Boosting omega-3 production could help cut chronic inflammation and fatty liver disease

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A new study from researchers at Laval University in Quebec, Canada, shows that genetically increasing omega-3 fatty acid production, without direct gut microbiota contact, improves the balance of insulin and glucagon (glucose balance) in obese mice.

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