Building beautiful minds

Study finds increased intake of Omega-3 fatty acids improves children’s reading and behavior. A new study by the University of Oxford has shown that daily supplements of omega-3 fatty acids (Docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA ) improved the reading and behavior of underperforming children in mainstream primary schools. The researchers worked with children aged between seven and nine who had underperformed in standardized reading tests. The research suggests that DHA supplementation is a simple and effective way to improve reading and behavior in healthy but under-performing children. DHA is a key omega-3 fatty acid found in fish and seafood, but […]

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