US doctors have found that fish oil and vitamin D do not reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer in the most common dietary supplements.
However, high doses of fish oil prescribed by doctors help people with high triglyceride levels and reduce the risk of death from cardiovascular disease.
Experts welcomed the results of two studies published at the American Cardiologists Association conference. They said it was a guideline for new treatment options for hundreds of thousands of patients.
About 10% of Americans drink fish oil supplements. Still, they are using Vitamin D, although great research has not been done about their benefits.
"Supporters of vitamin D claim it is useful for everything, but in this particular study vitamin D has turned out to be one big." "Said James Stein, a cardiologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, who was not involved in the study.
Fish oil, also known as omega-3 fatty acids, is found in salmon, tuna and other fish. It lowers triglycerides and reduces inflammation. There are other major fatty acids and fish oil varieties.
In one study, doctors at Brigham and Womens Hospital in Boston tracked the effects of a 4 gram fish oil supplements that were only available in prescriptions. In this study, 8,000 patients with hypertriglycerida and a higher risk of cardiovascular disease taking imystatin were higher. Five years later, 17 percent of drug addicts survived 22 percent of the placebo arm in cases of heart attack, stroke, and arterial occlusion requiring medical intervention.
This means that high fat fish oil supplements reduce the risk of cardiovascular events by 25% according to BTA. However, there are side effects such as arrhythmia.
The second study was conducted at the same hospital, with a daily dose of 1 g of fish oil mixed with 26,000 healthy volunteers. The first infarction was less, but there was no difference between addiccine and placebo.
The second team also tested the effect of the vit additives. D. The study participants drank vit in international units in 2000. D-3 or placebo for 5 years. The results show that the sun's vitamins do not affect heart attacks, strokes or cancer incidence, but the latter has declined somewhat.