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  1. Arti says:

    established that the extent of atherosclerotic lesions was lower in Alaska natives than in nonnatives and judged that their lipid profiles were related to their diet (reflecting the high intake of omega-3 fatty acids by Eskimos) and not genetic in origin. In one such study (55) , Newman et al. A number of studies have examined the nature of those associations in societies where there is a high dietary intake of omega-3 fatty acids. Earlier we noted a large epidemiological study (7) identifying inverse relationships between omega-3 levels and cardiovascular disease.

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