Rules For Consuming Fish Oil For Diabetics And Heart Disease?
In the morning I want to ask, can people with diabetes and heart consume fish oil once a day in the long run ?? dangerous ?? Thank you
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Need to be clear, what fish oil products do you mean? What are the ingredients in the product?
Nowadays, many fish oil products are circulating that are claimed by the producers to produce good effects for health. In fact, this is not always wrong. However, you need to be more careful in choosing a product. Because, if you are not careful, it could be, there are other additional substances in these oil products that have the potential to cause adverse effects on health, especially if consumed in the long run.
Fish oil is usually processed using mackerel, herring, tuna, salmon, cod liver, and so on. Fish oil is known to contain lots of omega-3 fatty acids, especially EPA and DHA which are good for lowering triglyceride, cholesterol, and also lowering blood pressure. Therefore, consumption of fish oil is certainly good for diabetics and also for heart disease.
Not only that, fish oil also has a variety of other uses, such as:
Maintain heart and blood vessel health Maintain kidney health Maintain liver health Improve brain function, including also improve memory and prevent mental disorders Nourish the eyes, minimize symptoms of dry eyes, cataracts, glaucoma Maintain gastrointestinal health, including alleviating gastric ulcer, intestinal inflammation, pancreatitis Healthy health of the reproductive organs, for example also minimizes menstrual pain, healthy fetus in the womb (in pregnant women) Increase body stamina, muscle strength Maintain ideal body weight Minimize the formation of cancer cells, etc. However, all things that are excessive can certainly be dangerous. Therefore, it is not recommended for you to consume fish oil in the long run, especially considering the history of the disease you are suffering from. Therefore, as with drugs or other supplements, fish oil also has side effects. Among the side effects that might occur due to excessive consumption of fish oil are allergies, unhealthy bad breath, increased risk of bleeding, impaired immunity, and so on. Could be juka, if the fish oil is processed with fish that contain mercury or other harmful substances, then you can also experience the negative effects of it.
Therefore, before consuming fish oil in the long run, you should consult with your doctor or internal medicine specialist.
I hope this helps.