Your current circulating levels of healthy fatty acids could be influencing how your brain functions now, and how it will function in the years to come.
Take these steps to optimize joint health, so you can minimize the chances of developing joint problems in the first place.
Studies have shown that it's never too late to start taking an omega-3 fish oil supplement to help prevent vision problems and reduce the risk of vision loss.
Many of you have emailed me to ask how a fish oil supplement compares to a Krill Oil supplement, and which I thought was best. It’s a great question.
As antidepressant use continues to unnecessarily skyrocket, studies show people who take fish experience significantly fewer instances of depression. So researchers set out to test a theory.
New research shows that optimal omega-3 blood levels lower the risk of dying from all causes by 85% in high risk patients who had suffered a prior heart attack.
Could omega-3 fatty acids work to lower oxidative stress and, by default, also improve depression? Researchers set out to determine exactly that.
It’s well established that B vitamin supplements can help slow down mental decline in older people with memory problems. But what if you’ve tried them, and they didn’t work for you? It might be because you’re low on omega-3 fatty acids, which are found in fish oil. Research out of Oxford University now finds...
Researchers branched out to determine if fish oil has the same memory boosting benefits for young adults as it does for older adults.
Studies have established that omega 3’s help specifically with facets of memory, learning, attention, mood and reaction time.