Reuters blatantly lies about Omega-3 study to disparage nutrition and deceive readers

(NaturalNews) After a new scientific study found that omega-3’s helped prevent brain shrinkage during aging, a Reuters reporter named Shereen Jegtvig decided she didn\’t like what the study said. So she wrote a headline stating precisely the opposite of what the study found, and Reuters published it. The new Reuters headline, emblazoned across hundreds of websites, reads, \”Omega-3 intake linked to signs of brain aging.”

The headline is, of course, a total lie. Omega-3 intake is actually linked to a reduction of the signs of brain aging…

via Reuters blatantly lies about Omega-3 study to disparage nutrition and deceive readers.

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