Omega-3, NASA, astronauts, chickens, flaxseed, ovarian cancer and ophthalmologists…

Curious post title, huh? 😉 Okay, just quickly, since Stefano and I are about to go into town for our yearly ophthalmologist visit and will return home as blind as bats (I hate those dilating drops, don’t you? Sigh)…

Let’s see. I read two interesting Science Daily articles this morning. The first is a NASA study on omega-3, astronauts and bone loss, which, as peculiar as this may sound, is relevant to us, too, see: http://tinyurl.com/347r4w3

The second is a study on chickens, ovarian cancer and flaxseed, which reminds me that I should use my flaxseed grinder every day…but I confess…I forget…sigh! Click (or cluck, hehe) here to read it: http://tinyurl.com/36f2qdf Grind flaxseed over your food, it’s really good for you…

Okay, zooming off to the eye doctor…ciaooooo!

1 Comment

  1. Yes, I agree that the article on omega-3 and bone loss could be relevant to myeloma people. I will start taking some supplements. I don’t see how it could hurt.

    The Science Daily website looks like a very good one, and I will start reading it more.

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