July 2007 Issue
Omega-3-Fortified Foods: Fish Out of Water or Healthful Addition to Diet?
Foods (read fish) rich in omega-3 fatty acids alleviateómaybe even preventóa host of health ailments, such as Alzheimerís, arthritis, heart disease and some cancers. Food companies, anticipating demand, are adding omega-3 acids to foods of every ilk, from eggs to yogurt. EN evaluates the trend.
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