10 Inconvenient Truths about Fish Oil

The PEOs are about SUCCESS and medical research reveals numerous fish oil failures. There are medical journal articles detailing fish oil’s failures to human health are called “Inconvenient Truths”. There is something “fishy” about fish oil, most people develop indigestion or suffer a nasty after taste with its use. These are just common effects of fish oil experienced mostly by patients.

Below are 10 Inconvenient Truths about fish oil: fish oil

Inconvenient Truth #1: Fish oil FAILS to prevent either primary or secondary cardiovascular diseases or CVD (2013).

Inconvenient Truth #2: Fish oil increases endothelial (lining of the blood vessels) platelet connection in heart patients: This is not, however, a protective effect.

Inconvenient Truth #3: DHA and fish oil are shown as completely worthless in treatment for Alzheimer’s disease (2010).

Inconvenient Truth #4: Fish oil increases the risk of colon cancer (2010).

Inconvenient Truth #5: Glycemic (blood sugar) control worsens during fish oil administration.

Inconvenient Truth #6: Fish oil ruins mitochondria functionality (2006).

Inconvenient Truth #7: Fish oil accelerates aging (2011). Fish oil increases oxidative stress and decreases lifespan.

Inconvenient Truth #8: Fish oil does not slow atherosclerosis or hardening and narrowing of the arteries in patients with existing arterial disease.

Inconvenient Truth #9: Fish oil continues to fail in preventing cancer (2012).

Inconvenient Truth #10: Fish oil harmfully affects chemotherapy; instead it makes chemotherapy drugs ineffective (2011).

In conclusion, fish oil is substantially harmful to humans when routinely taken whether prescribed or not prescribed by physicians. PEOs should ALWAYS be a priority over fish oil.

 

Mike Maunu – Founder
Oxygen4Life.com

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