Fish Oil: Health Benefits And Advantages Of It


Fish oil benefits for your health. Did you know that consuming fish oil improves your health in many ways? Read more to know about the advantages of fish oil.

Written By Jeet Anandani | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Fish oil is most commonly consumed as a dietary supplement. The capsule is rich in omega-3 fatty acids which are beneficial for heart, skin and bones. If you are suffering from hair fall or any other skin related disease it might be because of the lack of omega 3 fatty acid in your body. Eating fish regularly and omega 3 rich food like nuts could help. Taking a fish oil supplement could help you treat these problems. There are a lot of advantages of fish oil too. Here are the benefits of fish oil.


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Benefits of Fish oil

Heart health

Studies show that people who eat a lot of fish have much lower rates of heart disease and consuming fish oil supplement would do the same thing. It also reduces blood pressure and increases good cholesterol levels. The oil also helps in lower Triglycerides by 15 to 30 per cent. But there is no clear evidence that it can prevent heart strokes or heart attack.

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Improves eye health

Our eyes rely on omega 3 fats. It is said that people who do not get enough omega 3 have a higher risk of eye diseases. Although eye health begins to decline at some point of time in life, mainly when we get old. As per Healthline, consuming a high dose of fish oil for nineteen weeks improved vision of AMD patients.

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Healthy Skin

It is said that people from south India consume more fish and that is why their hair is black even after getting old and their skin is glowing at a certain age. Fish oil and especially omega-3 improves hair and skin health. The skin is the largest organ in our body and it contains a lot of omega 3 fatty acids.

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