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Fish Oil May Offset Negative Brain Effects Of Fatty Food
2013-05-14 16:29:11

Junk food isn’t just bad for your waistline, it’s also bad for your brain. And now, a new research review suggests fish oil could help mitigate the mental damage caused by fatty foods.

2013-05-03 23:21:27

7 Keto Pure is offering a special give away to celebrate the latest new formula.

2013-03-17 23:00:34

A recently published study suggests supplementing young children's diets with omega-3 fatty acids, such as found in Omega XL, is an effective way to raise their IQ. Hollywood,

2013-03-08 23:00:30

ReNew Life Formulas, leaders in all-natural digestive and total-health supplements since 1997, is expanding their Norwegian Gold line of premium purity fish oils with advanced heart support Norwegian

Eat Fish: It Is So Good For You
2013-03-05 09:18:37

Fish is healthy: easy to digest and with a high level of precious proteins, fish is considered an important part of a healthy diet.

98 Year Old Lipid Researcher Reports On The Dietary Causes Of Heart Disease
2013-02-28 08:49:19

A 98-year-old researcher argues that, contrary to decades of clinical assumptions and advice to patients, dietary cholesterol is good for your heart – unless that cholesterol is unnaturally oxidized (by frying foods in reused oil, eating lots of polyunsaturated fats, or smoking).

2013-02-21 11:41:02

Triglyceride lipid emulsions rich in an omega-3 fatty acid injected within a few hours of an ischemic stroke can decrease the amount of damaged brain tissue by 50 percent or more in mice.

2013-02-21 11:39:12

Research conducted by a team of scientists from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and Dr. Nicolas Bazan, Boyd Professor and Director of the Neuroscience Center of Excellence at LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans, found the novel use of a component of fish oil reduced brain trauma in newborn mice.


Word of the Day
swell-mobsman
  • A member of the swell-mob; a genteelly clad pickpocket. Sometimes mobsman.
Use of the word 'swell-mobsman' dates at least to the early 1800s.