Research Shows Omega-3 Lowers Childhood Aggression

May 23, 2016 at 12:53 pm |
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Remember Those Fish Oils Everyone's Talking About? It Might Be Time To Hop On The Bandwagon

As a parent, having a child with aggressive or antisocial tendencies can be very distressing. You know your child is suffering, but the solution to this frustrating problem always seems to be just around the next corner.

However, new research conducted at the University of Pennsylvania points to a link between omega-3 vitamins and minerals and a short-term decline in aggressive and antisocial behavior in children and adolescents.

It may surprise you to hear that the key to unlocking this complicated psychological puzzle comes from a professor of criminology, Adrian Raine, from the Richard Perry University. Raine’s research focuses on the connection between biological chemistry in the brain and antisocial and aggressive behavior tendencies in children and adolescents.

young boy showing signs of aggression

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If your child suffers from aggressive or antisocial tendencies, then you’ll be interested in this groundbreaking new research.

To find out just how these mysterious fatty acids could help your child, and how to safely incorporate them in his or her diet, keep reading!
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