High fructose intake often leads to insulin resistance in the liver and the brain resulting in health complications such as metabolic disorders and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Fish oil has been shown to maintain insulin signaling in the brain and may decrease NAFLD. This review looks at the known mechanisms of fish oil in metabolic pathways and potential prevention of disease through diet

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