A new study shows that fish oil supplements don’t cause harmful effects to the liver and kidneys when taken daily, but there’s still no conclusive evidence that they are as effective as other types of supplements, the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has found.
The study, published in the medical journal The Lancet, also found that some fish oil products have significant potential side effects, including headaches, bloating, dizziness, nausea, and diarrhea.
It also found an association between certain fish oil compounds and liver damage.
Fish oil supplements have become popular among athletes and health advocates because of their health benefits, and some companies are starting to include them in their products.
However, there are concerns about whether the fish oil used in these supplements is as safe as those found in foods and supplements.
The ACSM, however, says it will continue to review the research, and recommend against any supplements that have been tested in humans.
While the ACSM does recommend fish oil supplementation in individuals with cardiovascular disease, it’s not recommended for everyone.
While fish oil can be beneficial for those with liver disease, the ACM found that a recent study showed that it didn’t have the same effect for people with a variety of liver problems.
“There is currently insufficient evidence to support the use of fish oil for those at increased risk of liver disease,” the ACMA said in a statement.
“Further studies are needed to determine whether the benefits of fish oils outweigh their risks.”
The ACM also recommended against supplements that contain other types, such as calcium carbonate and vitamin D3.
“We cannot conclude that calcium carbonates or vitamin D-3 are safe and effective in treating liver disease due to their low bioavailability and low bioefficacy,” the statement said.
“However, we are not recommending them in any patient group because of the limited evidence that exists for the benefits or risks of these supplements.”
If a patient with liver problems needs to take fish oil to prevent liver disease or to improve their health, they should not take calcium carbonated or vitamin d-3 supplements.