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AREDS-Inspired Study Challenges Omega-3 Cognitive Benefit Claims

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Omega-3 supplementation had no impact on cognitive function in a five-year assessment of elderly people participating in AREDS2 research, say NIH researchers. But they add in the JAMA study that longer-term use of omega-3s could result in a different outcome.


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