Omega-3 fatty acids are important for good recovery of the heart after a heart attack.
A research conducted by the Harvard Medical School in Boston, published by the American Heart Association, showed that daily intake during six months of a high dose fish oil after a heart attack improves cardiac function and reduces the formation of scars in the heart.
After a heart attack the shape and function of the heart could change. These consequence of a heart attack could eventually lead to heart failure. Omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil may increase the survival rate after a heart attack, both by improving cardiac function and by reducing scarring (fibrotization) in the heart.
Daily intake of Möller's with a high level of omega-3 fatty acids is therefore very important.