Omega-3 might help diabetics

By Rachel Nowak in Melbourne SUPPLEMENTS rich in omega-3 oils might protect the sight of people with diabetes, a study in rats suggests. Diabetes is the biggest cause of blindness among working-age adults in the west. To see if omega-3 could help, a team led by Algis Vingrys of the University of Melbourne, Australia, fed rats either omega-3-rich fish oil or safflower oil, which contains very little. To mimic insulin-dependent diabetes, insulin-producing cells were destroyed in half the animals. After 24 weeks,
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