Top 10 books about Omega-3 October 04 2012

If you would like to learn more in-depth information about fish oil and Omega-3, we compiled a list of top 10 books about fish oil and Omega-3 fatty acids. Most of these books are available on amazon.com. 

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  1. Omega-3 Handbook by Gretchen K Vannice (Sep 2011)

  2. The Ultimate Omega-3 Diet: Maximize the Power of Omega-3s to Supercharge Your Health, Battle Inflammation, and Keep Your Mind Sharp by Evelyn Tribole (May 2007)

  3. The Omega-3 Connection: The Groundbreaking Antidepression Diet and Brain Program by Andrew L. Stoll (Mar 2002)

  4.  The Missing Wellness Factors-EPA and DHA: The Most Important Nutrients Since Vitamins? by Jorn, M.D. Dyerberg and Richard A., Ph.d. Passwater (May 2012)

  5. The Omega-3 Effect: Everything You Need to Know About the Supernutrient for Living Longer, Happier, and Healthier by William Sears and James Sears (Aug 2012)

  6. The Queen of Fats: Why Omega-3s Were Removed from the Western Diet and What We Can Do to Replace Them (California Studies in Food and Culture) by Susan Allport (Jan 2008)

  7. Fish Oil: The Natural Anti-inflammatory by Joseph C. Maroon and Jeffrey Bost (Oct 2006)

  8. Omega Rx Zone: The Miracle of the New High-Dose Fish Oil by Barry Sears (Dec 2004)

  9. Beneficial Effects of Fish Oil on Human Brain / Edition 1 by Akhlaq A. Farooqui (Jul 2009)

  10. The Fats of Life: Essential Fatty Acids in Health and Disease by Glen D. Lawrence (Feb 2010)