4 of 4 Dr. Bill Lands on Cardiovascular Disease: Omega-6 Displaces Omega-3

William EM Lands (born July 22, 1930) is an American nutritional biochemist who is the world’s foremost authority on essential fatty acids. Lands graduated from University of Michigan in 1951 and served on the faculty there from 1955 to 1980. He then moved to University of Illinois (1980-1990) and subsequently the National Institutes of Health (1990-2002), where he served as the Senior Scientific Advisor to the Director of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Lands is credited for discovering the beneficial effects of balancing the effects of excess omega-6 fatty acids with dietary omega-3 fatty acids. The effect of essential fatty acids on formation of hormones is documented in his book, “Fish, Omega-3 and Human Health.” University of Michigan’s Department of Biological Chemistry endowed a Lectureship in honor of William EM Lands. Full: videocast.nih.gov 12 minutes in. is.gd Fish oil linked to 32% reduced risk of breast cancer. RCT underway. twitter.com Saturated fat DOES NOT increase inflammation or markers of oxidative stress. twitter.com
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