This study was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Asthma is one of the more common childhood conditions and effects around eight percent of adults. The prevalence has been increasing since the 1980s. This study was designed to help understand the connection between omega 3 supplementation, inflammatory markers, and asthma symptoms.
What did the study find?
Supplementing with omega-3 fish oils, in a two to one (omega 3/omega6) ratio reduced inflammatory markers (leukotrienes) and symptoms in most, but not all, asthmatic participants in the study.
The news that Asthma may be helped with fish oils, I did not know, so this is encouraging news.
I do know from my own experience and from hearing from countless others that fish oil helps with the inflammation and pain from arthritis and other joint pain and swelling.
Message me for more information on fish oil, which is the safe one to take and what to avoid.
You can also check out the fish oil I recommend, OmegaGuard
Click this link to read the whole study: Omega-3 Fish Oils, Inflammation, and Asthma Study
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