December 15, 2020

New research on omega-3s and heart rate has been published in The Fatty Acid Research Institute (FARI) in conjunction with The Cooper Institute. 

Dr. James H O'Keefe, MD, a cardiologist and Medical Director of the Charles and Barbara Duboc Cardio Health & Wellness Center at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute, remarked that this research provides "strong data supporting the robust cardiovascular benefits of ."

Read the full article: Medical Xpress: New research on omega-3s and heart rate recovery

 

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