Read all posts

Omega-3 Intake Shows “No Overall Association” with Prostate Cancer, According to New Study

The omega-3 market has had a rocky last couple of years, caused in part by a slew of negative studies reaching mainstream media audiences. One of the most problematic was a study published in 2013 that suggested men with high blood concentrations of omega-3s might be at greater risk for prostate cancer.

Read the article on Nutritionaloutlook

Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

This is why there is a big difference between clinical relevance and statistical significance.  In other words, bad science can be made to look good by tweaking the data.  Drug companies do it all the time.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *