Low blood pressure with omega 3 fish oil?

Possibly. More evidence is accumulating that omega 3's (derived from fatty fish like mackerel) appear to lower blood pressure (possibly by the anti-inflammatory effect of substances called eicosanoids); what is not clear yet is if this effect is only seen in people with high blood pressure or in people with normal or low BP as well.

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Can I do a test for omega 3 in my body, I mean in blood test. And how much wants the fish oil to compense my needs if I don't eat any sea food?

No need. Omegas have been recently discredited as cardiovascular protectors. A large study completed this year by the nih found no improvement in outcomes. So the demographic data that has indicated beneficial results of seafood consumption still applies; so eat ocean fish, not omegas. Read more...