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PUFAntastic or Not: Are Fatty Acids as Good as Proponents Suggest? Charles P. Vega, MD

31 Jul. 2014 Posted by SAOTA

Clinical Pearls

• American dietary habits have changed to include fewer trans fats, and over 10 million US adults take PUFA supplements.
• The current systematic review and meta-analysis failed to demonstrate any improvement in the risk for CHD associated with dietary consumption of PUFAs.
• Moreover, PUFA supplements failed to reduce the risk for CHD. There was a modest decrease in the risk for CHD associated with higher serum levels of EPA, DHA, and arachidonic acid.
• PUFAs probably do not substantially alter the risk for type 2 diabetes, and they may have more profound effect in improving CHD and mortality outcomes among adults with pre-existing CVD.
• Eating fish is probably healthy, but clinicians should not push patients to take PUFA supplements without more evidence of efficacy in reducing CHD or other important clinical outcomes.

Fuente: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/828328_4?src=emailthis