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Grab Lucky 3 Abalone Back Your Home @CNY Giveaway Contest

Lucky 3 Abalone CNY Giveaway Contest • Grab Abalone Back Your Home! Period • 29 Dec 2014 – 8 Feb 2015 Weekly Winners • Each

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Fish Oils A Must for Heart Attack Survivors

SANTA MARIA IMBARO, ITALY. A group of Italian researchers (GISSI) reported in 1999 that supplementation with fish oil reduces the mortality among patients who have

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FISOL3 Triple Strength Fish Oil Official Launching

FISOL3 Triple Strength Fish Oil is highly concentrated with more than 70% omega-3 fatty acids. Compare this to regular strength 30-35% concentrated, and even double

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Older People Benefit from Fish Oils

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. There is abundant evidence that a diet rich in fatty fish is highly protective against death from heart disease in people 65 years

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Fish Consumption Lowers Heart Rate

LILLE, FRANCE. There is increasing evidence that an elevated heart rate is associated with an increased risk of sudden cardiac death. In the Paris Prospective

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How Much Fish Oil Per Day To Be Given For Good Health

Fish oil is good or not for health and how much fish oil per day is a hot topic nowadays. Researches have been carried on

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Are you getting enough Omega-3?

The American Heart Association(AHA) recommends eating fish two to four times per week. However, even those who eat fish several times a week may not

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Antiarrhythmic Properties of Fish Oils

CHIETI, ITALY. Several large clinical trials have confirmed the ability of fish oils to prevent sudden cardiac death in both presumably healthy subjects as well

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Omega-3 Mechanism of Action

Potential mechanisms by which Omega-3 may reduce risk of cardiovascular disease: Reduce susceptibility of the heart to ventricular rrhythmia Antithrombogenic Hypotriglyceridemic (fasting and postprandial) Retard

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