Fatty Fish Farce

fishy  Fish oil is not all that it’s cracked up to be.

Although polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) are more than problematic when consumed regularly by humans, fish oil is still commonly recommended as a health supplement.

Blood sugar issues, including hyperglycaemia, insulin resistance, and diabetes, are some problems associated with overconsumption.

Sugar is an essential fuel, and fish oil and other PUFAs interfere with your body’s ability to use it effectively.

Fish like their fat unsaturated so they can swim in cold waters.

On the other hand, we need fats that don’t oxidize at room temperature and beyond.

Nature knew what it was doing.

Have you tried removing fish oil and other PUFAs from your diet?

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