Cooking oil has been generally used in wide area of food preparation, but a growing number of people are becoming more conscious of achieving a healthy body. While olive and coconut oil are some healthier options, people look into using alternative supplements to prevent diseases.
They say that taking a tablespoon of fish oil can make diseases avoidable, but what exactly is fish oil? Fish oil are supplements commonly used routinely by some people because of their belief that the components of fish oil can prevent cardiovascular diseases. The fact is, fish oil contains high amounts of linolenic fatty acids or Omega-3, and arachidonic acids. But preventing cardiac diseases cannot be attributed to these components according to evidences from research studies. The presumptive benefit of fish oil is only used by producers to market their products, and their claims are not even supported by clinical studies to prove the desirable effect. This led researchers to study other supplements to replace fish oil.