High blood levels of omega-3s may slow cognitive aging

01/22/2014 | USA Today

An analysis of data on 1,111 older women found that those with the highest levels of omega-3 fatty acids in their red blood cells had larger overall brain volume and larger volume in the hippocampus portion of the brain compared with women with the lowest levels. The study, published on the website of Neurology, indicates their brains had less shrinkage, the lead researcher said.

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