Published in Elder Law Weekly, April 27th, 2005
The study used Martek DHA, which is produced from microalgae.
The study, which observed aged mice bred with genetic mutations that cause brain pathology linked to Alzheimer disease (the APPsw transgenic mouse model), demonstrated that the pathogens linked to Alzheimer disease (total beta-amyloid and plaque burden) were significantly reduced in mice fed a diet enriched with DHA.
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