Fish oils no, now

By tankmom Latest Reply 2012-08-01 00:13:46 -0500
Started 2012-07-31 22:41:29 -0500

First listened to the quip on the Fish oils may be not be the magic food for heart health, then I listend to the quip on tryglycerides where they from the looks and sounds of it just recently reviewed the good effects of fish. We just don't know what to believe any more. Science is great, but I really wish the conflicts would be put to rest. Everything is going to have a positive or negative reaction on any given person and we can't be being told it is okay today but not tomorrow. Rather confused at this days end. Good nite all.

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HeartHawk 2012-08-01 00:13:46 -0500 Report


Yeah, read all that stuff. I am still taking fish oil. The earliier studies are just so compelling! I know science changes buts its the nature of the beast. At the end of the day you are right, we are all different and there is no magic bullet. All we can do is test and track what works for us. The trick is to not just blindly follow conventional wisdom. However, you do need test data to monitor how things affect you. It;s a lot of work and potentially expensive yet necessary. Without data you are blind. For example, when I was low-fat junkie I used to laugh at the low-carb people eating cheeseburgers without the bun - until I went low-cab and watched my cholesterol drop like a rock. Then I was convinced!



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