Confidence in Science

Dear reader of Fats of Life, In case you’ve been having doubts about keeping the faith in science, this issue of Fats of Life will help you revive your confidence that science keeps advancing in healthy directions. New findings in biology and medicine keep occurring while we all try to stay oriented in the information

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Look What’s New at Fats of Life

Dear Reader of Fats of Life. Welcome to 2017 and a new issue of Fats of Life, which brings exciting changes in our design. First of all, we have renamed the PUFA Newsletter to Fats of Life Newsletter, a change that had been pending for some time. We wanted to continue with the name “Fats

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It is really real, isn’t it?

“Nothing is less real than realism. Details are confusing. It is only by selection, by elimination, by emphasis, that we get at the real meaning of things.” Georgia O’Keefe   In this issue of the PUFA Newsletter we challenge you with new realities…or at least get closer to them. Fats of Life has long shied

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Good News on PUFAs

Dear Fats of Life readers, As we approach 2016, what can we say noteworthy about the past year? Perhaps the main observation stands: research on polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) just keeps expanding year over year and 2015 was no exception. Progress in clinical, nutritional and biochemical research on PUFAs provides increasing appreciation of the importance

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A Work in Progress – Understanding the Multiple Levels of Involvement of Essential Fatty Acids in Human Health

Dear Fats of Life readers, The quarterly PUFA Newsletter is here again to inform you on several recently published studies on EPA, DHA and other polyunsaturated fatty acids of importance to human health. Providing you with a stimulating view and interpretation of a few studies that span the varied ongoing research activities in nutrition and the

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The Essential Fats of Life – Unabated

  Dear readers of Fats of Life, I am pleased to present you with a new issue of the PUFA Newsletter. Under auspices of the Global Organization of EPA and DHA (GOED) for the first time, a selection of recent publications of new research on omega-3s is highlighted in the form of a set of

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Turning Over a New Leaf

This issue of the PUFA Newsletter covers many new studies on long-chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids published in the last quarter, including fascinating work on greater brain volumes in older women with the highest levels of red blood cell EPA and DHA. Perhaps most importantly, new research on cardiovascular health in a multi-ethnic cohort receiving

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