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Linking low docosahexaenoic acid intake to Alzheimer's disease : caution recommended
Prospective cohort studies and animal models support the concept that low docosahexaenoic acid intake is implicated in the etiology or progression of Alzheimer’s disease. However, other studies crucial to this relationship ...
Metabolic response to a ketogenic breakfast in the healthy elderly.
OBJECTIVE: To determine whether the metabolism of glucose or ketones differs in the healthy elderly compared to young or middle-aged adults during mild, short-term ketosis induced by a ketogenic breakfast. DESIGN AND ...
Plasma omega-3 fatty acid response to a fish oil supplement in the healthy elderly
Other titre : Plasma response to fish oil in the elderly
Little information is available concerning whether incorporation of dietary omega-3 fatty acids into plasma lipids changes during healthy aging. Elderly (74 ± 4 years old) and young (24 ± 2 years old) adults were given a ...
Plasma n-3 fatty acid response to an n-3 fatty acid supplement is modulated by apoE ɛ4 but not by the common PPAR-α L162V polymorphism in men
The risk of Alzheimer's disease is increased for carriers of apoE4 (E4) or the PPAR-α L162V polymorphism (L162V), but it is decreased in fish and seafood consumers. The link between high fish intake and reduced risk of ...
Métabolisme du DHA lors du vieillissement
(Université de Sherbrooke, 2008)
L'acide docosahexaénoïque (DHA) est un acide gras polyinsaturé oméga-3 (AGPI [oméga]3) concentré dans le poisson. Il est l'AGPI [oméga]3 présent en plus grande quantité dans le cerveau. Une étude épidémiologique a démontré ...