Study lead researcher Dr Michael McBurney from the University of Guelph in Canada said it is interesting that in Japan, where the average omega-3 index is more than eight percent, the expected life span is about five years longer than in the United States, where the average The omega-3 index is about five percent. Therefore, adding a diet that changes the omega-3 index in the daily diet can lead to a longer life.
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The study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, used data from the Framingham Heart Study (FHS), one of the longest running studies in the world. Researchers in the study found that fatty acid screening could predict mortality similar to standard risk factors.
Co-author Dr Bill Harris, president of the Fatty Acid Research Institute, said that the information given in the concentrations of fatty acids in the four red blood cells was as useful as the lipid levels, blood levels, and blood pressure in relation to the probability of total mortality. In conditions of pressure, smoking and diabetes.
It refers to the omega-3 index as a risk factor and should be considered as important as other important risk factors, and perhaps even more so.
This risk factor can be reduced by changing factors such as diet, tobacco, alcohol and physical inactivity. Researchers in the study found that lifestyle choices help identify people who are at risk. Apart from this, it can also be helpful in preventing ill health, delaying death and assessing how to treat.
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