6 responses

  1. Jenni Hulburt
    March 3, 2014

    Thanks Dr. Koniver! For reporting the research – I teach people about doTERRA essential oils and natural health, so I’m so excited to have information. Do you use the doTERRA oils?

  2. Laura Koniver, MD
    March 3, 2014

    You are so welcome, I love Do Terra — not just the omega supplement but the home care and digestive enzymes and more! You are involved with a wonderful company! xoxo, Laura

  3. Vicki
    March 4, 2014

    I follow your wise advice. Already placed order so I won’t lose my mind. Love.

    • Laura Koniver, MD
      March 7, 2014

      Thank you sweet Vicki!!! Much love to you and your beautiful mind. Good idea to preserve that — no one else on earth like you. love love love, laura

  4. Cyndi
    March 14, 2014

    Have you ever heard of this happening before? When I take fish oil (for health), it increases my chances of getting incredible sized bruises! They appear out of nowhere, and are scary looking! I mentioned this to a friend, and she said that it happened to her as well…and was told to stop taking fish oil (by her doctor). What could I take in place of this for my heart/brain health?

    Thank you :)

    • Laura Koniver, MD
      March 14, 2014

      Yes Cyndi! This is because fish oil is anti-coagulating… meaning it thins the blood a little… making it so very good for the general population by decreasing cardiac events (heart attack) and stroke. But some individuals already have “thin blood” and do not need this side effect of fish oil… other supplements that are incredible for brain and heart health include Vit D, Vit E (both help reduce dementia incidence) and Earthing — touching the earth to decrease inflammation in the body. I’ll be blogging about brain health and decreasing dementia risk in April so stay tuned for some more exciting things you can do to support your health, beyond the popular *fish oil* advice… Thank you so much for leaving your question here for others to read, I appreciate it so much! xoxox, Laura

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