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Fish Oil, Why Should Women Include This In Their Diets? - Dr. Low Dog (VIDEO)

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Dr. Low Dog explains why women should include fish oil in their diets.

Dr. Low Dog:
It helps stabilize the membranes, stabilize the plaque so that you’re less risk for having a recurrence of a heart attack. So, cheap for women because women with cardiovascular disease, you know, more of us die than men from our first heart attack, meaning prevention is critically important. So, I think most women should take an omega-3 supplement if she is not eating fish a couple of times a week.

Even the American Heart Association recommends that you have two servings or more of fish per week to protect your heart.

About Dr. Tieraona Low Dog, M.D.:
Dr. Tieraona Low Dog’s extensive career in studying natural medicine began more than twenty-five years ago. She studied midwifery, massage therapy, and was a highly respected herbalist, serving as President of the American Herbalist Guild and running a teaching clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico before receive her Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. She currently serves as the Director of the Fellowship at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.

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