Industry Responds to California Fish Oil Lawsuit

Nutrition Business Journal


A California lawsuit filed on March 2, 2010, alleges that “some fish oil supplements have been sold containing illegally undisclosed and unnecessarily high levels of contamination with polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) compounds.” California law requires that companies warn consumers about contaminant exposures above “safe harbor” limits for human PCB consumption.


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Study: Fish Oil Pills Might Prevent Schizophrenia

Associated Press


According to a study conducted in Austria, the omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil may help prevent young people with signs of mental illness from developing schizophrenia. Some researchers hypothesize that schizophrenia is caused by an inability to correctly process fatty acids, which are essential to normal brain function. In people disposed to develop schizophrenia, omega-3 supplements may therefore help brain cells repair themselves, protecting against the onset of the disease.


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