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TODAY   |  September 26, 2013

Omega-3s won’t help memory, study finds

Contrary to popular belief, researchers have discovered that omega-3 fatty acids have no impact on memory or cognitive skills over time. The omega-3s found in fish and nuts are still good for the human body, however, and are a healthy alternative to highly saturated foods.

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>> about omega 3 fatty acids and memory. earlier studies suggested omega 3s found in fish and nuts may delay with aging. new research shows no different in memory tests among those with lots or little omega 3s in their blood. even though, researchers from iowa say fish and nuts are a healthy alternative for fish high in fats. the ultimate