U.K. draft guidelines no longer recommend omega-3 for heart attack patients

The consumption of oily fish and omega-3 supplements has "minimal" impact on preventing future cardiovascular events in comparison with new treatment methods, according to a draft guidance issued by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence in the U.K. The new guidelines do recommend a Mediterranean-style diet, including using plant-oil products rather than cheese and butter.

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