Few things can affect how you feel physically as much as your blood sugar. Having balanced blood sugar gives you steady energy, helps you stay trim, and protects your heart and blood vessels. A handful of healthy habits, such as getting regular exercise and eating a balanced diet, support healthy blood sugar. And now you can add taking an omega-3 supplement to that list, according to the results of a new study.Share this:
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