Omega 3 fatty acids, Can slow the Spread of Liver Cancer!
Omega 3 fatty acids are associated with widespread health benefits. And now, the University of Pittsburgh study suggests that Omega 3 fatty acids can slow the spread of liver cancer!
Omega 3 fatty acids are considered to be good for your heart, knees and development of the fetus. Omega 3 fatty acids are found in some sprouts, seeds and fish that live in the cold waters such as salmon. Our body can not produce omega 3 fatty acids and why doctors advise patients to eat at least two servings of fish a week.
Now researchers at the University of Pittsburgh say that Omega 3 fatty acids may be the prevention of liver cancer and that they can be treated the same disease. The researchers treated the cells of liver cancer in laboratory with omega-3 fatty acids with such results, according to the doctor Tong Whoo. “Our data showed that omega-3 fatty acids cause the extinction of liver cancer cells.” Doctor Wu says that this study is good news because it is not easy to determine liver cancer until he was in advanced stage …
The most common form of liver cancer is fatal in between three to six months of diagnosis. He points out that the number of Americans who established this disease has doubled over the past twenty years, and that in some African and Asian countries, the most common form of cancer. “For him fall about 6 percent of all cancers in men in the world, and he is the cause of about half a million deaths from the disease annually.” Liver cancer is most common in developing countries due to the prevailing hepatitis, liver disease. And, in people with hepatitis usually develop liver cancer. Doctor Wu said that the next step in the research is testing the influence of omega-3 fatty acids