Heart Disease - Live Longer by Taking Omega 3 Fatty Acids

Heart disease is very simply the diseased condition of heart. PhysioTru Review  Any medical expert will tell you that any medical condition of the heart or the blood vessels supplying it which impairs your cardiac functioning is generally termed as a heart disease or heart condition.

In the United States of America and many of the other industrialized countries, particularly of the West, heart disease is the leading cause of death. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) proclaims that well over 710,000 people in the United States die of heart disease each year, especially the most common type - coronary heart disease. This latter is a condition in which the arteries that nourish the heart become narrowed and unable to supply enough blood and oxygen to the heart muscle.

Oh, you don't want to know about the many other conditions and problems that can also affect the heart, such as congenital defects, malfunction of the heart valves, abnormal heart rhythms, and suchlike. However, you do want to know that there are ways to cure the condition(s) and even prevent them from happening altogether so that more and more people in the United States can live that much longer, and better.

You know this, that literally type of heart disease may eventually result in heart failure when the weakened heart is unable to pump sufficient blood to the body. This is where omega-3 fatty acids come into play. One Dr. Charles Serhan in Harvard, 1982, worked with a group of researchers which discovered that the omega-3 fatty acids form potent anti-inflammatory nanomolecules in the body called resolvins, and that they also turn into other anti-inflammatory molecules themselves, called omega-3-oxylipins.

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