Men taking fish oil — 70% more likely to get prostate cancer?

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Can the most popular supplement in the world be bad for men’s prostates?

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Men taking fish oil — 70% more likely to get prostate cancer?

For the last decade, fish oil has been in the top most purchased health supplements.

Fish oil is a $2 billion per year industry. 

But it wasn’t very long ago that fish oil was just a waste product.

Environmental regulations on the dumping of marine waste led to the now booming fish oil industry. 

We are told that we must eat MORE fish oil from cradle to grave to be healthy.

The reality is that most of the research on fish oil shows that it is bad for your health.

It suppresses the immune system, increases the risk of infection, and accelerates the growth of cancer.

What’s more, men with more fish oil in their blood are more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer — and it’s more likely to be aggressive prostate cancer.

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The human research was carried out at the Ohio State University College of Medicine. The results were published in the Journal of The National Cancer Institute.

People take fish oil for the polyunsaturated omega 3 fats — which are supposed to be good for your health. (They’re not.)

Leading up to this research, previous studies had shown a relationship between the fats in fish oil and prostate cancer risk.

“Recent large prospective studies have found an increased risk of prostate cancer among men with high blood concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids.”

This study was designed to prove or disprove those findings.

To do this, the researchers recruited two different groups of men. There were at least 1,000 men in each group.

Some men had developed prostate cancer.

The other group of men had no signs of prostate cancer at all.

“Case subjects were 834 men diagnosed with prostate cancer, of which 156 had high-grade cancer. The subcohort consisted of 1393 men selected randomly at baseline and from within strata frequency matched to case subjects on age and race.”

The researchers then took blood samples from every man in the study.

The blood samples were analyzed for levels of different types of fat in the blood.

The men were then categorized according to how much fish oil fat (omega-3s) they had in their blood.

The researchers then looked at the relationship between omega-3 fats in circulation in the blood and the risk of having prostate cancer.

Men with higher levels of omega-3s in their blood were more than 40% more likely to have low-grade prostate cancer.

“Compared with men in the lowest quartiles of omega 3, men in the highest quartile had increased risks for low-grade (44% greater risk).”

The risk was even greater for more aggressive types of prostate cancer.

Men with lots of omega-3 fats in their blood were more than 70% more likely to be diagnosed with high-grade prostate cancer. 

“Compared with men in the lowest quartile of omega-3 fats, men in the highest quartile had increased risks for high-grade prostate cancer (71% increased risk).”

The researchers then looked at the risk of prostate cancer according to the individual omega-3 fats — they are called EPA and DHA.

Both of these fish oil fats seemed equally associated with increased prostate cancer risk.

“Associations were similar for individual omega-3 fatty acids.”

These types of fat increase estrogen — which increases the risk of prostate cancer.

Fish oil also suppresses the immune system — and the immune system is essential for killing cancer cells.

These are just two of many reasons why the fish oil should be expected to increase prostate cancer.

“This study confirms previous reports of increased prostate cancer risk among men with high blood concentrations of omega-3 fats.”

The researchers concluded that the fats in fish oil could be a cause of prostate cancer — I agree.

“The consistency of these findings suggests that these fatty acids are involved in prostate tumorigenesis. Recommendations to increase omega 3 fish oil intake should consider its potential risks.”

It’s good to eat some seafood — seafood contains many beneficial micronutrients.

But the fat contained in fatty fish is not good for your health. I avoid fish oil supplements altogether.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


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