So I know all about the benefits of niacin, coq10, fishoil (Flameout), etc in keeping a healthy heart and health.
But my main question is do these reverse the effects of having high cholesterol and other bad stuff that already accumulated in the body? I understand that they can help prevent and make you healthier but does it also help reverse damage already done? If not or if so, are there any other changes I could make besides the obvious ones that I am already doing (excercise, fiber, coq10, fish oil). Like do these help unclog arteries?
Also, no one has giving me a straight answer yet. What is the optimal dosage of fish oil to take for bettering the heart and overall health? Every person on here especially the authors of the articles take a ton of Flameout and I can't afford to take that much. Maybe I can use both Flameout and a liquid fish oil to help get the same amount? Or are they just over doing it? Any help?