It's the Daily Mail. Not sure much else needs to be said.
Like with most things, you can find a study that says X is good and X is bad. Most vitamins and supplements fall into this category.
A recent study showed that ANYTHING u eat or drink will have had a study that showed it increased the chances of getting 1 or more illnesses if u ate to little/much of it.
Waters side effects on overdose include death, so I think this is a non-issue.
Study was commissioned by Glaxo-Klein and the "announcement" of the result provides no actual data, the research has not been peer reviewed, and the results make no attempt to differentiate control the groups to determine actual causality as opposed to just identifying a correlation.
In short, move along. This research is trash.
Sounds like nonsense to me, don't eat fish anyways.
Didn't you know everything gives you cancer, duuuh !
Attacking the fatty acids? That would require passing through the Omega-3 relay.
They say it's a sushi mission.
A sushi mission . . . a sushi mission would do nicely. . .
I'll be over in the corner now, don't mind me
i was not crying in the shower
i just realized how i'll never get to meet darth vader and then soap got in my eye - Kylo Ren
tbh this gives cancer this doesnt blablabla.. screw that, just eat as much non-transformed meat you can, as little salt as possible, as many fruits/vegetables as possible, and vary as much as you can, best way to minimize the problems from food and maximise the benefits of everything... problem fixed!