-3 fatty acid supplement use in the 45 and Up Study Cohort

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BMJ Group
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Journal article
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Adams, Jon et al. 2013, '-3 fatty acid supplement use in the 45 and Up Study Cohort', BMJ Open, vol. 2013, no. 3, pp. e002292-1-e002292-7.
Issue Date:
2013
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Objective: There has been a dramatic increase in the use of dietary supplements in Western societies over the past decades. Our understanding of the prevalence of O-3 fatty acid supplement consumption is of significance for future nutrition planning, health promotion and care delivery. However, we know little about O-3 fatty acid supplement consumption or users. This paper, drawing upon the largest dataset with regard to O-3 fatty acid supplement use (n=266 848), examines the use and users of this supplement among a large sample of older Australians living in New South Wales.
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