Diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids may improve memory, reading skills

09/18/2013 | Business Standard (India)

Children who consumed more food rich in omega-3 fatty acids were more likely to have better memory and reading ability than were peers with lower fatty-acid intake, Oxford University researchers found. Higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids were also linked to fewer behavior problems. The findings were published in PLoS One.

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