More evidence has emerged to discourage people from using marine omega-3 fatty acids or vitamin D for the primary prevention of atrial fibrillation (AF). A large-scale RCT comprised 25,000 adults, ≥50 years, without prior cardiovascular disease (CVD), cancer or AF. Participants were randomised to either fatty acids EPA-DHA and vitamin D, EPA-DHA and placebo, vitamin ...
Supplements not helpful and may be harmful in AF
By Mardi Chapman
17 Mar 2021