Fish oil can ‘make children less naughty’ – Health News

Friday September 7 2012 Children who took part in the study had below average reading skills Parents should give their children a daily dose of fish oils if they want to boost their brain power and stop them being naughty the Daily Express claims. This advice is highly premature. The news follows research into supplements containing DHA, which is the omega-3 fatty acid found in fish, seafood and algae. The trial looked at the effects of DHA on reading, memory and behaviour in children. In the study, children aged 7 to 9 who were underperforming in reading were given […]

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