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There was initial excitement that the Omega-3 fatty acids found in some fish oils might be cardioprotective but the evidence is not particularly convincing. That said, Omega-3's can be effective for lowering triglycerides.

Since my tri's were OK maybe he just did not feel the additional medication and cost were necessary. I was just wondering if anyone else had explored this option and what their result was.
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