Skip to comments.Fish fatty acid protects vision in seniors
Posted on 06/05/2012 5:00:44 AM PDT by Ragnar54
Yves Sauve and his team at University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry discovered laboratory models fed DHA did not accumulate a toxic molecule at the back of the eyes. The toxin normally builds up in the retina with age and causes vision loss, Sauve said.
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Laboratory model? Heck, I’m still looking for the mysterious white fish served in resturants everywwhere.
I knew this would be a thread about models!
All we need now are the “models” that the National Weather Service uses...
Gotta love FR-so predictable! Or have I just been here too long??
No idea, but speaking about DHA in general terms, I have noticed a much improved level of concentration since I began taking it (along with multivitamins) with a good breakfast every day.
I’m 53 now and have always had a problem with concentrating on tasks for more than 30 minutes at a time. Much less of a problem these days. How much is due to better diet, the DHA or the vitamins is anyone’s guess. But I’m happy with the stuff.
You...and whoever did that.....sick puppies all. LOL!!
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