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Excess omega-3 fatty acids could lead to negative health effects | News & Research Communications | Oregon State University

CORVALLIS, Ore. - A new review suggests that omega-3 fatty acids taken in excess could have unintended health consequences in certain situations, and that dietary standards based on the best available evidence need to be established.

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I have taking fish oil for a long time for acute adhd. It speeds up my brain in high doses allowing easier flow of thought. 01-26-2014 10:22pm

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The issue with all of these supplements is we don't really know several things: | 1) Long term effects of the supplements themselves (might be different from getting the sources in natural foods) | 2) Are there possible side effects from taking... more »The issue with all of these supplements is we don't really know several things: | 1) Long term effects of the supplements themselves (might be different from getting the sources in natural foods) | 2) Are there possible side effects from taking these supplements (dose-relationship response). | 3) What is too much of anything?  We tend to think if a little is good, then a lot must be better.  There is also likely much individual variation as well. 01-27-2014 6:06am

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