Other research

PUFA intake reduces renal function decline in elderly

08.10.2014

Participants with higher plasma omega-3 and omega-6 concentrations showed
lower risk of developing renal insufficiency.

Intake of dietary PUFA may impede a decline in renal function in older

adults. This is the conclusion of chronic kidney disease prospective study
of 931 adults 65 years and older. Those with higher total plasma PUFA,
including omega-3 fatty acids, showed a lower decline in creatinine
clearance over the time.

F Lauretani et al (2008) Plasma polyunsaturated fatty acids and the decline
of renal function. Clinical Chemistry, 54, 475-481.

Go back

Shortcuts

SUBSCRIBE TO NEWS

Contact Lysi

Lýsi Ltd. - Fiskislóð 5-9 - 101 Reykjavík
Tel 525 8100 - Fax  562 3828

Certifications

API/GMP Certification 
FSSC 22000 Certification
HACCP Certification
Halal Certification
Friends of the Sea Certification
Marine Stewardship Council Certification
Equal Pay Certification

Contact LYSI

LYSI hf.
Fiskislod 5-9
101 Reykjavik

Tel  + 354 525 8100
Fax + 354 562 3828


Terms and privacy policy

© 2014 - Lýsi hf.