Omega-3 fatty acid supplements may help the heart heal itself after a heart attack, according to a new study.
According to a study, a type of omega 3 fatty acids can help prevent liver damage, particularly among people who are obese or have a poor diet.
EPA and DHA - are the two fatty acids that are limited in supply nowadays. Other fatty acids are readily available through plants-based sources.
A new study has indicated that omega-6 fatty acids may help reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Fish oil which contains Omega-3 fatty acids helps to boost brain functions and acts as an anti-inflammatory within the body -- helping athletes and soldiers manage intense training better, finds a study.
Love to eat hard cheese, whole milk, butter, beef, and chocolate? Beware, as a new study suggests that regular consumption of such major saturated fatty acids can increase the risk of coronary heart disease.
Foods rich in omega 3 fatty acids are considered a boon for skin health. They fall under the umbrella of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) that are basically good fatty acids that are good for both ...
Omega 3 are good fats that are anti-inflammatory and strengthen the hair follicles and help them grow
Eating omega-3 fatty acid-rich foods may help reduce risk of children developing asthma symptoms which are triggered by indoor air pollution.
A study says that a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids helps reduce anti-social and aggressive behaviour problems in children.