At age ten, children whose mothers took fish oil supplements during pregnancy were more efficient at problem-solving tasks and had better attentional focus than those whose mothers just took folic acid or no supplements at all.
Despite common claims that increasing omega-3 consumption will protect against, or reverse, anxiety and depression, researchers report the supplements have little positive effect on mental health.
A new study reveals eating fish regularly and taking daily fish oil supplements may reduce the risk of developing multiple sclerosis. Researchers report high fish intake is associated with a 45% reduced risk of developing MS.
According to a new study, omega 3 polyunsaturates fatty acids can improve the function of the glymphatic system.
Researchers have developed several new lipid based diets that appear to slow the progression of Alzheimer's in mouse models of the disease.
A new study reports eating moderate amounts of seafood may reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. Additionally, the researchers found no correlation between higher levels of mercury in the brain and Alzheimer's neuropathology.
A new study reports higher levels of Omega 3 can boost the neuroprotective effects of B vitamins.
Researchers have found a correlation between eating diets rich in omegas 3 and 6 while pregnant and healthy brain development in offspring.