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Healthy brain aging linked to omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in the blood

Two new studies link patterns of polyunsaturated fatty acids in the blood to the integrity of brain structures and cognitive abilities that are known to decline early in aging. The studies add to the evidence that dietary intake of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids can promote healthy aging, the researchers said. Further research is needed to test this hypothesis, they said.

Medical News Today: Omega-3 fatty acids weaken Listeria, study finds

Omega-3 fatty acids can neutralize Listeria monocytogenes, making the listeriosis-causing bacterium vulnerable to attack, new research finds.

Studies link healthy brain aging to omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in the blood

(University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Two new studies link patterns of polyunsaturated fatty acids in the blood to the integrity of brain structures and cognitive abilities that are known to decline early in aging. The studies...Show More Summary

Medical News Today: Omega-3 intake through mother's breast milk may lower type 1 diabetes risk

A new study suggests that maternal dietary intake of omega-3 fatty acids, if breastfed to infants, can lower their risk of type 1 diabetes.

Unlocking the Barrier

At a glance: (mid dot) New study reveals that blood-brain barrier function relies on the balance between omega-3 fatty acids and other lipids in cells that line blood vessels in the central nervous system. (mid dot) This lipid make-up...Show More Summary

Unlocking the barrier

(Harvard Medical School) Already extolled for their health benefits as a food compound, omega-3 fatty acids now appear to also play a critical role in preserving the integrity of the blood-brain barrier, which protects the central nervous system from blood-borne bacteria, toxins and other pathogens, according to new research from Harvard Medical School.

Do You Really Need to Eat Omega-3s?

In a new Frontline documentary, one man ate fish for a year to try to see if it'd change his health—it didn't. Experts explain why the research on omega-3 fatty acids is still inconclusive, but that eating fish is beneficial.

Here's How to Bake the Perfect Egg in an Avocado

last monthHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

For a one-two punch of omega-3s in your breakfast, try baking eggs in an avocado. Beyond the heart-healthy fatty acids and high protein count, this low-sugar and fiber-filled breakfast will kick off your day on a healthy high note. If...Show More Summary

Coromega Review: Don’t Buy Before You Read This!

What is it? Coromega is a fish oil supplement that comes in a creamy, orange flavored gel, boasting no fishy burps or aftertaste. This product contains a full dose of omega-3 fatty acids, and boasts more absorption than your average … Continue reading ?

Medical News Today: Omega-3s may help to treat type 1 diabetes

A new study finds omega-3 fatty acid supplementation improves blood sugar metabolism, decreases type 1 diabetes occurrence, and may regenerate beta cells.

Do DHA Supplements Make Babies Smarter?

2 months agoHealth : Well

Adding DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid, to infant formula or prenatal supplements doesn’t improve babies’ brain development, recent reviews have found.

Salmon with side effects

(Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ) Tasty, versatile, and rich in essential omega-3 fatty acids: salmon is one of the most popular edible fish of all. Shops sell fish caught in the wild, but their main produce is salmon from breeding farms which can pollute rivers, lakes and oceans. Show More Summary

Alzheimer's disease linked to the metabolism of unsaturated fats

A new study has found that the metabolism of omega-3 and omega-6 unsaturated fatty acids in the brain are associated with the progression of Alzheimer's disease.

Aquaculture is polluting Chile's rivers with a cocktail of dissolved organic substances

Tasty, versatile, and rich in essential omega-3 fatty acids: salmon is one of the most popular edible fish of all. Shops sell fish caught in the wild, but their main produce is salmon from breeding farms which can pollute rivers, lakes and oceans. Show More Summary

Alzheimer's disease linked to the metabolism of unsaturated fats, new research finds

(King's College London) A new study published in PLOS Medicine's Special Issue on Dementia has found that the metabolism of omega-3 and omega-6 unsaturated fatty acids in the brain are associated with the progression of Alzheimer's disease.

Want to eat fish that's truly good for you? Here are some guidelines to reeling one in

Seafood is very healthy to eat – all things considered. Fish and shellfish are an important source of protein, vitamins and minerals, and they are low in saturated fat. But seafood's claim to fame is its omega-3 fatty acids, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), all of which are beneficial to health. Show More Summary

DSM and Evonik partner on algae additives

Royal DSM and Evonik today announced their intention to establish a joint venture for omega-3 fatty acid products from natural marine algae for animal nutrition.

Omega-3 oils could tackle damage caused by air pollution, research shows

Exclusive New research indicates the benefits of eating omega-3 fatty acids, but also that pollution particles can penetrate the lungs into many organs, including testicles Supplements of healthy fats could be an immediate way of cutting the harm caused to billions around the world by air pollution, according to emerging research. Show More Summary

Study finds link between high EPA and DHA omega-3 blood levels and decreased risk of death

(GOED) A study published in the Journal of Clinical Lipidology found that higher levels of EPA and DHA omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) in red blood cells were associated with a lower risk of all-cause mortality in postmenopausal women. Show More Summary

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