Seafood Does Make You Smart: New Study Links Consumption to Higher IQ in Children
A systematic review of 44 different scientifist studies since 2000, done by a group of 13 leading dietary fats scientists, found that children whose mothers ate seafood during pregnancy gained an average 7.7 IQ points compared to children of mothers who did not eat seafood.
The study “Relationships between seafood consumption during pregnancy and childhood and neurocognitive development: two systematic reviews” was released earlier this week in PLEFA, a journal on prosteglandins, leukotrienes, and essential fatty acids.
“Abundant data are now available to evaluate relationships between ...
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