Trans fats linked with aggression, new study shows

Posted on March 14, 2012 by


This study by the University of California San Diego provides the first evidence linking dTFA (Dietary trans fatty acids) with behavioral irritability and aggression. Factors including strength and consistency of association, biological gradient, temporality, and biological plausibility add weight to the prospect of a causal connection in this observational study.

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