healthy and take the junk drug companies produce” was a such comment on a website. “My urologist says he pays absolutely no attention to any of those so-called studies. Instead he relies on his 25 years of experience as an urologist in treating his patients” was another.

The controversial medical research was published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. The lead author was Alan Kristal of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.

 

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