Tag: docosahexaenoicAcid

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA): An omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid found primarily in seafood, especially cold water fatty fish. The other main omega-3 marine fatty acid is eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA).

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01/04/16
Walnut compounds have chemopreventive actions
04/13/15
Fish oil supplements and some fatty fish could reduce effectiveness of chemotherapy
03/08/15
Low omega-3 compared to omega-6 levels linked to increased risk of breast cancer
11/16/13
Fish oil reduces lung metastases in mouse model of breast cancer
07/10/13
Fatty fish consumption is linked to reduced breast cancer risk
12/27/12
Fish oil inhibits early stages of HER-2 tumor development
11/30/12
Fish fats reduce breast cancer risk whereas some other types of fat increase it
10/14/12
Fatty fish compound DHA increases Adriamycin efficacy in triple negative breast cancer cells
04/23/12
High omega-6 content of common cooking oils interferes with benefits of vegetable omega-3
11/17/11
Brown seaweed compound fucoidan induces breast cancer cell death
05/09/11
Curcumin and DHA act synergistically in hormone receptor negative HER2+ breast cancer
12/08/10
Intermittent calorie restriction plus fish oil prevents breast cancer more than either alone

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