Omega-Enhanced Margarines a Heart-Saver?

They taste like butter and offer a boost of heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids, but these omega-enhanced margarines may not actually help your heart, according to new research from the Netherlands. In a study of almost 5,000 patients who had previously had a heart attack, eating a daily serving of omega-3 charged margarine had no effect on the likelihood of a second heart attack. Margarines containing different types of omega-3 fatty acids were tested, one with EPA-DHA, one with ALA and another...Full Story
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