The reports were created with the help of GOED’s Clinical Study Database (CSD), a powerful tool GOED developed to organise all human clinical studies
To better illuminate the correlation between EPA and DHA omega-3s and skin health, the Global Organisation for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED) has compiled two comprehensive scientific reports, one on dermatitis and one on psoriasis. The reports represent an effort to highlight the body of evidence around EPA and DHA and specific skin health outcomes.
The reports were created with the help of GOED’s Clinical Study Database (CSD), a powerful tool GOED developed to organise all human clinical studies related to EPA and DHA omega-3s. Both reports offer valuable insights, including the background of the conditions, the number and type of articles published, commonly found biomarkers, key influencers in the field and suggested next research steps.
The reports are now available for sale on the GOED website for $99. GOED members have free access to the report.
GOED represents the worldwide EPA and DHA omega-3 industry, with a mission to increase consumption of EPA and DHA omega-3s around the world.
The membership is built on a quality standard unparalleled in the market and members must comply with quality and ethics guidelines that ensure members produce quality products that consumers can trust. The 180+ members represent the entire supply chain of EPA and DHA omega-3s, from fisheries and crude oil suppliers to refiners, concentrators and finished product brands.