This Iranian study investigated the effects of a combined omega-3 and vitamin E supplementation in patients with coronary artery disease. Both substances play a critical role in regulating oxidative stress and inflammation processes. 60 male patients with coronary artery disease were involved in the study and categorized into three groups: the first group received omega-3 in combination with a vitamin E placebo, the second group received both omega-3 and vitamin E supplements, and patients in the third group received omega-3 and vitamin E placebos. Several parameters were assessed at the beginning of the study and after the intervention period of 2 months. The study showed that supplementation with both omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E can benefit patients with coronary artery disease by improving the level of oxidative stress and inflammation, among others. For more details, you can refer to the study.
Saboori et al.