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Omega-3 and Multiple Sclerosis

Omega-3s are known to be anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective. New research reports that people who regularly consume fish may have a lower risk of multiple sclerosis (MS).  MS is a disease that disrupts communication between the brain and the body. In the recent study including 1,100 people, half were diagnosed with early MS or at riskfor MS. Those who ate fatty fish such as salmon at least once a week (or who ate fish 1 to 3 times a month and took daily fish oil supplements) had a 45% lower risk of developing MS compared to people who ate fish less than once a month and didn’t take supplements.

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