"After 100 Days Consuming Omega-3 Fatty Acids = Smarter Kids" 

The University of Gothenburg Research examined 154 children who were either given the Salmon oil supplement Equazen or a placebo pill. Study data revealed that the children who received Omega-3 Fatty Acids supplements exhibited a 64 percent improvement in overall comprehension compared with those who were given a placebo. A placebo-controlled study also found that taking even smaller doses of Salmon oil supplements during pregnancy results in better visual acuity in babies.  

"People with highest DHA Levels were 50% less likely to die from CV19"!! 

 William S. Harris, Ph.D. explains in 24 second. (Professor in the Department of Medicine at the Sanford School of Medicine)

Researchers also found that children who took (Omega3's) like Salmon oil supplement were five times faster in decoding jumbled up words than those in the placebo group.
Of interest, participants in the placebo group exhibited a similar outcome when given the fish oil supplements.

Study lead researcher Dr. Mats Johnson. Says,
“We were a bit surprised to see this level of effect in mainstream children. This has not been shown before. As a scientist, you always want a second study to confirm your findings, but these are very promising results".


Today's video focuses on the robust evidence indicating that omega-3 fatty acids, especially those found in fatty fish, can reduce your risk of the world's number one killer cardiovascular disease!😢

Dr. Russell Blaylock (Neurosurgeon): “If you’re deficient in Omega3 your brain will start to change its structure very quickly / within 2 weeks, the brain can’t function 100% if one of its vital components is missing and it only takes two weeks of Omega3 deficiency to produce one of the first negative brain signals of this behavior".

Dr. Daniel Amen explains below in 45 seconds how essential to include Multivitamins with Omega 3 daily for your brain health.

Public health nutritionist Dr. Emma Derbyshire lauds the results of the study. “It shows that Equazen is having a great effect on reading scores for mainstream children. A child who is a poor reader is likely to show behavioral problems and an inability to focus on learning tasks two years later. Similarly, children who show early signs of behavioral problems are more likely to develop reading problems,” Dr. Derbyshire says. The findings are slated for presentation at an educational conference. 


Many other studies link OMEGA 3's (DHA) to better school performance in children.

Other studies have demonstrated that fish oil supplements help to improve the overall school performance in children. An analysis of more than 3,000 grade 11 pupils showed that those who took omega-3 and omega-6 capsules had average scores that were 17.7 points higher than those who did not take fish oil supplements.

A 2007 study also revealed that Salmon oil supplementation resulted in higher subject scores among students taking their annual standard assessment tests. Researchers found that 92 percent of students were able to meet the required standard for English, up from only 68 percent that was previously estimated by their teachers. Data also showed that 92 percent of children were able to meet the national standards in maths, which is significantly higher than the pre-estimated passing rate of 78 percent. The children also showed improvements in concentration and behavior, researchers say.

Data shows that OMEGA3's supplementation helps improve reading comprehension skills in younger students. Researchers say seven and eight-year-old pupils started with an average reading of nine months above their age but finished with an average reading of 18 months above their age after taking the fish oil supplement for three months. 

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    Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Health Benefits Throughout Life. By Danielle Swanson Robert Block Shaker A. Mousa.


    Omega-3 [(n-3)] fatty acids have been linked to healthy aging throughout life. Recently, fish-derived omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA have been associated with fetal development, cardiovascular function, and Alzheimer's disease. However, because our bodies do not efficiently produce some omega-3 fatty acids from marine sources, it is necessary to obtain adequate amounts through fish and fish-oil products. Studies have shown that EPA and DHA are important for proper fetal development, including neuronal, retinal, and immune function. EPA and DHA may affect many aspects of cardiovascular function including inflammation, peripheral artery disease, major coronary events, and anticoagulation. EPA and DHA have been linked to promising results in prevention, weight management, and cognitive function in those with very mild Alzheimer's disease.

    Fish oils may also keep babies 👶 sharp at a young age 😊

    High levels of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), commonly found in Salmon oils, promote learning and visual acuity in infants. An analysis of 109 infants and their mothers reveals that higher cord blood levels of DHA are tied to better visual acuity, cognitive function, and motor development in infants during the first year after birth. The findings highlight the need for an increased intake of essential fatty acids during the third trimester to aid in photoreceptor development and in the synaptogenesis in the brain.

    A placebo-controlled study also found that taking even smaller doses of Salmon oil supplements during pregnancy results in better visual acuity in babies

    Another study shows that higher fish intake is tied to having significantly smarter infants, but these effects are canceled out when high mercury levels are observed.

    This review focuses on the many benefits of OMEGA3 supplementation throughout life, including use during pregnancy for proper fetal development and full-term gestation, to reduce many cardiovascular issues and potential uses in AD.  

    Q-When it comes to a healthy diet people go from one end of the spectrum like from meat to plant-based, what’s your take on that?


    Dr. Rhonda Patrick: "Vegan diet will get more micronutrients, K1, calcium, magnesium and fermentable fiber (gut health).  Now, Some nutrients are Not found in a vegan diet like Omega 3 fatty acid (such as in Salmon). 30% of the brain (frontal cortex) is Lipid made from DHA and how all the DHA need to be received by the neuron receptors is essential to include in your vegan diet a daily supplementation like Salmon, B12. Because and Alpha-linoleic acid, which is found in  Walnut, Flaxseed and Chia seed (for vegetarians) could be converted into marine omega 3 EPA…but the conversion is Not complete because it contains shorter chain omega-3 fatty acid, α-linolenic acid (ALA),6 is a prominent component of our diet as it is found in many land plants that are commonly eaten, but it does not provide the health benefits seen with EPA and DHA from Cod or Salmon. 


    THUS, Omega-3 [(n-3)] long-chain PUFA, including OMEGA3's, are dietary fats with an array of health benefits. They are incorporated in many parts of the body including cell membranes and play a role in anti inflammatory processes and in the viscosity of cell membranes. OEGA3's are essential for proper fetal development and healthy aging.  DHA is a key component of all cell membranes and is found in abundance in the brain and retina. EPA and DHA are also the precursors of several metabolites that are potent lipid mediators, considered by many investigators to be beneficial in the prevention or treatment of several diseases.



    More Health Benefits...

    Health Benefits Throughout Life Continues, Danielle Swanson Robert Block Shaker A. Mousa.

    Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease!

    Cardiovascular disease is the cause of 38% of all deaths in the United States, many of which are preventable (28). Chronic inflammation is thought to be the cause of many chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease (29). EPA and DHA are thought to have antiinflammatory effects and a role in oxidative stress (30) and to improve cellular function through changes in gene expression (31). In a study that used human blood samples, EPA+DHA intake changed the expression of 1040 genes and resulted in a decreased expression of genes involved in inflammatory and atherogenesis-related pathways, such as nuclear transcription factor κB signaling, eicosanoid synthesis, scavenger receptor activity, adipogenesis, and hypoxia signaling (31). Circulating markers of inflammation, such as C-reactive protein (CRP), TNF α, and some ILs (IL-6, IL-1), correlate with an increased probability of experiencing a cardiovascular event (32). Inflammatory markers such as IL-6 trigger CRP to be synthesized by the liver and elevated levels of CRP are associated with an increased risk of the development of cardiovascular disease (33). A study of 89 patients showed that those treated with EPA+DHA had a significant reduction in high-sensitivity CRP (66.7%, P < 0.01) (33). The same study also showed a significant reduction in heat shock protein 27 antibody titers (57.69%, P < 0.05), which have been shown to be overexpressed in heart muscle cells after a return of blood flow after a period of ischemia (ischemia-reperfusion injury) and may potentially have a cardioprotective effect (33).


    ALS: The Dutch Study

    Another study conducted by Dutch researchers also supported the claim. The controlled study gathered data on the dietary intake of 132 ALS patients prior to diagnosis as well as data from a control group of 220 healthy participants. The study further suggested that other substances like flavonols, lycopene, vitamin C, calcium among others are not associated with ALS in any way. The study also found vitamin E coupled with omega-3 could help to decrease the risk of ALS.

    The highest intake of omega-3 was associated with a 50-60% reduction in the risk of ALS. Both vitamin E and Omega-3 work together to improve nerve cell structure and function which offers protection from ALS symptoms.

    Omega-3 Fatty Acids and AD!

    AD is a devastating disease for which there are limited treatment options and no cure. Memory loss is an early indicator of the disease, which is progressive, and leads to the inability of the patient to care for him- or herself and eventually to death (47). Currently, the number of individuals with AD is estimated to be 26.6 million and is expected to increase to 106.2 million by 2050 (48). There have been many studies conducted regarding the use of omega-3 fatty acid supplementation and AD (Table 2). DHA is present in large amounts in neuron membrane phospholipids, where it is involved in the proper function of the nervous system, which is why it is thought to play a role in AD (49). A case-control study consisting of 148 patients with cognitive impairment [Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) score <24] and 45 control patients (MMSE score ≥24) showed that serum cholesteryl ester-EPA and -DHA levels were significantly lower (P < 0.05 and P < 0.001, respectively) in all MMSE score quartiles of patients with AD compared with control values (49). 

    Weight Loss 

    Unintended weight loss is a problem that many patients with AD may face, and EPA+DHA supplementation has had a positive effect on weight gain in patients with AD. In a study using EPA+DHA supplementation, patients' weight significantly increased by 0.7 kg in the EPA+DHA treatment group at 6 mo (P = 0.02) and by 1.4 kg at 12 mo (P < 0.001) and was observed mainly in patients with a BMI <23 at the study start (54). This means that those patients with a lower BMI preferentially gained weight compared with those patients already with a higher BMI.

    William S. Harris, Ph.D. explain briefly: "People with higher intake of Omega3's had a lower overall mortality".



    The omega-3 PUFA EPA and DHA are important throughout life and are a dietary necessity found predominantly in fish and fish-oil supplements. The omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA are essential for proper fetal development, and supplementation during pregnancy has also been linked to decreased immune responses in infants including decreased incidence of allergies in infants. Omega-3 fatty acid consumption has been associated with improved cardiovascular function in terms of anti inflammatory properties, PAD, reduced major coronary events, and improved anti-platelet effects in the face of aspirin resistance or clopidogrel hyporesponsiveness. Patients with AD have been shown to be deficient in DHA and supplementing them with EPA+DHA not only reverses this deficiency but may also improve cognitive functioning in patients with very mild AD. With increasing rates of pediatric allergies, cardiovascular disease, and AD in the United States, EPA and DHA may be a safe and inexpensive link to a healthier life.


    Dr. Blackburn research (a Nobel prize winner): "Consuming vitamin D3 and Fish oil daily shown to support Telomeres Lengthening".
    "Investing in early childhood nutrition is a surefire strategy. The returns are incredibly high".  Anne M. Mulcahy.
    A Study Reported by Advances in Nutrition (Danielle Swanson Robert Block Shaker A. Mousa.) Shows that higher fish oil intake is tied to having significantly smarter infants, but these effects are canceled out when high mercury levels are observed!


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