Why Fish Oil Fails To Prevent Diseases

fish oil failuresFish oil completely failed to help prevent any diseases and overdosing fish oil supplements can cause cancer and other diseases.  Despite the fact that there were several experiments have been conducted to prove that fish oil can cure cancer and other illness, there’s no proven studies that has been publish yet. Fish oil really fails to prevent any diseases.

Professor Brian Peskin’s studies are far more convincing; he relies on discerning only well-conducted studies and experiments. Furthermore, Prof. Peskin looks at the scientifically based causes of fish oil’s massive failures.  Recall Nobel Prize winner Richard Feynman’s brilliant quote: “It does not make any difference how smart you are, who made the guess, or what his name is—if it disagrees with real-life results, it is wrong. That is all there is to it.”

An unanticipated variable may be the true cause of the so-called success, or an ambiguous outcome may have been given a positive spin. In either case, fish oil is wrongly given the credit. This happens all the time in medical trials: Beware. Never forget the known and accepted minimal 5% error that will show (incorrectly) more than 750 fish oil FAILURES as SUCCESSES.

Fish oil’s failure is unequivocal. Some categories, such as cardiovascular disease failing to be helped with fish oil, and worsened blood glucose control in diabetics, have multiple experiments confirming failure of fish oil. These simply cannot be ignored and should give physicians great pause about their past fish oil recommendations. Fish oil doesn’t work because it can’t work—there are no known metabolic pathways that would ever lead to such miraculous claims.

 

Mike Maunu – Founder
Oxygen4Life.com

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