A new book; fish oils and heart health; a super food recipe; and more

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 26 May 2020.
Tagged: fish oil, Foodwatch Newsletter, health, healthy eating, healthy heart, healthy lifestyle, newsletter, nutrition, super foods, supplements

A new book; fish oils and heart health; a super food recipe; and more
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Do you suffer from arthritis or depression? These are just two of the common health problems that have been treated in clinical research trials with fish oils. Others such as heart disease, loss of vision, chemotherapy side-effects and even the mental disorders, schizophrenia and ADHD have also been researched.

Fish oils are one of the most popular supplements people self-medicate with. So, do they work, are they worth the money? I’ll tell you more about them in this issue of the Foodwatch Newsletter.

Fish oils, super foods, heart health and more...

In the May Foodwatch Newsletter I'll tell you all about my latest eBook and how you can grab your copy,  I'll brief you on the latest research on fish oils and heart health, give you a heads up about what's new on the Foodwatch website as well as showing you what I'm eating now.  You can the find the Newsletter online here, or, better still, why not  subscribe?

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