Two new studies find conflicting evidence of omega-3 fatty acids effects on fertility
CU Advanced Reproductive Medicine has been studying the effects of omega-3s (fatty acids) on fertility for years, and with two new studies, it is clear more research is necessary. These research projects have found conflicting evidence, with one finding omega-3 fatty acids may help reverse ovarian damage from high-fat diets, and the second discovering no difference.
“There is some chance that increased omega-3s may have a positive effect on fertility in women eating high-fat diets, although it is too early to tell,” said Dr.Malgorzata Skaznik-Wikiel, calling for further research.
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