Omega-3 Protocol for Brain Health
If you are concerned that a concussion injury has occurred, please seek medical attention immediately as head injuries can be life threatening.
There is no known treatment or cure for brain injury. In addition to traditional treatment under the direction of a competent healthcare provider, the Omega-3 Protocol for Brain Health may be invaluable for the management and recovery following an injury to the brain. Omega-3s are essential to the development of the human brain.
Providing omega-3s after an injury may help provide the nutritional foundation for the brain to begin the healing process itself. Omega-3s are nutrition, not a drug or a cure for TBI/concussions.
This protocol has not been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration. The FDA has classified omega-3 fatty acids as “generally recognized as safe” (GRAS). In fact, The FDA has ruled that up to 3 grams of EPA+DHA is safe to be included in the food supply of Americans without fear of adverse events. In addition, there are no known significant drug interactions with omega-3 fatty acids. When using higher amounts of EPA and DHA, it is important for persons considering doing this protocol to do so under the supervision of a healthcare provider.
Following the protocol does not constitute a doctor-patient relationship with any member of the Brain Health Education & Research Institute or the Institute itself. It does not imply, explicitly or implicitly our knowledge about your condition or that any member of the Institute is treating any medical condition for you.
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