“It is interesting to note that in Japan, where the mean Omega-3 Index is greater than 8%, the expected life span is around five years longer than it is in the United States, where the mean Omega-3 Index is about 5%. Hence, in practice, dietary choices that change the Omega-3 Index may prolong life,” said Michael McBurney, PhD, FCNS-SCN, lead researcher in this study..”

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A Low Omega-3 Index Is Just as Strong a Predictor of Early Death as Smoking