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Fish Oil Explained Thanks To Unveiling of New Website “fishoil.com”
Date:2/8/2010

Health Website Unveiled: fishoil.com releases new information resource devoted to providing up-to-date information about fish oil and Omega 3. The website aims at providing accurate information about fish oil's numerous health benefits.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 8, 2010 -- More and more research from around the world suggests that consumption of fish oil not only offers tremendous health benefits, but that fish oil can help fight off serious medical illnesses.

The launch of the new website fishoil.com attempts to provide the average person with some clarity about Omega 3 fatty acids that are found in fish oil. Fishoil.com is an independent information resource that includes accurate and up-to-date information about fish oil and Omega 3 fatty acids.

Most people have probably heard about the numerous benefits of Omega 3 fatty acids from fish oil but they probably don’t know what all the fuss is about. Fish oil is simply oil derived from fish, and Omega 3 fatty acids are a chain of unsaturated fat that the body needs but cannot produce on its own; therefore it must be obtained from food sources, namely fish and other seafood.

With the barrage of information surrounding Omega 3 fatty acids these days, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and misinformed about the many benefits that fish oil has to offer. Much of today’s information about fish oil on the world wide web, is either too complicated to comprehend or the content is provided by vitamin companies looking to sell their brand of fish oil supplements to the unknowing consumer.

Fishoil.com presents information in laymen’s terms about fish oil’s role in healing, cognitive development, cardiovascular function and liver function to name a few. The website also talks about various sources of Omega 3 fatty acids as well as their potential side effects.

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