New research suggests omega-3s do indeed reduce prostate cancer

A new study suggests that omega-3's do fight prostate cancer, findings that oppose the claims of a meta-analysis released this summer that scared some consumers away from fish oil.

Omega-3 fatty acids are killers - killers of prostate cancer cells. That's  according to a new Chinese study that's a fishy slap in the face to proponents of controversial research published this summer that claimed omega-3's lead to an increased risk of prostate cancer. The media buzz around that study caused a drop in fish oil sales.

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