Omega 3 research on menopause and obesity shows promise

An Italian study showed that providing DHA to healthy infants throughout the first year of life helps them reach some developmental milestones earlier, such as sitting without support. Just 20 milligrams of DHA was enough to make a difference.
EPA proved beneficial to women around the time of menopause. Quebec researchers found that their hot flashes decreased by 55 percent after 8 weeks with EPA consumption.
Obese individuals may also benefit from omega-3s. Spanish researchers found that animals fed omega-3 deposited significantly less fat in their fat tissue and livers, and had much lower production of inflammatory substances.
This suggests increased consumption of omega-3s by obese humans might discourage fat gain and promote healthier fat tissue and liver metabolism.
(source: Intrafish Media)

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