Researchers Found The Effect Of Fatty Acids – Part 3 of 3
That’s important, the researchers said, because reducing inflammation has been a proposed means of treating Alzheimer’s disease. “The finding suggests that omega-3 fatty acids in dietary supplements cranky the blood-brain barrier,” co-author Jan Palmblad said in the news release.
So “However, much work remains to be done before we know how these fatty acids can be used in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease to halt celebration loss”. The study was funded with grants from the Capio Research Foundation, the Dementia Association, the Swedish Alzheimer’s Association and Norwegian omega-3 producer Pronova Biocare A/S, among others. More information Find out more about omega-3 fatty acids and Alzheimer’s disease at the Alzheimer’s Association.