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Who does not need to take fish oil supplements?

Grant Cooper, MD
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Fish oil supplements or other omega-3 fatty acid supplements are not necessary if you already consume small, cold-water fish 2 or more times per week, and do not eat substantial amounts of saturated fats.
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