Today the Journal Of The American Medicine Association published one of the longest and largest studies of it's kind conducted by the National Eye Institute (part of National Institute of Health). Over 5 years, 4,000 older people were followed and clinically tested and found that omega 3 supplements had no impact on slowing cognitive decline on older persons.
Collective research does suggest that omega 3 fatty acids have many health benefits but in natural food form.
Extracts from Science Daily.
"We've seen data that eating foods with omega-3 may have a benefit for eye, brain, and heart health," Dr. Chew explained.
Omega-3 supplements are available over the counter and often labeled as supporting brain health. A large 2011 study found that omega-3 supplements did not improve the brain health of older patients with preexisting heart disease."
Read the full article on Science Daily
Eating food high in omega 3 beats the supplement version. Food such as salmon, walnuts, chia seeds, kale, spinach, broccoli, winter squash, cauliflower are rich in omega 3 etc
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