What's Hot in Nutrition, Dietary Supplements, Health and Wellness Today
What's Hot features original summaries of the latest peer-reviewed journal articles published in the fields of longevity, dietary supplements, health and wellness, and nutrition. Access the latest news concerning nutritional supplements and vitamins online at What's Hot each Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Articles are archived by month and year of publication for easy retrieval. What's Hot reports exciting findings on everything from the vitamins and supplements you and your family use on a daily basis to advanced high tech breakthroughs in the field of gerontology.
We invite you to browse the What's Hot archive to view past headlines in the areas of nutrition, health and wellness that the majority of the public are still unaware of.
Higher red blood cell omega 3 levels in women linked to lower risk of mortality over 14.9 year median follow-up
February 22 2017. A study published on January 12, 2017 in the Journal of Clinical Lipidology revealed a lower risk of death among women with higher red blood cell omega 3 polyunsaturated fatty acid levels over a 14.9 year median follow up period.
The research included 6,501 women who enrolled in the Women’s Health Initiative Memory Study beginning in 1996. Red blood cell polyunsaturated fatty acid levels, which included the omega 3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and their sum (the Omega 3 index) were measured upon enrollment. The women were followed through August 2014, during which time there were 1,851 deaths.
Vitamins and supplements news are posted here frequently to keep you up-to-date with the latest advances in health and wellness. We have an unparalleled track record of breaking stories about dietary supplements and life extension advances.