American physicians have found that fish oil and vitamin D do not reduce cardiovascular disease and malignant neoplasms in the most common nutritional supplements.
High doses prescribed by doctors help people who have a high triglyceride level and reduce the risk of death from cardiovascular disease.
The professionals have welcomed the results of the two studies presented at the conference of the American Association of Cardiologists. They are instructions for a new treatment option for hundreds of thousands of patients.
Approximately 10 percent of Americans are involved in fish oil. However, they are using vitamin D, but no major research on their benefits has been made.
"Vitamin D supplements claim that it is beneficial for all, but in this study, vitamin D has been proven to be one big thing" "says James Stein, a cardiologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, who is not involved in the study.
Fish oil, also known as omega-3 fatty acid, belongs to salmon, ton, and other fish. Reduces triglycerides and reduces inflammation. There are various fish oils with different fatty acids.
During one study, Britton's Brigade and Wesna doctors managed to use only 4 grams of fish oil only for recipe. The study found that there was a high risk of cardiovascular diseases with acute triglyceride 8000 patients and statins. Five years later, 17 percent of alcoholics experienced a heart attack – heart attack, stroke, resistance to arterial pressure requiring medical intervention, and 22 percent of people in the placebo.
This means that according to BTA, an additional fat supplement for fatty oil will reduce cardiovascular events by 25%. However, it has side effects, such as arrhythmia.
The second treatment, including 26,000 healthy volunteers using 1 gram of fish oil per day in the same hospital, showed no difference in group and placebo group, although there were fewer initial infections.
The second team also checked the effects of the addition of vitamins. D. Participants in the study drink 2000 international units of vitamin. D-3 or placebo for five years. The results show that vitamin A does not affect heart disease, stroke, or cancer, but has dropped several times.