When it comes to autism, there is still no clear clarification as to whether fish oil is beneficial for treating associated symptoms for autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

However, for many years now there have been persistent rumblings – both anecdotal and from several research studies – supporting the use of fish oils for ASD.

In part, the issue is that many of the studies have involved small groups of participants and are too short in duration. Several have been multi-functional as well, with inadequate focus and clarification on certain specifics.

Nevertheless, there is an enduring glimmer that points to the potential benefits of fish oil in some of this research, and there is undoubtedly enough testimony to warrant further, more in-depth investigation.

Read on to learn more.