One of the best sources of omega-3 in a human diet is oily fish, such as salmon, mackerel and cod, all of which are packed with these “good” types of fats. When it comes to Dercum’s disease, the benign skin tumors are the result of excess adipose fat tissue in the body, as well as certain nervous system or detoxification disorders. By adding the omega-3s found in fish to your diet, the inflammation will reduce and your levels of omega-6 fatty acids can be balanced. This effectively prevents the development of adipose tissue, leaving nothing to be deposited in those tumors, thus solving your painful problem.
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