Omega-3s and COVID?

The COVID pandemic and the allure of a miracle pill

The omega-3 industry is in a lather. Again. Two years into a global COVID pandemic, a new crop of studies are coming to fruition that posit that omega-3 fatty acids, derived primarily from the “reduction” of small pelagic fish, “could be a potential antimicrobial drug with little potential for drug resistance.” Other hypotheses abound. “Due to…