Fish in Dinner Prevents Age-Related Vision Loss

Fish In DinnerAs per a Canadian study published in the Journal of Physiology, it has been revealed that having fish in dinner can help a person prevent age–related vision loss. In vision loss, toxic muscles get accumulated at the back of eye muscles and causes vision loss.

Canadian researchers from Alberta University were of the view that they fed omega-three fatty acid known as docosahexaenoic acid to lab mice. It was found that the mega- three fatty acids helped in preventing eye ageing process.

In addition, a similar kind of study was taken out in US, which was published in the Archives of Ophthalmology. The study being taken out by a group of researchers from the University of California at Los Angeles and being led by researchers Fernando Gomez-Pinilla and Rahul Agrawal revealed that fish reduces the age-related macular degeneration among women.

"People with lower blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids had lower brain volumes that were equivalent to about two years of structural brain aging”, said the study authors.

Gomez revealed that one gram per day of Omega-3 fatty acids can prevent the brain from producing fructose’s negative effects.

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