I recommend this paper
While this paper is definitely of interest, I found some fault with their treatment of amyloid theory.
The authors note in the abstract that they significnatly reduced "total amyloid," but they do not note that insoluble amyloid was not significantly reduced. There was a modest decline seen when the data was taken in aggregate, but the p value was .50, ten times the probability due to chance that is acceptable to report a finding. Thus, it should have been emphasized that the decrease in amyloid plaque had a relationship only to insoluble beta-amyloid, and not soluble beta-amyloid.
Otherwise, a false impression is given that the accumulation of beta-amyloid per se is what is driving the formation of plaques, rather than considering that DHA might be mitigating the formation of plaques from the beta-amyloid through a mechanism other than the mere production of beta-amyloid.
As I point out in my latest article
, this group showed last year that DHA-deficiency appears to contribute to insulin resistance...