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Fish oil might stop schizophrenia

Posted on Thursday, 29 November, 2007 | Comment icon 8 comments


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"Swallowing a daily dose of fish oil may stop young people vulnerable to schizophrenia from ever developing the condition, a landmark study has found."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by wolfieboy on 29 November, 2007, 10:28
since there is no way to know for sure who will , or will not develop the mental illness. how can they boast about any measure of success? there is no way of knowing which members of either test group would or would not become schizophrenic. it's great that they have some kind of bases that the omega-3 helps certain mental disorders, but to say it is a cure, well that is a little bit out on the limb.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Ins0mniac on 29 November, 2007, 12:26
since there is no way to know for sure who will , or will not develop the mental illness. how can they boast about any measure of success? there is no way of knowing which members of either test group would or would not become schizophrenic. it's great that they have some kind of bases that the omega-3 helps certain mental disorders, but to say it is a cure, well that is a little bit out on the limb. It's impossible to know which individuals and obviously both control groups may not have identical. But what are the chances that there would be a 25% difference by pure random chance? You flip a ... [More]
Comment icon #3 Posted by kobolds on 30 November, 2007, 11:59
i don't mind to believe it since there won't be side effect of taking fish oil
Comment icon #4 Posted by Truffles on 30 January, 2008, 2:43
I wonder how much fish oil they're talking about. It's supposed to be good for the skin etc too. I haven't noticed anything and I've been taking it for years. Oh well
Comment icon #5 Posted by Oen Anderson on 30 January, 2008, 2:52
When I took it I was absolutly convinced the fish were watching me.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Purplos on 30 January, 2008, 3:22
I use fish oil every day for my autistic son. Experience has taught me that it helps him out a lot. How nice to get evidence through this study that something healthy can possibly help out mental disease like this.
Comment icon #7 Posted by blizno on 30 January, 2008, 4:20
since there is no way to know for sure who will , or will not develop the mental illness. how can they boast about any measure of success? there is no way of knowing which members of either test group would or would not become schizophrenic. it's great that they have some kind of bases that the omega-3 helps certain mental disorders, but to say it is a cure, well that is a little bit out on the limb. A person with a family history of schizophrenia has a greater chance of getting it. Maybe they tested people with similar family histories.
Comment icon #8 Posted by __Kratos__ on 30 January, 2008, 4:32
Flaxseed oil has more Omega-3 then fish oil does. People seem to be stuck on fish oil even though you can get both in pill form.


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