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Omega-3 in Fish Reduces Breast Cancer Risk (+ Dr Oz Video)

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A large review of studies concludes that women who consume more omega-3 fatty acids by eating fish were at a lower risk of having breast cancer.

The results also showed what researchers call a dose-response relationship: each 0.1-gram increase in omega-3 per day was linked with a 5 percent lower risk of having breast cancer, LiveScience reports. For comparison, a serving of an oily fish such as salmon contains about 4 grams of omega-3 fatty acids. Oily fish are those that have high concentrations of omega-3.

Video: Dr Oz on Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids

In the first video Doctor Oz educates his audience on the different types of Omega Fatty Acids. Omega-3 fats prevent cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s. However, Omega-6 fats contribute to disease and are over-abundant in our diets. Omega-6 are present in processed foods made with industrial oils such as safflower, sunflower, and soybean oil. In short, Omega-6s are detrimental to our health since we get too much.

Dr. Mark Hyman is Dr. Oz’s guest on this series. They discuss the how Omega 3 and Omega 6 are unique:

In the second video Doctor Oz shows how too much Omega-6 causes inflammation throughout the body. Omega-6 fats contribute to disease and are over-abundant in our diets. Omega-6s are present in processed foods made with industrial oils such as safflower, sunflower, and soybean oil. In short, Oomega-6s are detrimental to our health since we get too much.

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