Cod liver oil's medicinal properties have been used for centuries for various ailments and even today researchers keep on discovering newer traits of cod liver oil that can be used to treat various sicknesses and diseases. The supplement obtained from fish has high contents of vitamins and nutrients and can help in treating skin, joint and heart health and additionally can resolve cognitive functioning and reduce symptoms associated with depression. In this article, we enlist the various benefits of cod liver oil. Cod liver oil comprises of rich quantities of vitamin A which not helps to maintain the general health of the body and also enhances the immune system. It also protects the body from various kinds of infections that may be caused due to bacteria and viruses. Additionally the presence of vitamin A essentially aids in the growth and development of the body.View Thread
Reconsidering saturated fat? A study published in the March issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found insufficient evidence linking saturated fat intake to cardiovascular disease. Another study in that issue suggested refined carbohydrates and being overweight are the true culprits.
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