Nick Tate of newsmaxhealth.com “…others — such as omega-3 fatty acids found in fish and other staples of the Mediterranean diet — have anti-inflammatory properties and promote health and even weight loss”.
Catherine Price at Men’s Journal “It’s common knowldege: Fish oil works. Doctors agree that its essential fatty acids can help prevent heart disease and may ward off diabetes, arthritis, obesity, and other illnesses.”
by David DiSalvo at Forbes.com “…that fish oil supplementation could be one of the best preventives we have against the disease (Alzheimer’s) — at least for people not at a genetic risk of developing it”.
by Benita Matilda of Science World Report. “…researchers at the Rhode Island Hospital who found that regular use of FOS is strongly associated with a significant reduction in cognitive decline as well as brain atrophy in older adults”.
by Irfan Qureshi at www.nutritionaloutlook.com/1405/Omega3
“the potential benefits of omega-3 fatty acids extend beyond heart health. Recent strong evidence points to their beneficial impact on patients with critical illnesses, an area of omega-3 research that hasn’t garnered much mainstream attention but is significant nonetheless. Furthermore, evidence from recently published investigations highlights emerging indications, including unique, cognitive benefits of omega-3s, especially on memory function, as well as potential in addressing sleep-related issues.”
Medical conditions that may benefit from omega-3 essential fatty acid, DHA.
“A low-fat diet in combination with supplementation with omega-3 rich fish oil may be associated with lower levels of pro-inflammatory substances and reduced cell progression scores in men with prostate cancer, research has suggested”.
Increasing the levels of DHA and EPA omega-3s in red blood cells by dietary supplementation may improve attention, literacy, and behavior in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), says a new study from Australia.
Professor John Stein, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Professor of Neurophysiology, University of Oxford, and his brother, television personality and world famous fish chef, Rick Stein, speak to WF&A on the benefits of Omega-3. – (See more at: http://www.worldfishing.net/news101/Comment/analysis/omega-3-the-key-to-a-longer,-healthier-life#sthash.l23Etmo5.dpuf)
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