Read all posts

Omega-3 Supplements Have No Benefit For Cognitive Decline — Study

The average age of the participants was 72 years. Around 58% were women and all of them had early or intermediate Alzheimer's. The participants in the study were assigned randomly into groups that took omega-3s, a placebo, nutrients from leafy greens, or a combination of those nutrients and omega-3s.

Read the article on Sciencetimes

Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

As I constantly have pointed out, any study that uses placebo doses of omega-3 can be expected to generate placebo results.  This single study did it twice.  First is the failure to treat dry AMD, and second is the failure to have a cognitive effect.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *