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British Medical JournalAssociation of Omega 3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids with Incident Chronic Kidney Disease: Pooled Analysis of 19 Cohorts

In an analysis of 19 studies across 12 countries involving more than 25,000 participants, individuals in highest 20% bracket for omega 3 levels had 13% less risk for developing CKD compared with participants in the lowest 20% bracket. Results were consistent and independent of subgroup variables of age, GFR, hypertension, CAD, and diabetes.

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