Omega-3 Can Boost Memory

Omega-3 Can Boost Memory

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Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh have found that supplementation with Omega-3 (fish oil supplements) helps boost the working memory of young adults (18-25).

In the research, published in Plos One, the researchers measured respondents’ working memory in an ‘n-ack test’, having already taken brain pictures (positron emission tomography (PET) imaging), and blood samples.

Lead researcher, Rajesh Narendarn, explained that the project showed improved memory over a six month period.


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