Lack of Omega-3 in Diet Can Affect Behavior, Cognitive Ability in Kids, University of Pittsburgh Study
7/30/2013 6:35:13 AM
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New research from the University of Pittsburgh and the National Institutes of Health has found that a diet deficient in omega-3 fatty acids can have a multi-generational effect on behavior and cognitive ability. According to their report in Biological Psychiatry, the American research team reached their findings by examining two generations of omega-3 deficient rodents, which exhibited signs of anxiety, hyperactivity and cognitive problems.
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