London: Just two or three portions of fish every week or taking an oil supplement can ward off heart disease, especially in women, a new study has claimed. Researchers from the University of Reading found that fish oils can have a direct impact on the muscle cells that control the elasticity of blood vessels. Previous studies have shown that the omega-3 fish oils can dramatically cut the risk of death by slashing blood fats, reducing the chance of a blood clot. The study introduced small amounts of fish oils to meals containing saturated fat eaten by both men and women, the Daily Express reported. Researchers found that muscle elasticity was improved four-fold in women and two-fold in men.
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