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Brain receptor cell could be target for Alzheimer’s treatment, study says

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Since thromboxane is derived from arachidonic acid, it is inhibited by high-dose omega-3 fatty acids, especially EPA.  It’s reasonable to think that high-dose omega-3 fatty acids rich in EPA represent the ideal inhibitor and therefore potential treatment for Alzheimer’s.


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