Polyunsaturated fatty acids confer no benefit for diabetes protection


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Risk for developing type 2 diabetes is not modified by consuming more omega-3, omega-6 and/or total polyunsaturated fatty acids, according to findings published in BMJ. “The World Health Organization asked us to carry out a set of studies — systematic reviews of randomized controlled trials — assessing health effects of omega-3 and omega-6, which are polyunsaturated

Source: Polyunsaturated fatty acids confer no benefit for diabetes protection


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