Researchers discover that certain invertebrates are able to produce their own omega-3 fatty acids

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(Natural News) In the near future, you could be taking your omega-3 fatty acids from marine invertebrates. This is after a promising discovery that the heart-friendly, “good” fat can be found not just in fish and photosynthetic microorganisms, but also in a wide range of marine animals. Dr. Oscar Monroig, a lecturer at the University…

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