Could Eating Salmon Improve Your Cardiovascular Health?

What would you say if there was something that could prevent a heart attack or cut your chance of a second heart attack by 50%?  And what if it was inexpensive and non-prescription?

Essential Fatty Acids has been clearly proven to lower triglycerides, turn off arrhythmias, and dramatically drop your chance of dying from a heart attack. In fact, it is among three of the top nutrients that have been shown to make the difference in those who survive a heart attack. They include essential fatty acids, the 8-part vitamin E and magnesium.  

Why EFAs? They help to simmer down inflammation in the plaque, making it less likely to rupture or clot. So, make sure that you consume lots of essential fatty acids sources to oil those arteries!

References:

Reiffel JA, McDonald A, Antiarrhythmic effects of omega-3 fatty Acids, Am J Cardiol, 98: 50i-60i, 2006

Jacobson TA, Secondary prevention of coronary artery disease with omega-3 fatty acids, Am JCardial, 98: 61i-70i, 2006

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