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April 14, 2024
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Study results show 25% of pregnant people are not getting enough omega-3 fatty acids



Results from a new nationwide cohort study show that, despite strong recommendations in favor of consuming omega-3 fatty acids for optimal pregnancy outcomes and offspring health, 25% of participants reported rarely or never eating fish during pregnancy, with fewer taking omega-3 supplements.



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