Published in Cardiovascular Business Week, January 10th, 2006
"Some studies suggest that alpha-linotenic acid (ALA) may protect against coronary artery disease (CAD) and CAD related death (i.e. sudden cardiac death)," according to researchers from Denmark. "Thus, some limited data suggest an antiarrhythmic effect of ALA."
J.H. Christensen and colleagues stated, "We therefore investigated the association between ALA and 24-h heart rate variability (HRV), a strong predictor of arrhythmic events and sudden cardiac death, in women. The content of ALA in adipose tissue and HRV was...
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