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Omega 3 fatty acids: Beneficial in many ways

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Due to the rising popularity of vegetarian diets as well as increasing fears about PCBs in seafood and mercury, many people prefer flax oil. Flax oil contains alpha-linolenic acids which is in short called as ALA and is a subsidiary for fish oil.

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