Mayo Clinic Jumps On the Fish Oil Bandwagon

Friday, May 02, 2008
By: Byron J. Richards,
Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist

Miracles never cease and it appears that the Mayo Clinic1 is trying to enter the 21st century with at least a finger on the nutritional pulse of reality.  My cursory review of their website found them woefully lacking even the basic ideas of what really works on most health topics – but at least they have come out and stated that fish oil is a terrific nutrient for the prevention and treatment of heart disease.

They recommended 1 gram of fish oil per day for those with or at risk for coronary artery disease and 500 mg a day for general prevention.  They also suggested 3-4 grams of fish oil per day for those with elevated triglycerides.

I guess it was impossible for the Mayo Clinic to ignore thousands of published studies.  It is a glimmer of light for an organization that has been living with its head in the sand on the subject of nutrition for decades.

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