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In the News - 10-06

Better Omega-3 to Omega-6 Ratio Could Reduce Prostate Cancer Risk. A new UCLA study is another piece of evidence that Americans need to get more Omega-3 fatty acids and less Omega-6s. Americans get up to 20 times more Omega-6s than Omega-3s. The recommended ratio is 1:1, or one gram of Omega-3 to every gram of Omega-6. In the UCLA study, the participants fed a diet with a 1:1 ratio had a 77% lower PSA level and 22% less prostate tumor cell growth rate compared to the group fed a high Omega-6 diet.
n New Study Demonstrates CoQ10's Health Benefits. A new study conducted in Italy showed that CoQ10 supplementation improved the cardiovascular health of people with chronic heart failure. After four weeks of supplementation, blood flow increased by 38% and the heart's functional capacity improved significantly by 9%.

Folic Acid Supplementation Helps Repair DNA. A new research study published in the British Journal of Cancer showed that daily folic acid supplementation could improve the stability and repair of DNA. This could reduce the risks of certain cancers linked to faults in genetic code such as breast, lung, colorectal and pancreatic cancers. The amount of folic acid intake was 1.2mg per day, which is three times the current Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA).
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