Research Shows Omega-3 Can Lower Aggression in Children in the Short Term

by ParentCo. May 16, 2016

Incorporating omega-3, vitamins and mineral supplements into the diets of children with extreme aggression can reduce this problem behavior in the short term, especially its more impulsive, emotional form, according to University of Pennsylvania researchers who published their findings in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.
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