Science shows that fish oils DO help you live longer and more...

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Wednesday, 26 May 2021.
Tagged: fish oil, Foodwatch Newsletter, health, healthy eating, healthy lifestyle, newsletter, nutrition, omega-3, rice

Science shows that fish oils DO help you live longer and more...
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Our May Foodwatch Newsletter is packed full of interesting items. Fish oils and anti-aging being just one of the topics. Take a look...

The must-read May 2021 Foodwatch Newsletter 

A year ago, I launched an ebook called Fish Oils and Omega-3s showing how the right fish oil capsule (and choosing one is complex these days) can help with a whole host of health issues. Now a research paper which analysed the data from 17 studies confirms this.  To read more check out my latest newsletter here.

You'll also find out how to sign up to my free webinar, how to make working from home  work better for you, why you really DO need to wash your rice and much more.

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