Tuesday, March 8, 2011

A simple way to protect your brain

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8 March 2011

UK Edition

Dear Reader,

When I was in secondary school, like any young man, my friends and I were into our sports... And boy, did we end up with some injuries! Bumps, bruises...even a couple of broken bones.

If you're the parent or grandparent of a rugby player, I'm sure you do more than your fair share of worrying over your son or grandson's wellbeing on the field. After all, the way those boys knock each other around... sometimes it's a wonder they walk away from practice in one piece. And then there's the worry over head injuries...

The worry isn't unfounded, that's for sure. Athletes who play contact sports (like rugby) are at high risk of traumatic brain injury. So are military personnel — so this letter applies to you if there's a soldier in your life, too.

But how, do you protect your athlete's precious brain?

The answer could lie in something as simple as the omega-3 fatty acid supplements you're probably already taking yourself.

Preliminary research appearing in the February issue of the journal Neurosurgery shows that preventive treatment with the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexanoic acid (DHA) may protect against traumatic brain injury.

Researchers gave rats varying doses equivalent to those used in humans taking DHA supplements. After one month, they examined tissue damage and found that the rats given the highest dose (40 milligrams per kilogram of body weight) showed a significant reduction in damage to brain tissue. They also showed less evidence of brain cell death and did better on a test of spatial memory.

On a cellular level, researchers found a significant reduction in expression of a protein that's been connected with Alzheimer's disease.

DHA is one of the main fatty acids found in the brain, where it plays a neuro-protective role. This study supports other recent evidence showing that DHA could be the first treatment, natural or synthetic, to reduce brain damage caused by traumatic brain injury, including those concussions rugby players are at high risk of sustaining.

Researchers want to keep looking into the matter, of course, but they're optimistic that "preloading" DHA may protect against the acute effects of traumatic brain injury.

And since omega-3 supplementation is so good for you in so many other ways, why wait for more research?

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Nutrition and Healing

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