The study showed that daily intake of omega-3 fatty acids helps the heart to contract better and reduces fibrosis in intact tissue of the heart
The increased intake of omega-3 unsaturated fatty acids by patients after a heart attack accelerates their recovery. Such conclusions were reached by American scientists in an article published in the journal Circulation.
It is known that as a result of heart attacks, the function and shape of the heart of a person can change, there are few methods of restoring it to science.
Previous studies have shown the positive role of omega-3-acids in the recovery of patients after a heart attack, but the mechanism of recovery remained unclear.
A new clinical study has shown that daily or six months later, the intake of acids helps the heart to contract better and reduces fibrosis in the intact tissue of the heart.