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Fish Oil and Sickle Cell

Posted Oct 23 2010 6:57am
Written by Sickle Cell Warrior on 23 October 2010

A new clinical trial is underway at Jefferson University to see if Fish Oil can help reduce the inflammation in tissues that patients with sickle cell often exhibit. If you want more info, click HERE .

  • Fish oil also helps in increasing and enhancing your immune system
  • Fish oil contains a lot of Vitamin A, which can help improve your vision.
  • It alleviates constricted blood vessels, increases cell division and dilates blood vessels.
  • Fish oil promotes cardiovascular health.
  • Has been known to reduce pain.
  • Pr0motes healing of tissues and cells
  • Elevates mood and reduces depression

All in all, fish oil helps and doesn’t hurt. It might be a good idea to have this remedy in your daily arsenal for a healthy life.  Fish oil is available at your local drug store, and is a simple, yet powerful remedy.

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