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Were you looking for information about Omega-3? Omaga-3 is a common misspelling of omega-3.
Many people take omega-3 supplements when they are unable to obtain omega-3 fatty acids through their normal diet. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential nutritional components that may help lower triglycerides, decrease inflammation, and reduce blood pressure. Some of the side effects that may occur include diarrhea, nausea, and easy bruising or bleeding.
(Click Omega-3 for a more in-depth look at omega-3 fatty acids, including information on the benefits, effectiveness, and potential side effects.)
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