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omega 3

  1. JCastro

    Anti-Peat Omega-3 + 6 supplementation in pregnant women increases brain volumes on MRI scans of their newborn infants

    Randomized controlled trial of brain specific fatty acid supplementation in pregnant women increases brain volumes on MRI scans of their newborn infants Sci-Hub full study Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and arachidonic acid (ArA) are essential brain specific fatty acids (BSFA) for mammalian central...
  2. RenaissanceMan

    Omega-3 EPA and DHA may be the solution to "male pattern baldness" / hair loss in men

    Follow up to my previous post on Omega-3s and Peat's flawed perspective on them (they increase dopamine and reduce learned helplessness i.e. high serotonin): https://raypeatforum.com/community/threads/peat-wrong-about-omega-3-dha-epa-increase-dopamine-and-lower-serotonin.41873/ Recent research...
  3. A


    Omega-3 supplements do double duty in protecting against stress
  4. Hans

    Why Omega 3 should be avoided and what to use/do instead

    Since there are so many discussions and confusion on this forum around omega 3s, I thought I do a deep dive and write this article. If there are so many studies showing that it's good and has so many benefits, how can it be bad...

    Anti-Peat Peat Wrong About PUFA?

    Peat's claim about PUFA is arguably his most controversial viewpoint. A lot of the disagreement has to do with Peat basing his perspective on rat studies and then claiming that his findings apply to humans as well. I came across this pro-PUFA article and I was wondering if you guys could share...